PORTLAND, OR, and VANCOUVER, WA – Five Jordan Ramis PC attorneys have been recognized on the 2016 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars listings. The publication lists outstanding lawyers in each state who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. “We are pleased to have multiple attorneys listed by Super Lawyers in Oregon and Washington,” says managing shareholder Chris Reive. “This recognition demonstrates the outstanding and professional work our lawyers do every day to achieve great results for our clients.”
Attorney Tim Ramis has been listed in 2016 Oregon Super Lawyers for his land use and zoning work. This is Ramis’s eleventh consecutive year being listed.
Attorney Chris Reive has been listed in 2016 Oregon Super Lawyers for his environmental work. This is Reive’s seventh consecutive year being listed.
Attorney Tegan Schlatter has been selected to the 2016 Oregon Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for litigation. This is Schlatter’s third consecutive year being listed.
Attorney Jacob Zahniser has been selected to the 2016 Oregon Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for construction litigation. This is Zahniser’s third consecutive year being listed.
Attorney Shelly Damore has been selected to the 2016 Washington Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for civil litigation. This is her second consecutive year being listed in Washington. Damore was on the Oregon Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for seven consecutive years.
No more than 5 percent of lawyers are listed in Super Lawyers, and no more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in each state are named as Rising Stars. To be eligible for inclusion as a Rising Star, a candidate must be either 40 years old and younger or in practice for 10 years or less.
Jordan Ramis PC (www.jordanramis.com) was established in 1963 and has offices in Oregon and Washington. Jordan Ramis represents clients throughout the western United States in business law, local government law, litigation and dispute resolution, and Dirt Law® (real estate, environmental, land use, and construction law).