Seth Millstein

I practice law all across Washington. I handle a range of litigation matters, with an emphasis on real estate and construction law. I assess each situation as realistically as possible so that we start the process with clear goals. Litigation results are simply not possible to predict with any sort of accuracy. The judge, the jury, the arbitrator or any other factor can dramatically influence results, and this is something lawyers don’t often fully control. That’s why I’ve found that there are “three Ps” which are key to successful litigation. I really try to use these “three Ps” as a guide for all cases.

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Kerry Lawrence

Of Counsel

Kerry is probably best known for his six-year effort as co-author of Washington’s lien law which went into effect in 1992, his work on the revisions to Washington’s public project retainage law, and our Contractor Registration Act. Kerry’s been AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Inc. since 1994, and was voted a “Super Lawyer” in 2005. Kerry’s philosophy is simple: a bar license is more than a license to practice law. It truly means being an “advisor.” Often, clients need counseling on organizing their businesses and construction projects to operate most effectively, negotiating contracts, and dealing with disputes. Kerry talks frankly with…

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