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Assisted Living Locators opens doors

Peter Wilhelm has opened Assisted Living Locators, providing advice and compassionate guidance on long-term, in-home care, assisted living, memory care and retirement apartments at no cost to seniors or their families. The business was launched in November and serves the communities of southwest Portland, Lake Oswego, West Linn, Beaverton, Tigard, Sherwood and Newberg.

To contact Wilhelm, call 503-610-9226 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Schlatter

Schlatter appointed secretary of OSB

Jordan Ramis Attorney Tegan Schlatter has been appointed secretary of the Oregon State Bar Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Section. Her year-long position will begin Jan. 1, 2016.

The ADR provides its members with information about new laws and works through the Oregon State Bar to give input on bills concerning the Oregon legislature. As secretary, Schlatter will assist in the organization and communication of the ADR Section's responsibilities.

Schlatter's practice focuses on commercial litigation and construction. She also has experience in business disputes, creditors' rights and bankruptcy, insurance coverage and defense and real estate litigation.

Bachofner

Bachofner elected to Board of Governors

Jordan Ramis PC shareholder John R. Bachofner has been elected to the Oregon State Bar's Board of Governors, and will chair the Litigation Section of the Bar. Beginning Jan. 1, 2016, he will serve as the Board's out-of-state region member for four years and as the Litigation Section Chair for one year.

The Board of Governors is the regulating body for lawyers admitted to practice law in Oregon. The governors' responsibilities include determining general policies for Oregon attorneys, advancing the science of jurisprudence, improvement of the administration of justice and approving the Oregon State Bar's budget each year.

Bachofner has volunteered in many capacities for the Oregon State Bar. He has been an elected member of the OSB House of Delegates since 2000, and has chaired and served on various task forces and committees. In 1994, he received the President's Public Service Award from the OSB.

Bachofner focuses his practice on litigation and jury trials, involving business, insurance coverage and bankruptcy and creditors' rights. He is a member of the Board of Directors for Jordan Ramis PC, has practiced for more than 20 years and is AV Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the organization's highest rating.

Accent Lighting to open Central Oregon showroom in January

Lake Oswego-based Accent Lighting will open a showroom in downtown Redmond in January 2016. To celebrate the opening several events will be held throughout February, as well as opportunities for builders and interior designers to earn free continuing education units (CEUs).

“We’re a small company but that makes us more flexible and adaptable,” said Bob Warmbold, founder of Accent Lighting. “The new location in Redmond will give people in Central Oregon access to a wide range of contemporary lighting solutions and ideas, along with expert advice from a professional, passionate staff. We intend to stay true to the values that have made the Lake Oswego location so successful for two decades.”

Since opening in 1996, Warmbold has made customer service, education and networking the pillars of his business. He credits the superior knowledge and training of his staff with getting the company through the darkest days of the recession. According to Warmbold, training never stops at Accent Lighting. There are always new products entering the market, and the needs and expectations of consumers are continuously shifting. Staff members work as a team to ensure everyone is up to speed on the latest innovations.

Accent Lighting is the only showroom in the state to employ American Lighting Association-Certified Lighting Consultants, providing customers with the highest level of expertise in all aspects of residential lighting design.

For more information, visit accentlighting.com or call 503-699-9995.