200 SW Market Street, Suite 1900
Portland, Oregon 97201
Partnership Is Our Business.
At Bullard Law, we take our relationships seriously. Representing companies in labor employment and employee benefit issues since 1977, we have a laser focus on what matters most to employers.
Labor law is at the heart of what we do. We recognize the many employers are facing increasing challenges from well-organized labor groups. Even if your organization is union-free, labor and employment concerns are issues you wrestle with every day. Our job it to protect you.
Our job is to partner with you to minimize your risk - so you can stay focused on your business. Through training and ongoing advice, we'll work with you to prevent employment issues from arising. But if they do, we have the problem solving and necessary litigation skills and experience you can count on.
We'll work hard to keep you out of court. But if litigation arises, we will be effective advocates and dependable partners. We've demonstrated our skills and experience with success in both state and federal courts, as well as in administrative agencies.
As a public employer, you have a myriad of complex regulations and procedures to deal with every day. We're here to ease the load. We have decades of experience counseling cities, counties, health and hospital districts, colleges, school boards, public safety agencies, and others.
We understand how complicated it can be to design, document, administer, and defend an employee benefits program that meets your business needs. Both public- and private-sector employers regularly depend on us to review and advise them about employee welfare benefit plans...
Employment Law Prop Bets ~ EEOC, OFCCP, Minimum Wage, And Flying Turkeys
- February 5, 2016
EEOC And OFCCP Propose Burdensome Pay Data Reporting Rule
- January 29, 2016
Bullard Law Attorney Daniel L. Rowan Contributes Chapter To Municipal Law Deskbook
- November 4, 2015
Bullard Law Included In Best Law Firms Tier 1 Ranking In Four Practice Areas
- November 2, 2015
Douglas County SHRM
-February 12, 2016