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Anna Helton

Anna Helton



  • Financial Institutions
  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution

WSG Practice Industries



Anna Helton helps companies efficiently and effectively resolve business disputes. She litigates breach of contract claims, real property disputes, and collection matters. Anna also advises religious and other youth-serving entities on child protection and child safety issues and has represented numerous clients in litigation involving child sex abuse claims. She is a member of the National Diocesan Attorneys Association.

Bar Admissions

  • Oregon State Courts
  • Washington State Courts
  • United States District Court, District of Oregon


  • Willamette University, Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude (2000)
  • University of Notre Dame Law School, Juris Doctor degree (2005)
  • Tokyo Kokusai Daigaku, study abroad (Fall 1998)
Areas of Practice

Financial Institutions | Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

  • Drafted and negotiated transactional documents related to several million-dollar healthcare-based loans.
  • Negotiated a complicated settlement involving a cutting-edge product with relatively little market presence
  • Represented clients in dozens of cases involving intentional torts committed by employees or agents
  • Worked successfully with a receiver in a receiver’s auction to achieve an efficient resolution of a million dollar collection matter
  • Assisted a client with a market withdrawal involving a highly sensitive food product.
  • Efficiently resolved several loan and other contract disputes with negotiated settlements. 


  • Schwabe in The Field: Josephine County Court Strikes down Genetically Modified Crops Ordinance
  • Food Fight Over GMO Labeling Moves to Oregon

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