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City of Federal Way v. Firestone, KCSC.
City of Seattle v. Rabanco, Ltd., et al. Defense of private garbage hauler in CERCLA cost recovery and contribution action for cleanup of former publicly owned and operated landfill.
ALPS, USA v. Microsoft (defense of breach of contract claims).
Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians v. Standard Biodiesel, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington (environmental contamination) (2010).
Harborsteps Partnership v. Burlington Northern Railroad, 93 Wn. App. 792, 970 P.2d 797, 1999 (defense of environmental contribution claims; summary judgment on all claims).
King County v. Seawest, King County Superior Court, (condemnation) (2005).
Sterling Realty v BV Holdings, King County Superior Court, (MTCA contribution) (2010).
Foreman v. Diamond (defense of trust claims).
Pasciuto v. Shriners Hospitals for Children, King County Superior Court (MTCA contribution) (2010).
King County v. BSRE Point Wells, King County Superior Court, (condemnation) (2010).
King County Brightwater treatment plant, conveyance and outfall. Counsel to King County for site acquisition and condemnation.
United States v. Rice, 38 F.3d 1536 (9th Cir. 1994).
Port of Seattle v. Lavin, et al., (defense verdict in condemnation action).
State of Alaska v. Exxon Valdez, USDC Alaska.
Port of Seattle Terminal 5 Dock Expansion, § 404 Permit (defense of claims concerning impact of treaty fishing rights on construction-related permits for dock expansion project).
Duwamish Tribe Federal Recognition -- In Re Federal Acknowledgment of the Duwamish Tribal Organization, U.S. Dept. of the Interior.
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