News & Articles - Attorney Category: Retired

Industry legal news, announcements from the Hershner Hunter team, and more.

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Arthur J. Clark

Art retired on December 31, 2023 after 45 years of practice with the firm. Art was a trusted advisor to many prominent Oregon businesses, working with clients on a wide range of business matters, including real estate, financing, mergers and acquisitions, and other business transactions, as well as entity organization and planning. Art had particular… Read more »

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K. Patrick Neill

Pat retired from Hershner Hunter in June 2019 after more than forty years as a partner, litigator and respected colleague. During the last sixteen of those years, Pat served as the firm’s managing partner. In that role, he successfully led the firm with the same measured wisdom and steady hand that served him so well… Read more »

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Craig A. Smith

Craig retired on December 31, 2017, after 43 years of practice with the firm. He began his legal career as a judicial clerk for the Oregon Supreme Court in 1972. At Hershner Hunter, Craig built his practice around representation of a wide array of healthcare providers, particularly hospital-based physician groups and large multi-specialty groups. The… Read more »

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Paul V. Vaughan

A partner with Hershner Hunter for more than 30 years, Paul’s practice focused on real estate, business transactions, and land use. With his wealth of experience, Paul assisted businesses and individuals in a wide variety of transactions, including real estate and business sales and acquisitions, leasing, financing, and construction contracting. He also advised property owners… Read more »

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Patrick W. Wade

Pat’s experience of more than 30 years has focused on representing all types of creditors in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts, as well as negotiating workouts outside of litigation. Pat has devoted substantial time to professional organizations throughout his career, including serving for many years as a member and chair of both the executive and… Read more »

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