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Barran Liebman is pleased to welcome Tyler Volm and Damien Munsinger as Associate Attorneys. Both Tyler and Damien represent employers and management in employment law litigation, and provide advice on a full range of employment law matters.
Tyler is a Director on the Multnomah Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section Board, and a volunteer attorney with the Lewis & Clark Small Business Legal Clinic. A Portland native, he earned his B.A. at the University of Oregon, and graduated cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School with a Business Law Certificate in 2008.
Prior to joining Barran Liebman, Damien worked as an Honors Attorney at the Oregon Department of Justice Trial and Civil Enforcement Divisions. He also served as former Attorney General John Kroger’s Special Assistant in 2010, coordinating with Oregon business leaders, attorneys, elected officials, and citizens on behalf of the Attorney General. Damien earned his J.D. at Lewis and Clark Law School, and his B.F.A. at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Barran Liebman is thrilled to add these two talented attorneys to the team.
About Barran Liebman
Barran Liebman LLP is a Portland-based law firm that focuses on management-side Employment, Labor & Benefits Law. Learn more at www.barran.com.
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