Fun at Fete Locale

WK attorneys recently attended Neighborhood House’s Fete Locale where they ran into a friendly face.  Retired WK attorney Josh Kadish has been involved with Neighborhood House for many years and wouldn’t miss this year’s annual dinner and auction. To find out more about Neighborhood House and their local impact in our communities check out their

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Kristen Chambers’ Advice to Avoid Trouble

WK attorney Kristen Chambers was published in the April 2018 edition of the Elder Law Newsletter. Kristen focuses this article on trustees and how to stay out of trouble during a trust administration.  Read the whole article here. Thank you Kristen!

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WK’s David Bean Receives Award of Merit

Wyse Kadish Partner David Bean was selected for the prestigious Multnomah Bar Association’s Award of Merit.  The MBA Award of Merit is intended to recognize and honor those who have made significant recent contribution to the MBA’s mission of promoting justice through service, education, or leadership to the MBA, legal profession, or community. David was […]

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A Fond Farewell to Our Friend and Mentor

We at Wyse Kadish LLP extend our best wishes to our colleague Josh Kadish upon his retirement.  We thank him for his many years of service to our clients, the community, and the firm.
After attending Haverford College and Stanford Law School, Josh practiced for 37 years and received many accolades. He was named one […]

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Michael Licurse Presents to I.B.E.W. Local 48

For the fourth year in a row, WK attorney Michael Licurse recently spoke before a group of new electricians about business entities and construction liens at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 48 in Portland. Michael regularly represents various types of businesses and professionals, including those in the construction industry. 

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Campaign for Equal Justice – Justice Council Firm

Wyse Kadish is honored to be named a Justice Council Firm for the Campaign for Equal Justice’s 2017-2018 campaign. The CEJ raises funds to support statewide legal aid programs that provide competent legal representation for low-income and elderly Oregonians. The CEJ is an organization near and dear to Wyse Kadish’s values and mission – […]

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WinterSmash a Smash Success

WK Recently sponsored and attended the MBA Board of Directors 16th Annual WinterSmash bowling fundraiser. All proceeds benefited Multnomah CourtCare – an organization that provides free childcare in the downtown and East County courthouses while their parents attend to court matters. To find out more about CourtCare visit the website here.
Attorneys and staff […]

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Meagan Robbins Promoted to Partner

Wyse Kadish is proud to announce Meagan Robbins has been elected to partner of the firm in 2018! Meagan earned her J.D. from Lewis & Clark in 2011 and came to Wyse Kadish shortly after. Meagan has proven her dedication and compassion to clients and the firm since she joined in 2012.   Meagan has evolved […]

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A New Year and a New Attorney: Kristen Chambers

We’re celebrating a very happy New Year with a new team member in the Estate Planing and Administration Group.  Kristen Chambers comes to WK from Kirklin Thompson with years of litigation experience. Kristen is switching gears at Wyse Kadish and working with Katharine West, Michele Buck Romero, and Nikki Erickson in estate planning, probate, and […]

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WK’s David Bean Contributes to Continuing Legal Education Course

Wyse Kadish’s own David Bean was a key speaker at the Multnomah Bar Association’s continuing legal education course “The Robe as Sword and Shield: Part 2 – Family Law.”  This course boasted a panel of judges and local attorneys speaking on professionalism and civility in family law.  This was an interactive CLE where audience participation […]

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