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Lane Powell is pleased to welcome Joe Woods as the firm’s Chief Operating Officer. He will serve as an integral part of the management team, developing and implementing the firm’s strategic plan and growth strategy while driving business operations. Woods plays a critical role in furthering Lane Powell’s longstanding commitment to excellence and positioning the firm for continued success in the industry.
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Lane Powell is proud to announce the launch of Target Letter, a blog focused on developments in investigations, compliance and enforcement. The blog is a resource for those who are in need of practical information and valuable insights covering a broad range of government investigations, and state and federal criminal and civil proceedings. Of particular focus are white collar issues related to healthcare, government contracting, technology, money laundering, corruption, and fraud and enforcement developments in the Pacific Northwest.
Emily Maass has joined Lane Powell’s Portland office as an Associate on the Corporate, Securities and M&A Team. Maass advises businesses, boards of directors and nonprofit organizations on corporate governance, state and federal regulatory compliance, annual shareholder and board meeting preparation, and corporate financing.
Lane Powell is pleased to announce that seven attorneys from its Portland and Seattle offices have been elected shareholders of the firm, effective January 1, 2018. Lane Powell President Chuck Riley states “We are fortunate to have an extremely talented team of attorneys here at Lane Powell and we are truly excited about what each of these new shareholders will contribute to our future.”