Anthony Blake

Associate

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In an arena where clients clash in high-stakes business disputes, Anthony Blake remains poised and ready. Whether representing businesses or individuals, Anthony’s talent for intensive preparation and strategic focus enable him to spot complex legal issues and obtain winning results for his clients. Within his general litigation practice, Anthony’s specialties include contract disputes, employment matters, and sports litigation.

Prior to joining Markowitz Herbold, Anthony worked for a regional law firm where he represented residential and commercial owners in construction claims of all types. During law school, he served as a legal extern for the Honorable Ann Aiken, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court of Oregon. He also worked as a law clerk at multiple law firms, where he assisted in cases ranging from employment discrimination to medical malpractice defense.

Anthony graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School as a member of the Cornelius Honor Society and a recipient of the Roosevelt Robinson Scholarship. A former student-athlete, Anthony received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon.

Anthony Blake

Associate

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In an arena where clients clash in high-stakes business disputes, Anthony Blake remains poised and ready. Whether representing businesses or individuals, Anthony’s talent for intensive preparation and strategic focus enable him to spot complex legal issues and obtain winning results for his clients. Within his general litigation practice, Anthony’s specialties include contract disputes, employment matters, and sports litigation.

Prior to joining Markowitz Herbold, Anthony worked for a regional law firm where he represented residential and commercial owners in construction claims of all types. During law school, he served as a legal extern for the Honorable Ann Aiken, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court of Oregon. He also worked as a law clerk at multiple law firms, where he assisted in cases ranging from employment discrimination to medical malpractice defense.

Anthony graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School as a member of the Cornelius Honor Society and a recipient of the Roosevelt Robinson Scholarship. A former student-athlete, Anthony received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon.