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Name: Simpson, Tillinghast & Sorensen, P.C.

Historical Note:

Simpson, Tillinghast & Sorensen, P.C. (STS) attorneys serve as principal counsel on the legal affairs of leading corporate and government clients. The firm's attorneys enjoy state- and region-wide reputations in the fields of oil and gas law, timber, mining, Native corporation law and environmental compliance, defamation, employment law and commercial litigation. The firm represents a number of resource development clients by serving nearly the full range of their legal needs, including governmental relations. The principals of the firm are all long-time Alaska attorneys with a broad range of experience. They have worked together for many years, formerly as shareholders in the Juneau office of one of the state's largest firms. Martindale-Hubbell rates STS at AV, the highest possible ranking for both legal ability and ethical standards.

The firm's current and recent projects include purchases and sales of major business entities; state securities law compliance; complex real estate and timber transactions; purchase and sale of significant mining properties and related mineral exploration and development agreements; municipal law; employment matters, including defense of wrongful termination, sexual harassment, union actions and civil rights claims; tort defense; including claims of defamation and emotional distress; commercial and construction litigation for both public and private sector entities; constitutional law; labor relations; and general corporate representation, including board and shareholder matters and personnel/employment disputes, agreements and advice.

Source: From the STS website, accessed June 23, 2008; http://stsl.com/about.html

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