The Salem law firm of Garrett Hemann Robertson P.C. is
pleased to announce that four of its attorneys – Ryan P. Hunt, Eric W.
Jamieson, Kelly D. Noor, and Lucas W. Reese – have been named Shareholders
in the firm.
Ryan Hunt’s practice is focused on construction defect litigation, real
property litigation, business litigation, and land use law. He litigates
complex construction defect cases on behalf of school districts and
homeowners. He also represents contractors on claims of improper work and
for non-payment, and injured individuals in catastrophic injury cases. Prior
to joining the firm in 2007, Hunt practiced at an insurance defense firm,
and prosecuted misdemeanors for a local city. He holds a J.D. from
University of Oregon School of Law.
Eric Jamieson practices business and corporate law, tax law, and handles
real estate transactions and development. Jamieson provides effective
strategies for solving complex tax problems. His clients include businesses
and tax-exempt organizations, professionals, and individuals who seek
expertise in business acquisitions and sales, tax and succession planning,
entity formation, and real estate development. Jamieson belongs to the Salem
Area Chamber of Commerce and SEDCOR, and he volunteers his time to Habitat
for Humanity. He joined GHR in 2009, and holds a J.D. from University of
Montana School of Law and a master’s degree in tax law.
Kelly Noor is an experienced school law practitioner, representing school
districts, education service districts, and other public entities in all
areas, including human relations and employment, special education, student
issues, and public contracting matters. She represents clients at all
levels, both informally and in judicial and administrative forums. Noor is
involved in developing future attorneys as a coach of the West Salem High
School’s championship Mock Trial teams. She joined the firm in 2007, and
holds a J.D. from University of Utah.
Luke Reese consults with employers assisting them in avoiding disputes in
the areas of Employment Law and Human Resources Law. He represents public
and private entities in defending employment, tort, and civil rights
litigation. Reese has joined in his family’s long-standing commitment to the
Salem community and practicing law. He serves on the board of directors for
the Boys & Girls Club of Marion & Polk Counties and participates in the Teen
Court program. Reese joined the firm in 2007, and holds a J.D. from
Willamette University College of Law.
Founded in 1928, Garrett Hemann Robertson, P.C. is a full-service law firm
providing sophisticated legal solutions and services to clients in Oregon,
Washington, and beyond. GHR represents individuals, large and small
businesses, insurance companies, healthcare corporations, financial
institutions, educational districts, and public entities. For more
information, visit www.ghrlawyers.com or call 503.581.15