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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Four prominent attorneys at Portland-based Ball Janik left to form a new firm.

Three partners in the firm's Portland office and a fourth attorney in the firm's Bend office announced Monday they are forming a new firm. Dina Alexander, Barbara Radler, Tim Parks and Steve Hultberg – all real estate and land-use specialists, are joining with another Ball Janik alum, Christe White, in the new Portland boutique, Radler White Parks & Alexander.

A number of other lawyers have also left the firm in recent months, though it's unclear how many.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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