David Bean Selected as Arbitrator for Clackamas County

David Bean has had the honor of being selected to serve as an arbitrator for Clackamas County. According to Clackamas County Circuit Court Judge, Hon. Susie L. Norby, David was selected because of his legal experience, his consistency in meeting deadlines and following procedural rules, and his noted professionalism.
Congratulations David!

Wyse Kadish Runs for a Cause

Wyse Kadish attorneys and staff participated in the annual Race for Justice hosted by St. Andrew Legal Clinic on June 15th. The race raised over $100,000 in net proceeds that will go directly towards programs at their firm! St. Andrew Legal Clinic is a public interest law firm dedicated to helping low-income families with […]

Maxine Tuan Wins MBA Merit Award

Maxine Tuan is the Multnomah Bar Association’s 2019 YLS Award of Merit winner. The Award of Merit is given to recognize those who make significant contributions to the mission of promoting justice through service, education, or leadership to the MBA, legal profession, or community. Maxine was presented with the award at the May 14th annual […]

David Bean Joins MBA Board of Directors

David Bean of Wyse Kadish has joined the Multnomah Bar Associations Board of Directors. The MBA is the oldest and largest voluntary bar association in Oregon, with more than 4,000 members. David has been elected to serve a three year term as a director and is currently also serving on the Court Liaison Committee. Congratulations […]

Maxine Tuan Presenting at Professionalism and Diversity in Family Law CLE

Maxine Tuan will be a panelist at the upcoming CLE “The Intersection of Professionalism and Diversity in Family Law.” The panelist will be discussing best practices for diversity and inclusion, combating bias, and sharing their experiences working in family law. This free event is hosted by the MBA Professionalism Committee and will be taking place […]

WK Attorney Kristen Chambers Writes for Elder Law Newsletter

Our very own Kristen Chambers discusses the different options for inherited IRAs for spouse and non-spouse beneficiaries in her article Options for IRA Beneficiaries.
You can find Kristen’s article here on page 5 of the Elder Law Newsletter. To learn more about elder law visit the Oregon State Bar’s elder law section here.

A Smashing Good Time at the 17th Annual WinterSmash

Wyse Kadish attorneys, staff, and their family members showed off their bowling skills at The MBA Board of Directors’ 17th annual WinterSmash earlier this month. Our firm participated as a “fun sponsor” for the event that benefits Multnomah CourtCare. At the end of the event, our bowling group took home “The Big Lebowski” award for […]

Wyse Kadish Sponsors Lewis & Clark Law School PILP Auction

Wyse Kadish is pleased to sponsor the Lewis and Clark Law School Public Interest Law Project (PILP) auction on February 23, 2019.  The PILP auction raises funds to help provide stipends to law students who want to work for non-profits and other public interest organizations. More information on the PILP auction can be found here:

David Bean Speaks at OACP Panel

Wyse Kadish attorney David Bean participated as part of a panel for Oregon Association of Collaborative Professionals earlier this month with Tonya Alexander and CPA Aaron Eichenbaum. The topic of discussion was, “What do we do now? Spousal support under the new federal tax law.” Along with other panelists, David discussed how to re-think the […]

Wyse Kadish Welcomes Kori Walton

Wyse Kadish would like to welcome Kori Walton to the firm. Kori joins the estate planning and administration group, adding to the talented and knowledgeable individuals who excel at working together. Prior to joining Wyse Kadish, Kori practiced with the firm Vial Fotheringham in Lake Oswego, OR. Welcome, Kori!

Wyse Kadish Attends Homeless Youth Law Clinic Event

Members of Wyse Kadish and their families showed their support for the Homeless Youth Law Clinic on December 9th by donating their time, supplies, and funds for street kits to be given out to HYLC’s homeless clients.  A big thank you to the firm and its attorneys and staff for their participation and donations.