Kurt has extensive experience representing companies, underwriters, borrowers, lenders, investors, private investment firms, private equity firms and venture capitalists in public offerings, commercial loans and private placements of debt and equity securities. He also represents buyers and sellers of public and private companies, their divisions and their strategic assets. Kurt represents clients in a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing, software development (including SaaS), private equity, venture capital, investment banking, investment advisors and forest products.
Kurt began his law career with the firm in 1986 and was a partner in 1996 when he left to join a publicly held manufacturing client as Vice President and General Counsel. Subsequently he served as Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and a member of the Executive Committee at a publicly held software company. Kurt rejoined Tonkon Torp in 2000.
Kurt is admitted to practice law in Oregon and Washington.