Ball Janik’s construction litigation department’s team approach enables us to resolve our clients’ issues quickly and efficiently.
Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) September 22, 2016
Ball Janik LLP added Anthony Blake as an associate in its Construction and Litigation practice groups. Anthony will represent residential and commercial owners in construction defect claims of all types.
Before joining Ball Janik, Mr. Blake served as a law clerk, working on various litigation matters, including analysis of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the impact of administrative dissolution on a LLC’s membership units, and school district negligence. During law school, Mr. Blake served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Ann Aiken, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court of Oregon.
Outside of the office, Mr. Blake is a dedicated member of the community and volunteers with several organizations, including St. Andrew Nativity School and Lewis & Clark’s Black Law Student Association. In his spare time, he enjoys listening to audio books, challenging workouts, and music.
About Ball Janik LLP
Ball Janik LLP is a Pacific Northwest law firm headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with offices in Orlando, Florida and Salt Lake City, Utah. For over thirty years, Ball Janik LLP has been providing outstanding legal services in the areas of bankruptcy and creditor rights, commercial litigation, construction and design, construction litigation, employment, real estate and land use, insurance recovery for policyholders, and securities litigation.
Ball Janik LLP represents large and small businesses; state, municipal and local governments; associations; schools and universities; and individuals. Ball Janik LLP provides clients an aggressive, skilled, team approach to solve problems and achieve results. Ball Janik LLP has been recognized by Chambers USA, U.S. News – Best Lawyers®, The Best Lawyers in America®, and Corporate International. Ball Janik LLP’s success and integrity have repeatedly made it one of Oregon’s “Most Admired Professional Firms,” according to the Portland Business Journal’s survey results of CEOs throughout the region.