HEATHER HARRIMAN, Of Counsel/Legal Project Manager

Heather Harriman serves as Of Counsel at the firm. She brings a unique skill set to the firm, providing superior client service, plus effective and efficient business solutions for the firm and its clients.


Heather’s current practice focuses on business litigation, business “divorce” and probate and trust litigation. Heather has practiced in all areas of commercial law and commercial litigation, including complex business disputes, contract disputes, evictions, collections, foreclosures, tax controversies, bankruptcy, and debtor-creditor law. As a business and commercial litigator, Heather has litigated cases in both the state and federal courts throughout Oregon and Washington, including the United States District Court, United States Tax Court, United States Bankruptcy Court. With nearly 20 years of experience and her distinctive background, Heather is able to draw from a wealth of experience while providing high-level support to the firm’s attorneys and ensuring that clients’ needs are addressed timely, efficiently and effectively.


Heather also serves as the firm’s project manager, team leader, and mentor. She is adept at leading cross-functional teams of accountants, lawyers, consultants and business owners as well as the attorneys and other staff both within and outside the firm, managing time-sensitive projects and seeing the big picture. She is a solutions-driven professional who brings her skills in communication, leadership and project management to our team of dedicated lawyers.

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  • "What Every Lawyer Should Know About Bankruptcy”, Oregon State Bar Solo & Small Firm CLE, 2011 - Writer and Speaker

  • “Unfiled Tax Returns & Unpaid Taxes: Option for Small Businesses”, Coast River Business Journal, 2011

  • "Cancellation of Indebtedness (COD) Income", Oregon State Bar Broadbrush Taxation CLE, 2009 - Writer and Speaker

  • "Income Tax Liability with No Money: Cancelled Debt Income and Phantom Gains in Bankruptcy", Oregon State Bar 20th Annual Northwest Bankruptcy Institute, 2007

  • "Reclamation Rights: The Practicalities of a Seller's Right to Reclaim its Goods", Oregon State Bar Debtor-Creditor Section Newsletter, 2002

  • "Manufactured Dwellings: Reality or Personality?", Oregon State Bar Debtor-Creditor Section Newsletter, 2000


  • Oregon, 1999


  • J.D. cum laude, Western New England University School of Law, 1999

  • B.A. Political Science, University of Oregon, 1996