Jordan Ramis pc. Attorneys at law
Jordan Ramis PC Elects Two New Shareholders
January 27, 2011
Lake Oswego, OR... Jordan Ramis PC, Attorneys at Law, named one of the Portland Business Journal's Most Admired Companies and Oregon Business Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For, is pleased to announce that attorneys Kathleen M. Bertero and John J. Hickey have been elected shareholders of the firm.

Kathleen Bertero handles corporate and other business transactions, probate, estate planning, employment, and stock and asset purchase matters.

Bertero earned her B.A. from the University of Oregon and her J.D. from Loyola Law School.
John Hickey is one of Jordan Ramis PC's dual-professional attorneys. Hickey is a licensed civil engineer in Massachusetts and brings a wealth of practical engineering and construction to his legal practice. Hickey's practice focuses on construction law, design professional liability, and litigation.

Hickey earned his B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Massachusetts and his J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law.

Environmental Engineering from the University of Massachusetts and his J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law.

"We are very pleased to welcome Kathleen and John to the ownership at Jordan Ramis," said managing shareholder Steve Shropshire. "Each of these individuals brings strong experience and expertise in the areas in which they practice and we look forward to their continued growth at the firm."

Jordan Ramis PC (www.jordanramis.com) was established in 1963 and has offices in Oregon and Washington. The firm has been named one of Oregon's 100 Best Places to Work for 2011, the seventh time it has appeared on the Oregon Business Magazine list. The firm was also recognized as one of the 20 Best Places to Work by Portland Monthly (2006) and as one of the Portland Business Journal's Most Admired Companies (2008). Jordan Ramis represents clients throughout the western United States in business, government, and Dirt Law® (real estate, environment, land use, and construction).