Sussman Shank Client Spotlight: Neil Kelly
We have helped our client Neil Kelly design with a variety of business and legal services. This includes the purchase of a solar company, corporate entity maintenance, and real estate transactions. Our business lawyers work closely with Neil Kelly to help them remain competitive and succeed in the city's thriving residential remodeling and construction market.
Sussman Shank and Neil Kelly share similar environmental and sustainability commitments and policies. Both companies were recognized by Oregon Business Magazine in the 2016 "100 Best Green Workplaces in Oregon."
At Sussman Shank, we are proud of our clients, what they do, and the industries they serve. Neil Kelly is just one of the many great clients we serve right here in the Pacific Northwest.
About Neil Kelly Company
Neil Kelly Company, the largest residential design-build remodeling firm in the Northwest, helps homeowners care for all aspects of their homes. Services include custom homes, award-winning design-build remodeling, energy upgrades and home repairs big and small. Neil Kelly is proud to be a Certified B Corporation and seeks to be a caring corporate citizen in everything that it does. With five Pacific Northwest locations in Portland, Lake Oswego, Eugene, Bend and Seattle, Neil Kelly is renowned for its innovative design and remodeling services, quality craftsmanship and sustainable building practices. www.neilkelly.com
About Sussman Shank LLP
Founded in 1960 in Portland, Oregon, Sussman Shank is a full-service business, litigation, and commercial bankruptcy law firm with over 30 lawyers. Our clients include public and private companies, government entities, institutions, non-profit organizations, and individuals. While we are based in the Pacific Northwest, we frequently represent clients in court proceedings and business transactions throughout the country. In 2016, Oregon Business Magazine named Sussman Shank as one of the "100 Best Companies to Work for, and one of the 100 Best Green Workplaces in Oregon."
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