Daniel L. Rowan Made Shareholder at Bullard Law
April 7, 2017
Portland, OR. - Bullard Law is pleased to announce that Daniel L. Rowan
became a shareholder in the firm. Dan joined Bullard Law in 2012 and is admitted to practice in Oregon. His practice focuses on traditional labor law. He frequently represents client during collective bargaining, labor arbitration, and unfair labor practices cases, and union representation. Dan also advises clients on a variety of labor and employment matters and leads training sessions for employers and industry groups.
Before starting his law career, Dan worked as a poker dealer for a few years after earning his undergraduate degree. Dan also took a position as a dealer supervisor at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, where Dan gained valuable management experience in what truly is a high-stakes environment. Dan’s experience in the poker world translates to his current practice by allowing Dan to evaluate challenging situations quickly and arrive at strategic solutions.
Dan graduated from University of Oklahoma (cum laude) in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Letters.
Dan joins the current partners at Bullard Law in one of the leading management labor, employment and benefits law firms in the Pacific Northwest. The firm has served more than 5,000 clients throughout the United States in both the private and public sectors. The firm is also Oregon's exclusive member of the Worklaw® Network – a nationwide network of independent law firms focused exclusively on representing management in labor, employment and benefits law.