As you look around and travel Alaska, certainly all parts of Anchorage, chances are BGO has been there helping solve a difficult legal problem. Representative clients include a cross-section of society and its businesses and professions. On any given day BGO counsels:
advertising executives, architects, attorneys, airlines, auto dealerships and rental companies,
bankers, churches, contractors, commercial fishing ventures, the clergy and religious, clothing stores, CPAs,
dentists, drillers, educational consulting firms, engineers, fishing and hunting guides and their lodges,
fire fighters, homeowners, homesteaders, hotels, insurance agents and brokers and their firms,
investment firms, law enforcement officers, medical doctors, moving companies, miners, Native corporations,
nonprofit organizations, nurses, oil executives, personal trainers, physical therapists, pilots,
real estate agents and brokers and their firms, real estate investors and developers,
restaurants, printers, sport-fishing organizations, teachers, trust companies,
tenants and landlords, universities, as well as national and international companies doing business in Alaska.
Recognized for its Pro Bono work, BGO donates significant resources working with clients who are not asked to pay. In 2010 the Alaska Bar Association named BGO shareholder Chris Brecht Pro Bono Practitioner of the Year.
BGO also donates to the community through Pro Bono representation of nonprofit organizations large (like Universities) and small (like the local high school booster club).
BGO joins with all of Alaska in responding to tragedy, such as the September 11, 2001 attack on the U.S. and the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, including with organizational work for nonprofits whose specific mission is to respond.
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