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Our Team

Attorney Ali Bell


Bachelor of Music, Voice Performance – Northwestern University

Master of Music, Opera Performance – University of Texas, Austin

J.D., cum laude – University of Texas, Austin

Ali Bell

Licensed in Oregon and Washington

Ali handles intellectual property (IP) matters and business transactions, typically with an IP component. Her clients value her focus on practical guidance that aligns with the client’s mission and business priorities. She helps protect valuable IP assets, including securing ownership, obtaining federal trademark and copyright registrations, negotiating favorable IP terms in agreements, and licensing IP to or from third parties. She regularly enforces her clients’ copyright and trademark rights against infringers, and uses tools gained over more than a decade of experience to address infringement and resolve IP disputes outside of court. Ali also assists with Digital Millennium Copyright Act compliance for both copyright owners and platform operators. 

Ali routinely handles contract matters related to her clients’ core business and operations, which includes reviewing and negotiating vendor contracts for clients procuring services and assisting service-provider clients with their customer contracts. Her experience includes preparing and negotiating licenses, development and service agreements, nondisclosure agreements, and most other agreements encountered in the course of doing business.
Ali is on the executive committee of the Oregon State Bar Intellectual Property Section, and is a board member and development committee chair for the Portland Area Theatre Alliance. She also volunteers regularly at her children’s school.

Before Wildwood, Ali was a partner with Miller Nash, where she practiced for over 10 years. Ali is a former opera singer and enthusiastic, if mediocre, gardener. When she’s not helping her clients with their legal matters or volunteering, she can be found playing with her two daughters, rehearsing for an upcoming musical theater production, or chasing the squirrels out of her strawberries.

Ali has been recognized by Oregon SuperLawyers in 2022 and was a Rising Star between 2013 – 2018.

Attorney Nick Kampars


B.A. International Studies, Economics, with honors - American University

J.D., cum laude - Willamette University

Nick Kampars

Licensed in Oregon

Nick Kampars is a trial lawyer with seventeen years of experience representing both individuals and companies. He has taken numerous cases to verdict, ranging from significant personal injury cases to complex business disputes.

Nick has been recognized by Chambers & Partners as an “excellent lawyer” with “lots of trial experience” who makes “smart, strategic decisions” for his clients.  He has also been recognized by the Daily Journal of Commerce and Best Lawyers in America. He has been listed in Oregon SuperLawyers every year since 2013 and was a Rising Star between 2009 - 2012.

Nick has also served in various leadership positions over his career, including serving as President of the Multnomah Bar Foundation, President of the Campaign for Equal Justice, and President of the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section.

Before Wildwood, Nick was a partner at Davis Wright Tremaine, where he practiced for thirteen years. He grew up in Kentucky and has lived in Oregon since 2003, where he and his family enjoy all that the state has to offer.

Attorney Jeanna Sinnott


Bachelor of Arts, English and Mass Communication—University of Utah

J.D., cum laude—Lewis & Clark Law School

Jeanne Sinnott

Licensed in Oregon and Washington

Jeanne’s practice focuses on legal disputes, both in and out of court.  Although she prefers to find ways to resolve disputes early so that her clients can avoid the stress of litigation, Jeanne is not afraid to take a case to trial.  Jeanne has successfully litigated cases in state and federal court, including bankruptcy court.  

Although Jeanne’s primary expertise is in the litigation process, she has specific experience in real estate and business disputes.  Jeanne also has significant experience representing financial institutions in collections, loan workouts, and lender liability defense.   

Before Wildwood, Jeanne was a partner at Miller Nash. A native of Chicago, Jeanne grew up in Ogden, Utah. Jeanne spends her free time fixing up her 1911 Portland home, working on her tennis game, and spending time with her husband, Rob, her two boys, and her dog, Mambo. 

Jeanne has been recognized by Oregon Super Lawyers every year since 2020, and was a Rising Star between 2011 - 2019. 

In 2018, Benchmark Litigation named her to the 40 and Under Hotlist. Jeanne is on the Executive Committee of the Oregon State Bar Debtor-Creditor Section and is the Treasurer for the U.S. District Court Historical Society for the District of Oregon. She also volunteers at her sons’ school in NE Portland and is co-captain of her USTA tennis team

Attorney Brian Sniffen


B.S., Biology – University of Washington

J.D., summa cum laude – Gonzaga University School of Law

Brian Sniffen

Licensed in Oregon and Washington

Brian’s practice focuses on intellectual property (IP), business transactions, and privacy. He helps clients obtain and enforce valuable IP rights, comply with privacy laws (e.g., GDPR, CPRA, other state-level laws), respond to data-security incidents, and negotiate a wide variety of contracts. 

Brian’s business-focused and pragmatic approach is informed by the years he spent as a litigator early in his career: he understands, for example, how seemingly minor changes to a contract can significantly impact a client’s rights and leverage if a dispute arises.

Brian grew up in southern Oregon and attended college and law school in Washington. During law school, he clerked at global law firm K&L Gates before joining Miller Nash in Portland. Brian practiced at Miller Nash for nearly 10 years – and was named partner – before joining Wildwood.

Brian has been recognized by Oregon SuperLawyers as a Rising Star every year since 2014, and was a member of the Portland Business Alliance’s Leadership Portland Class of 2015. In his free time, Brian loves being active and outdoors with family and friends. He also volunteers regularly for community organizations.

Attorney Meghan Williams


J.D., magna cum laude - Suffolk University Law School

B.A., Environmental Studies with a focus on Public Policy and Society, with distinction - University of Colorado, Boulder

Meghan Williams

Licensed in Oregon and Washington

Meghan is a business transactional attorney.  While her practice focuses on M&A transactions, she has the experience and insight to assist clients in all aspects of running a business, including strategic planning, contractual matters, corporate governance, and leasing and financing transactions. Meghan works collaboratively with clients and their advisory teams to structure, negotiate, and document acquisitions, spin-offs and sales, growth and transition plans, and strategic partnerships. Meghan’s approach is informed by her experience serving as outside in-house counsel for a number of clients. Through these experiences, Meghan gained valuable insight into legal issues commonly facing organizations as well as a deep understanding of challenges faced by businesses of all sizes.

Before Wildwood, Meghan was a partner at Miller Nash. A native of Boston, Meghan met her husband Sean while attending college in Colorado. After college, they returned to her hometown where she attended law school and practiced law at a Boston law firm. A few years later, Meghan and Sean jumped at an opportunity to move to the Pacific Northwest. In her free time, Meghan spends time with Sean and their two young sons. You can usually find them outside at a park or inside building Legos or reading books.

Meghan has been recognized by SuperLawyers as a Rising Star every year since 2016.

Nina Rydell

Nina Rydell

Nina is a dedicated paralegal supporting Wildwood’s attorneys to better serve their clients. Whether that’s by preparing client productions for discovery, gathering exhibits for trial, or filing documents with the court, Nina is always willing to help with whatever needs to be done.

Before Wildwood, Nina was an e-discovery support specialist for the litigation department of a large regional firm. Nina grew up in Beaverton, Oregon. She met her husband when working at a men’s clothing store while attending school to get her paralegal degree. She spends her free time with her husband and two sons, pretending to be dinosaurs, playing at the park, or counting down the days until Christmas.

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