Philip S. Harris
17 Frances Avenue
Lake Oswego, Oregon 94939
Telephone: (503) 706-6916
Facsimile: (270) 512-9696
Firm: Philip Harris, Esq.
Real-estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, construction, financing and related analysis, drafting and filing of easements, CC&Rs and deeds.
â€¢Contracts including reviewing, negotiating and drafting various contractual agreements including intellectual property licenses, service agreements, sales of goods, and e-commerce.
â€¢HR including policy and handbook review, development and drafting; training on and investigating hiring, discipline, and termination practices, and responding to state and federal agencies regarding allegations of wage and hour violations or other unlawful practices.
â€¢Corporate maintenance including formation, ongoing maintenance, and dissolution of entities, drafting resolutions, and documenting and managing annual meetings and minutes.
Philip S. Harris has been practicing Hospitality Law since 1992 and has been active in the hospitality industry for 25 years.
Harris is a 1984 honors graduate of Cornell's School of Hotel Administration and a 1992 cum laude graduate of Lewis and Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon.
Harris was the CEO and General Counsel of Shilo Management Corporation, a Portland, Oregon hotel company with over 40 hotels and restaurants in 10 western states. For more about Harris' background and resume, click here.
Harris advises hospitality and business clients on the following matters:
In 2007, Harris left Shilo for private practice in order to share his time equally between his two school age boys in Portland, Oregon and his wife and step-daughter in California's Bay Area. As a result, Harris spends alternating weeks between his two West Coast homes. Philip is married to Tamsen McCracken, Senior Vice-President and General Counsel for San Francisco based Stanford Hotels. Philip enjoys hiking, mountain-biking and travel.
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