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Parsons Farnell & Grein Names New Partner

Parsons Farnell & Grein LLP is pleased to announce that Jason Gauss has been named partner.

Firm Attorneys Recognized as 2022 Oregon Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars®

Congratulations to Parsons Farnell & Grein, LLP lawyers selected to 2022 Oregon Super Lawyers®:

Michael E. Farnell – Insurance Coverage (Recognized by Oregon Super Lawyers® 2006-2022)

John D. Parsons – Business Litigation (Recognized by Oregon Super Lawyers® 2012-2022)

Charles J. Paternoster – Business Litigation (Recognized by Oregon Super Lawyers® 2015-2022)

and for being recognized as 2022 Rising Star®:

Paul A. Mockford – Insurance Recovery (Recognized by Oregon Rising Stars® 2014-2022)

Ryan M. DesJardins – Insurance Recovery (Recognized by Oregon Rising Stars® 2020-2022)


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Gabriel Le Chevallier: The Impact of Amara on Coverage under Fiduciary Liability Insurance Policies

Gabe Le Chevallier discusses the impact CIGNA v. Amara has had on secur­ing insurance coverage for fiduciary liability claims relating to defined benefits plans.  Read the full article here as published in Employee Benefit Plan Review (January 2022, Volume 76, Number 1).

Firm Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers 2021

Congratulations to Parsons Farnell & Grein, LLP lawyers selected to 2021 Oregon Super Lawyers® – Michael E. Farnell, John D. Parsons & Charles J. Paternoster and 2021 Rising Stars® – Paul A. Mockford & Ryan M. DesJardins.

Commercial Tenant Rent Payments May Be Further Delayed

Navigating Insurance Claims for Wildfire Losses

Parsons Farnell & Grein attorneys discuss navigation of insurance claims due to the recent wildfires.

Navigating Insurance Claims for Wildfire Losses

Insurance Coverage for Losses Caused by Wildfire Smoke

Businesses have suffered reduced income and increased operation costs as employees, customers, and service providers took shelter at home. Businesses should be aware, however, that losses resulting from wildfire smoke can be covered under their commercial property insurance policies.

Insurance Coverage for Losses Caused by Wildfire Smoke

Gabriel Le Chevallier to co-chair and present at Insurance Considerations Relative to COVID-19 conference September 25, 2020

Gabe Le Chevallier to present commercial property insurance losses faced by companies from the policyholder and insurer prospective on Friday, September 25, 2020 at the Insurance Considerations Relative to COVID-19 Conference sponsored by The Seminar Group. You can register here.

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Firm Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers

Congratulations to Parsons Farnell & Grein, LLP lawyers selected to 2020 Oregon Super Lawyers® – Michael E. Farnell, John D. Parsons & Charles J. Paternoster and 2020 Rising Stars® – Paul A. Mockford & Ryan M. DesJardins.

To Our Valued Clients & Business Partners:

Parsons Farnell & Grein, LLP has been monitoring and continues to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 virus. Our firm has taken and will continue to take all proactive measures recommended to prevent the spread of the virus within our work environment. Our priority is the health and safety of our employees, clients, and vendors.

We are prepared to continue our operations throughout the duration of this unprecedented public health situation. Our office has made the transition to having our attorneys and staff work remotely as needed and we assure you that we will remain fully operational in the event our office must close.

Our attorneys and staff are able to help you as we have in the past. We have procedures in place to do just that and are committed to assisting you and other clients while we wait out the disruption caused by the pandemic. As always, we appreciate your continued trust and confidence in Parsons Farnell & Grein LLP.