A quick study, I am both efficient and effective.
Stuart Cohen’s practice emphasizes problem solving and dispute resolution, primarily in the areas of real estate, condominium and homeowner association law, and computer and intellectual property law.
Stuart’s experience includes representing numerous clients in formal and informal dispute resolution processes, including mediation, arbitration, and litigation in state court. Stuart’s intellectual property practice includes experience in internet law, and licensing agreements and royalty disputes in the intellectual property rights arena.
Stuart is also an active member of the firm’s condominium and homeowner association law practice group.
Stuart specializes in solving problems and resolving disputes in real estate, condo and homeowner association law and computer and intellectual property law. Whether in mediation, arbitration or litigation, Stuart likes crafting a resolution that will benefit all parties. Solving people’s problems is his favorite thing about being a lawyer. If he could live anywhere, Stuart would live half time in Portland and spend the rest living in Hawaii and travelling the world. When he’s not working, he likes to golf, scuba dive, or travel. If he couldn’t be a lawyer, Stuart would like to be a pro golfer.
Admitted to Practice
- Whitman College, B.A. Economics, 1982
- Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., 1985, cum laude
Memberships & Recognition
- Community Associations Institute
- President Oregon Chapter (2004)
- Board Member and frequent speaker
- Oregon State Bar Association
- Member, Computer and Internet Law Section, Past Board Member and Chair
- Pacific Rim Computer and Internet Law Institute
- Member, Planning Committee Chair and Speaker
- American Bar Association