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Commercial Litigation

 

Experienced commercial litigation counsel.  Carlson & Dennett, P.S. provides representation to companies in a wide range of commercial disputes, including:

  • Breach of contract for services, goods, property, or businesses
  • Partnership and LLC disputes 
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Commercial leases
  • Lending and financing practices
  • Professional malpractice

We try cases in federal and state courts, and in arbitration. Our clients include small family businesses and multinational corporations, in fields from hospitality to manufacturing.

We roll up our sleeves and learn your case from the ground up.  We don't farm out work to associates, which means that the lawyer who will try your case learns your case as it progresses.  You will not pay one lawyer to tell another what is going on in the case. 

Efficiency.  We keep an eye on the bottom line, because we understand that keeping costs down is key to any successful business.

Clear communication.  We'll give you the straight story on your case.  Sometimes it makes sense to fight it out through trial or even beyond.  Sometimes it doesn't.  We'll tell you the risks and help you weigh your options.  We don't advise clients to waste time and money by continuing to litigate a weak position.  A reasonable early settlement and a small legal bill beats a bad result at trial and a large legal bill.

          1601 5th Avenue, Suite 2150                          Seattle, Washington 98101                                                (206) 621-1111


Carlson & Dennett, P.S. serves clients in Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, Spokane, Everett, Olympia, Redmond, Kirkland, Renton, Lakewood, Kent, Spokane, King County, Snohomish County, Pierce County, Thurston County, Kitsap County, Jefferson County, Whatcom County, Puget Sound, and the Kitsap Peninsula.



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