Clark County Business Briefing – The Columbian

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Miller Nash welcomes Jesse Kobernick to the firm’s Vancouver office. Kobernick joins the commercial and corporate team at Miller Nash, where he will represent clients on a range of transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, stock and asset purchase agreements and restructuring, as well as corporate governance. Kobernick is licensed in Washington and Texas and has practiced in Seattle and Dallas. Prior to joining Miller Nash, he was a supervising attorney at the University of Washington Law School’s Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, a program that pairs law and business students with pro bono attorneys and business advisers. Kobernick earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles before earning his law degree from Duke University.

Clark County Council this week named Yacolt resident Eldon Wogen to the county’s volunteer planning commission. His four-year term begins immediately and ends on December 31, 2025.

Wogen retired in 2020 and spent his professional career as a project manager. He has extensive volunteer experience, including serving on the County Solid Waste Advisory Committee. Wogen was also a board member of the Battle Ground Youth Soccer Club for several years. The seven-member Clark County Planning Commission serves as an advisory board on matters related to land development in the unincorporated area.


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