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Liani J. Reeves Joins Bullard Law

May 22, 2015

Firm adds experienced litigator to continue recent growth. 

PORTLAND, OR. – Bullard Law is pleased to announce the addition of Liani Reeves to the firm’s team, which focuses exclusively on advising and representing employers in labor, employment law and employee benefits matters.  Throughout her legal career, Liani successfully resolved hundreds of cases and obtained favorable jury verdicts for the State of Oregon.  She also has a diverse portfolio of employment defense experience in defending against race, gender, age, and disability discrimination claims, as well as OFLA, FMLA, and whistleblowing and retaliation claims.

She joins Bullard after serving as Chief legal advisor to Governor John A. Kitzhaber, M.D. and the Governor’s Office staff from February 2011 to February 2015.  Prior to that service, Liani was a trial attorney for the Oregon Department of Justice.  Liani received her law degree and undergraduate degree from Willamette University. 

Firm President Fran Barnwell commented: “We are delighted with this development.  We appreciate Liani’s skills and passion for helping employers navigate the litigation process, and if possible, avoid litigation.  We enthusiastically welcome the personal dimensions as well as the professional capacities which she brings to our firm.”

Founded in 1977 in Portland, Oregon, Bullard Law is one of the premier management labor and employment law firms in the Pacific Northwest . The firm has served more than 5,000 clients throughout Oregon in both the private and public sectors. The firm is also Oregon's exclusive member of the Worklaw ® Network – an international network of independent law firms focused exclusively on representing management in labor, employment law and employee benefits matters.  The firm’s representation of employers includes primary areas of concentration in public and private sector labor contract negotiation and labor contract administration, employment litigation, wage and hour, leave laws and disability law, and personnel policies and practices.
 
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