As a former in-house counsel in the banking industry, Lee Nusich understands the business as well as the legal challenges facing clients in the financial services industry. He represents national and regional banks in a range of financing, compliance and litigation matters. READ MORE
Lee has extensive experience counseling clients on:
Outside of the office, Lee devotes a significant amount of time to pro bono service. For the past number of years, Lee has served as the Chairman of the Board of the Naa Amerley Palm Education Foundation (NAPE Foundation) which promotes higher education in Ghana, West Africa. In conjunction with that Foundation, he has personally funded scholarships for several students attending college in Ghana and has traveled to Ghana to meet the scholarship recipients. He was instrumental in raising the necessary funds to construct the first classroom and administrative building of the Palm Institute of Strategic Leadership in Accra, Ghana, and as a result, Palm Institute named the building after him.
First Interstate Bank of Oregon
Whipple Johansen & McClain, Associate (1977-1982)
NAA Amerley Palm Education Foundation (NAPE), Chairman of Board of Trustees; as a volunteer traveled to Ghana to implement the foundation’s scholarship program
Oregon State Bar, Member of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Corporate Counsel, Debtor-Creditor and Litigation Sections
Multnomah Bar Association, Member
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AV Preeminent® in Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™
The Best Lawyers in America©, Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization (2019-2023)
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