Harrang Long Gary Rudnick, P. C.
Equitable Center
530 Center Street, Suite 725
Salem, OR 97301
www.harrang.com

Phone: 503 242 0000

Firm Profile
Founded in 1957, Harrang Long Gary Rudnick P.C. is an Oregon-based law firm with over 20 attorneys located in the firm’s offices in Portland, Eugene, and Salem. The firm’s experienced attorneys provide solid, proficient counsel to highly diverse clientele including large, multinational corporations and regional and local closely held businesses. The firm provides professional legal services within, but not limited to, the following areas: Administrative; Appellate; Arbitration/Mediation; Business; Labor and Employment; Health Care Law; Insurance; Intellectual Property; Legislative; and Litigation. The firm represents its clients at all stages of litigation and in all legal venues, appearing before trial and appellate courts, arbitrators, mediators and administrative agencies. Its attorneys handle matters ranging from complex business transactions and disputes, to employment matters and defense of liability claims. The firm’s comprehensive services also feature alternative dispute resolution and legislative and government relations.

Practice Areas
Appellate Law
Business & Commercial Litigation
Business & Corporate Law
Civil Rights & Other Tort Claim Defense & Litigation
Construction Law & Litigation
Ethics in Government
Government Law & Legislative Affairs


Health Care Industry Law
Higher Education
Indian Law & Policy
Insurance Law
Intellectual Property
Labor & Employment Law
Legal & Judicial Ethics


Mediation & Arbitration
Nonprofit Law & Organizations
Oregon Public Records Law
Products Liability Defense Litigation
Professional Liability Defense & Litigation
Regulatory (Administrative) Law, Compliance & Proceedings

News
June 2019: Oregon member firm Harrang Long Gary Rudnick shareholder and chairman William Gary will be one of the speakers on Thursday, June 27, at 7:00 p.m. at the U.S. District Court of Oregon Historical Society’s latest “Famous Cases” lecture series entitled Wild Wild History: The Rise and Fall of Rajneeshpuram. Leading advocates on both sides of the Rajneeshpuram episode will address issues that continue to reverberate today. Three speakers made prominent appearances in the highly acclaimed Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country. Mr. Gary, who was deputy attorney general in the Oregon Department of Justice at the time, was featured in the six-part documentary series, which chronicled the fascinating story of the rise and fall of Rajneeshpuram, who during the 1980s were implicated in the poisoning and harassment of local citizens, attempted assassinations of law enforcement leaders and state politicians, and other serious crimes. For more information about the docuseries, watch the trailer.

February 2019: Randy Geller, Shari Lane, and Aaron Landau have been named shareholders at Oregon member firm Harrang Long Gary Rudnick. Mr. Geller, who formerly served as general counsel at the University of Oregon, advises educational institutions ranging from small religious colleges to major public universities and school districts. He is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Law. Ms. Lane has over fifteen years’ experience helping business owners, managers and human resources professionals navigate federal, state, and local labor and employment laws. She received her J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law School. Finally, Aaron Landau, who has been recognized as a Super Lawyers® “rising star” since 2019, represents public and private clients in appellate matters, with a focus on constitutional issues and public law. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Law, where he also served as managing editor of the Oregon Law Review.

October 2018: Jennie Bricker and Lisa Hardie have joined Oregon member firm Harrang Long Gary Rudnick as of counsel, where they will lead the launch of the firm’s energy and natural resources practice. Ms. Bricker brings 20 years of experience as a natural resources lawyer. A graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School, she clerked for the late Judge Otto Skopil of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and went on to practice real estate and natural resources law, developing expertise in waterway navigability, water rights, permitting, and property boundaries. Ms. Hardie has approximately 20 years of experience as an energy lawyer. After graduating from the University of Texas School of Law, she worked at large firms in Texas, Washington, and Oregon, where she assisted energy clients with issues including retail deregulation, regulatory compliance, and complex energy litigation and appeals. Two years ago, she was appointed by Governor Kate Brown to chair the Public Utility Commission of Oregon and served in that position until earlier this year. Ms. Hardie will assist clients with litigation, regulatory compliance, and energy policy issues.