Defending The Rights Of Portland Employers
Why Gordon L. Osaka?
Experienced attorney Gordon Osaka has been representing and defending company employers and management for more than 40 years. Our paralegals, our skilled team resolves legal matters efficiently and saves you money. We represent company employers and managers, and protect their best interests in a broad range of employer defense matters, including:
- Defending lawsuits.
- Discrimination and harassment claims
- Wage and hour claims
- Employment contracts
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Collective bargaining labor union grievances
The 4 P’s Of Meeting Employers’ Needs
Our experience saves you money. We quickly grasp the nuances and facts of each case, and work diligently to develop a course of action and defense strategy to help you accomplish your goals.
We are hands on, working directly with you as a team, including Mr. Osaka.
We address your company problems immediately. We are well-aware that time is of the essence when resolving legal problems.
We provide a superior, cost-effective product. We strive for perfection.
Our experience saves money. We are always mindful of cost. We solve legal problems, we do not create them.
Our Blueprint For Success
Judges and opponents in our region know who we are. We are proud of our skills, ethics, and reputation. For more than 28 years, Mr. Osaka’s peers have awarded him Martindale-Hubbell’s highest AV Preeminent* 5.0/5.0 peer review rating.
A skilled negotiator and trial attorney, Mr. Osaka is often able to resolve disputes favorably for his corporate clients without the need for a costly, time-consuming, business-disruptive trial. His results are based on negotiation skills and having tried hundreds of cases. Opponents know that we will go to trial, if need be. We will not let your accuser take unfair advantage of you.
Our clients include national and multinational companies, and large employer groups located or doing business in Oregon, along with companies large enough to be bound by state and federal agencies and regulations.
We welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your case and to recommend an effective course of action. Call us at 503-644-3266 or use our online contact form to provide a brief summary of your issue and to schedule a meeting.