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Skinner joins Buckley Law

Katelyn D. Skinner has joined Buckley Law as an associate attorney with the Family Law team. Prior to joining Buckley Law she managed a general practice in Sherwood representing clients in family law and a variety of other legal services including business disputes, estate planning, general civil matters and more.

With Buckley Law she will focus on representing clients in divorce, custody disputes modification issues, international disputes and restraining and protective orders.

She also brings a global perspective to the firm, having lived in Japan for many years.

Skinner received her Juris Doctorate from Willamette University College of Law, and received her bachelor's degree in Japanese from the University of Oregon.

Park Bark app available

Miranda Slayter has founded Park Bark, an app to make finding dog parks easier. The free app filters dog parks by amenities including fencing, small dog area, water availability, hours and more. Learn more online at

Richardson named chairman

Jay Richardson, JD, CPA, CMA, CFM, CGMA, will serve a one-year term as chairman of the Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants. Richardson is a shareholder with Buckley Law PC in Lake Oswego and has been a Society member since 1984. His term begins April 1 and goes through March 2018.

Milgard offers factory tour

Milgard Windows and Doors will host a window replacement seminar and factory tour from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. April 8 at the factory located at 20789 SW 115th Ave., in Tualatin. Attendees will learn how to choose the right window for their home, about energy trust rebate incentives and other money saving tips.

Space is limited and those planning on attending are asked to RSVP by calling 503-554-5500.


Brown to talk about technology's distruption on business

Globally renowned speaker and futurist Steve Brown is the keynote speaker of the Kruse Way Economic Forum taking place from 7:30-9:30 a.m. April 19 at Kruse Oaks Conference Cetner, 5300 Meadows Road, first floor in Lake Oswego.

Brown will address the disruption that innovative technology will have on business, how to be prepared for these changes and talk about the possibilities ahead.

Calling upon 30 years' experience in high tech research, planning, engineering, marketing, manufacturing and management, Brown helps companies understand the possibilites of the future and build winning business strategies designed to create new value, please customers and optimize operations.

Admission is $25 which includes materials and continental breakfast. Register online at

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