Jordan Ramis welcomes Rabbino and Guess
Jordan Ramis PC, Attorneys at Law, has added two new attorneys, David Rabbino and Andrew Guess.
With more than 25 years of environmental law and litigation experience, Rabbino focuses much of his practice in the redevelopment of contaminated real property known as brownfields. He also advises clients on various financial tools available to fund brownfield projects, as well as permitting requirements and land use issues associated with such projects. He also has experience in land-use law, sustainable energy, negotiating power purchase agreements and contracts related to the financing of renewable energy systems. Prior to entering private practice, Rabbino worked for 11 years as an enforcement attorney for the Environmental Protection Agency, where he was instrumental in the development of national policy on Superfund issues.
Guess relocated from California to join Jordan Ramis Dirt Law team. He focuses on surety and construction litigation. His practice is guided by his experience as a construction project engineer where, prior to earning his juris doctor degree from the University of California, Hastings College of Law, he helped manage the development and construction of large-scale, multi-family housing in San Francisco and Oakland. While working in this capacity, Guess received his Master of Science in construction management from California State University, East Bay. This training and experience provides Guess a distinctive view of construction disputes.
Jordan Ramis PC was established in 1963, and has offices in Oregon and Washington. Learn more online at jordanramis.com.
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