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Areas of Practice


Litigation

When individuals, businesses, or high ranking professionals turn to Lynch Conger McLane, LLP for help in the resolution of conflicts, the firm’s litigation attorneys work individually and collectively in a concerted effort to assess and identify the client’s goals, and to develop a strategy to accomplish those goals. It is a collaborative effort with the client and one that should always consider alternatives, and the costs and consequences of the same. Our goal is always to achieve the best possible result for our clients which means a resolution that is timely and cost efficient.

We are assertive and effective advocates for our clients, with a strong reputation for credibility earned by our long histories before state and federal judges, and local arbitrators and mediators. We believe in practical, common sense, and cost-effective solutions to client problems. Though we seek opportunities for creative settlements, we believe that our willingness and ability to successfully try and win cases makes favorable resolution more likely.

Areas of Practice:

Our attorneys have litigation experience in several local and Northwest industries, including:

  • Banking
  • Investment securities
  • Financial services
  • Manufacturing
  • Forest products
  • Hospital and healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Real estate
  • Construction
  • Education

And, we are proud to have played a part in some of the most significant cases in our region. Attorney Greg Lynch wrote the amicus brief for the Physicians for Compassionate Care in the U.S. Supreme Court in the assisted-suicide case of Gonzales v. Oregon., and obtained for a local rancher, the largest jury verdict ever rendered in an Animal Abuse case.

We understand the complexities of litigation, and provide our clients with strategic litigation counsel. We can and will help with issues, claims and conflicts, no matter how great or small. Simply stated, we care about our clients and the successful resolution of their problems is our first concern.