Epstein Becker Green’s addition of a six-attorney health care team in Portland, Oregon, was featured in the Portland Business Journal, in “National Law Firm Epstein Becker Green Opens Portland Office.” EBG’s expansion into Portland reflects the firm’s growth beyond its East Coast roots and long-term California presence into markets where its commitment to the intersection of health care and labor and employment can flourish.

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Epstein Becker Green, P.C., a national law firm with offices around the country, is planting a flag in Portland and has hired six attorneys from Lewis Brisbois.

Those attorneys specialize in health care, labor and employment law. The team consists of members Eric Neiman, Sharon Peters, Emma Pelkey and associates William Stinman, Eric Werner and Rachel Grey.

“We have long looked for lawyers that fit our profile who are health care specialists and have strong client relationships and are well known in one or more areas of health care law,” said Mark Lutes, chair of EBG’s board of directors.

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