Cable Huston Ranked in 2022 Best Law Firms List

Fri 19 Nov, 2021 / by / General

Cable Huston is pleased to announce that it received the following rankings in the 2022 U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms”: Metropolitan Tier 1     Portland-OR Environmental Law Litigation – Environmental Natural Resources Law Metropolitan Tier 2     Portland-OR Employment Law – Management Energy Law Litigation – Construction Real Estate Law Trusts & Estates Law Water Law Metropolitan Tier 3     Portland-OR Commercial Litigation

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Nine Cable Huston Attorneys Recognized in Best Lawyers in America 2022 Edition

Fri 20 Aug, 2021 / by / General

Seven Cable Huston attorneys have been named to the 2022 Best Lawyers in America list, and two have been designated as 2022 Best Lawyers:  Ones to Watch.  Recognition in Best Lawyers publication is based entirely on peer review.    The following Cable Huston lawyers were named to the 2022 Best Lawyers in America list: Gretchen S. Barnes – Real Estate Law Thomas M. Grim – Energy Law G. Kevin Kiely – Commercial Litigation Litigation – Construction Litigation …

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Cable Huston Welcomes New Associate Brian Epley

Tue 20 Jul, 2021 / by / General

Cable Huston is pleased to welcome Brian Epley to the firm as an associate.  Brian joins our litigation group and focuses his practice on commercial litigation, real estate litigation and environmental litigation.  He also counsels clients on risk management strategies to avoid litigation.  Brian has experience handling all aspects of litigation proceedings from inception to resolution, including requests for injunctive relief, motions practice, discovery, depositions, trial, and appeal.

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Cable Huston is a Proud Sponsor of Nevertheless, They Persisted

Fri 5 Mar, 2021 / by / General

Cable Huston LLP is a proud sponsor of The Oregon Historical Society’s Nevertheless, They Persisted: Women’s Voting Rights and the 19th Amendment. This exhibit will show the many ways Oregon history connects to the national history of woman suffrage and to the complex history of democracy in the United States.  https://www.ohs.org/museum/exhibits/nevertheless-they-persisted.cfm

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