Back Issues: December 5, 2011
Klinger focuses on business formation and transactions with extensive experience in real estate-related acquisitions, sales, property management, leasing, and secured financing. He is a frequent contributor to the firm’s real estate development blog, From the Ground Up.
Nisle is a partner in the tax group and focuses his practice primarily on business transactions and tax law, with an emphasis on partnership and corporate tax, state and local taxation, international taxation, executive compensation, and tax incentives related to energy and affordable housing. Nisle is a longtime Vancouver resident and splits time between the firm’s Vancouver and Portland offices, servicing clients on both sides of the state line.
Williams focuses her practice in general business and corporate law, with a particular emphasis on formation, mergers and acquisitions, governance and other general business transactions.
Miller Nash serves a wide range of leading businesses, nonprofit organizations, public entities, and individuals, and the firm also does pro bono representation. The firm’s clients operate in a variety of significant industries, including banking, biotech, construction, energy, food production, forest products, government, healthcare, higher education, intellectual property, manufacturing, real estate, securities, and technology. More information is available at www.millernash.com.
Reps. Ed Orcutt and Ann Rivers invite their 18th District constituents to participate in a telephone town hall meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 7. The event, with a format similar to a call-in radio show, will begin at 6:25 p.m. and run for one hour. Participants may call 1-877-229-8493 and enter 15498 to join in. “This is an opportunity for everyone to come together to discuss the economy, budget and other issues impacting our communities. While we wish we could host a traditional town hall meeting, this is a convenient alternative given the special session,” says Rivers, R-La Center. “We look forward to answering questions and exchanging ideas.” For more information, Orcutt may be contacted at 360-786-7812 or email@example.com. Rivers may be reached at 360-786-7850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Thief at Heart, the self-styled rock-and-soul band, has played 18 shows in seven Northwest cities, and this week it will perform at downtown Vancouver’s Pop Culture, 1929 Main St., on Thursday, Dec. 8. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., and there is a cover charge of $7. Signed editions of the band’s EP will be available for $5. For more information, visit www.athiefatheart.com or contact Trevor Scott at email@example.com.