Chenoweth Law Group PC

The Portland, Oregon firm of Chenoweth Law Group represents clients throughout Washington, Oregon, and California and offers access to a group of highly skilled and tenacious lawyers.  We advise clients and resolve their disputes in the areas of business and corporate law, contract and commercial law, real estate and land use law, construction law, environmental law, employment law, insurance law, estate and trust matters, and mergers and acquisitions. We handle all types of cases from the very simple to the exceedingly complex, always bringing strategy to each situation to get the best results for businesses and individual clients.

Known for our client service and our can-do attitude Chenoweth Law Group represent clients in mediations, arbitrations, and trials and appeals in state and federal courts throughout the Pacific Northwest, including the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit and the Supreme Court of the United States. We attempt to resolve disputes by negotiation, but we back up our negotiations with being ready to take cases to trial or arbitration. 

For certain cases or phases of the litigation process, Chenoweth Law Group offers fixed-price and value-based fee arrangements, such as a success fee based on the outcome we achieve.  By providing litigation budgets or fixed fees, we can help you understand and control you legal costs.

With over ten attorneys Chenoweth Law Group is fully equipped to handle a variety of cases, including real estate agreements gone wrong, business partnership breakdowns, and almost any business dispute.  We seek to understand our clients and their businesses and build lasting relationships with them so they know they can count on us when the next problem arises.

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