Otto Frohnmayer died on January 31, 2000. He left
behind a legacy of professional excellence and public service that the firm
carries on in his name today. In 2004, Bill Deatherage celebrated his 50th
Anniversary as an attorney. Today, though retired, Mr. Deatherage
continues to act as a source of inspiration and wisdom to his partners,
associates and colleagues.
Stephen Jamieson joined the firm in 1983, after moving to
Southern Oregon from New York. Bernard Moore and Thomas Armosino joined
the firm in 1997. Tracy McGovern joined the firm one year later.
The firm’s newest partner, Cam Howry, joined the firm in 2007.
The attorneys at Frohnmayer, Deatherage, Jamieson, Moore,
Armosino & McGovern practice in a broad array of legal fields,
including: professional malpractice defense, personal injury, insurance
defense, employment and labor law, tax and estate planning, criminal defense,
family law, business transactions, commercial litigation and general civil
litigation. The attorneys at the Frohnmayer firm are fortunate to be able
to practice in a wide variety of areas with a team of paralegals and legal
assistants who provide unparalleled support.
The firm takes pride in its historical involvement in
community activities throughout Medford and Southern Oregon. The team of
attorneys at Frohnmayer, Deatherage, Jamieson, Moore, Armosino & McGovern,
PC, are uniquely able to draw upon the wealth of knowledge acquired for over a
century of continuous active practice and service in the Rogue Valley and
The law firm of Frohnmayer, Deatherage, Jamieson, Moore,
Armosino & McGovern strives to provide each and every client legal excellence
and continues to engage in public service throughout Southern Oregon.
Each member of the firm is dedicated to the firm’s creed:
“Excellence. Every client. Every day.”