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With more than 60 lawyers in offices in Washington and Oregon, we have proven trial results and are dedicated to the welfare of our clients
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Williams Kastner has been serving clients in the Pacific Northwest since our Seattle office opened in 1929. With attorneys in offices in Washington and Oregon, we offer global capabilities and vision with a local sensibility.Learn More
Our presence in Oregon expands the firm's practice depth in the maritime, transportation, agriculture and related industries to better serve Pacific Northwest companies. We serve a broad range of clients in business transactions and commercial litigation, creditors' rights and bankruptcy, mass tort defense, labor and employment, tax, real estate and estate planning.Learn More
News & Insights
Williams Kastner Announces New 2024 Members
January 01, 2024 ─ Williams Kastner is pleased to announce the promotion of two of the firm’s attorneys: Heidi L. Mandt (Portland) is being promoted to Equity Member and Miles Stewart (Seattle) is being promoted to Member. “We are very proud of Heidi and Miles and truly appreciate their contributions to our firm and our...
Trucking Industry Facing Spike in Nuclear Verdicts
The trucking industry in the U.S. has been facing a tremendous surge in so-called “nuclear verdicts,” which are those large enough to cause serious financial harm to a fleet or trucking company. How can your company defend itself against these kinds of verdicts? What happens when your business is involved in a lawsuit where the...
Newly Suggested Merger Guidelines Could Impact Tech Companies
When two companies merge, they combine forces and form a new entity that is intended to be bigger than the sum of its parts. Companies may choose to merge for a number of reasons, but the ultimate goal is to gain market share and increase profitability. If too many mergers occur within a particular industry,...