Portland litigation firm Markowitz Herbold PC announced today that Kyle Busse, Anit Jindal, and Jeff Lovinger have become shareholders with the firm.
Busse is co-chair of the firm’s employment practices group. He is also an integral part of the firm’s bet-the-company and government practice groups, where he has successfully represented companies, and the State of Oregon and its departments, in high stakes and class action litigation.
Jindal is a litigator whose clients include public utilities, state and local governments, and privately held businesses. His commercial litigation practice focuses on energy law, class action defense, and complex contract disputes. He is also a skilled appellate lawyer and has briefed appeals to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and Oregon Court of Appeals.
Lovinger specializes in energy and utility law. He has extensive experience representing utility clients before state utility commissions in contested case proceedings, rulemakings, and policy dockets. Lovinger also represents his clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, before state and federal trial and appellate courts, and before county commissions, the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals, and various administrative agencies.