As part of our Firm-wide effort to give back to our community, Reinisch Wilson Weier attorneys, staff, family and clients volunteered Friday, February 9, 2018, at Night to Shine, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation (a former NFL player), an event that provides a prom-night experience for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. The […]
Shareholder Brian Solodky opines that technology will not match an experienced attorney in the practice of law. In the February 2, 2018, Portland Business Journal article, “Oregon law firms grow business, but not jobs,” Brian said, “There have been reports of computer programs employing artificial intelligence to complete tasks traditionally performed by attorneys. While I […]
Beginning in June 2017, Rising Medical Solutions invited the workers’ compensation industry to take the company’s annual benchmark study survey. Rising has published the report. Click here to read the 3-year evaluation of industry best practices.
Members of the Portland office donated clothes and blankets during December 2017 to help the Janus Youth Programs. Janus Youth Programs serves over 6,000 children, youth and families every year in Oregon and Southwest Washington. A network of 40 programs includes services for runaway, homeless and sex trafficked youth; residential programs for abused youth; services […]
Reinisch Wilson Weier PC is pleased to announce the Basic Oregon Workers’ Compensation Certification Course, previously led by Jerry Keene at OWCI, will transition to the Firm in 2018 “After 26 satisfying years of teaching and learning in return, I am announcing my retirement from the Basic Workers’ Compensation certification program, which will now […]
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