Portland Office

​Orrick’s Portland office is home to members of the Public Finance, Tax and Indian Tribal Finance practices. Lawyers in the Portland office represent clients in a wide range of public and project finance matters including the financing of health care, senior living, housing, education, energy and infrastructure, transportation and economic development facilities. We serve as counsel to state and local governments and Native American tribes regionally and across the United States, and to financial institutions and investment banks doing business with State and local governments, non-profit institutions and with tribal government and enterprises.

The Portland office also offers intellectual property counseling and litigation services, including U.S. and international trademark and copyright counseling and prosecution, branding, and conflict resolution.  In addition, lawyers in the Portland office represent sponsors and developers in the construction and term loan financing of renewable, gas-fired and other energy and infrastructure projects throughout the United States.

In conjunction with Orrick’s wholly owned subsidiary, BLX Group, we also are a leader in helping clients and other municipal market participants with post-issuance compliance and enforcement issues, including arbitrage rebate, continuing disclosure, swap monitoring, SEC investigations, IRS audits, defaults, distressed debt and other workouts.

Across the firm, seamless client service is Orrick’s number one goal. When needed, our Portland lawyers can call on the substantial resources of Orrick’s other U.S., European and Asian offices to provide clients with the kind of comprehensive experience and support they need for their domestic and international transactions, dispute resolution and litigation.

Office Address
1120 NW Couch St.
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97209
United States

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