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Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt  

Legal Services | Washington, USA

https://www.schwabe.com/
tel: 206.622.1711 | fax: 206.292.0460
US Bank Centre, 1420 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3400 | Seattle | Washington | 98101 | USA


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Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt's Overview

What do you get when you're "Represented by Schwabe"? Innovative solutions from lawyers who know every deal has a dream and every risk an opportunity. A committed team that understands your industry and cares about your business. And the comprehensive resources of one of the Pacific Northwest's top law firms.

Our lawyers provide exceptional legal counsel, and that's critical. But our value goes beyond that. We don't sit around and wait for the phone to ring. We get out of the office and put on hard hats to meet clients where they are, in their industries. This helps us see around corners, spot trends and navigate approaching challenges before they become problems. That's why clients put us in the leadership circle and consider us partners in the business. Our understanding of six key industry sectors - Healthcare; Manufacturing, Distribution and Retail; Natural Resources; Real Estate and Construction; Technology; and Transportation, Ports and Maritime - allows us to help clients achieve success through ideas, advice, and exceptional legal counsel.

With more than 175 attorneys in eight offices, we are among the largest law firms in the region. Clients from start-ups and entrepreneurs to the Fortune 500 count on us for full-spectrum legal services to help them achieve goals throughout their business lives.

  • Lawyers Worldwide: 175

Areas of Practice
  • Acquisition and Disposition
  • Agency Actions and Rulemaking
  • Appellate
  • Bankruptcy, Creditors' Rights and Corporate Restructuring
  • Business and Corporate
  • Business Transitions
  • Condemnation
  • Corporate Formation and Governance
  • Employee Benefits
  • Employment Litigation
  • Employment, Labor and Benefits
  • Environmental Compliance and Safety
  • Environmental Regulation and Litigation
  • Finance
  • Financial Institutions
  • Immigration
  • Indian Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Business
  • IP Litigation
  • Labor
  • Land Use and Entitlement
  • Leasing
  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Non-Compete and Trade Secrets
  • Patents
  • Plant Development, Facility Siting and Permitting
  • Privacy and Data Security
  • Product Liability
  • Professional Liability
  • Public Lands and Endangered Species
  • Real Estate
  • Securities and Finance
  • Tax
  • Tax Controversy
  • Tax Planning
  • Trademarks, Copyrights, Marketing and Advertising
  • Transactions, Licensing and E-commerce
  • Trusts and Estate Planning
  • Wage and Hour
  • Water Law
Professionals

Partners

Nika Aldrich

Nika F. AldrichShareholder

Al AuYeung

Al AuYeungRetired Shareholder


Larry Costich

Larry A. CostichShareholder


Farron Curry

Farron CurryShareholder

Ryan Dumm

Ryan W. DummShareholder

David Ebel

David R. EbelShareholder


Colin Folawn

Colin FolawnShareholder

Ryen Godwin

Ryen GodwinShareholder

Troy Greenfield

Troy GreenfieldShareholder


Molly Henry

Molly HenryShareholder


Aaron Laing

Aaron M. LaingShareholder

Philip Lempriere

Philip LempriereShareholder


Lindsey McReynolds

Lindsey McReynoldsChief Client Relations Officer


Lawrence Ream

Lawrence R. ReamShareholder


Milt Reimers

Milt ReimersShareholder

Lisa Schaures

Lisa E. SchauresShareholder & Industry Group Leader


Joseph Straus

Joseph J. StrausShareholder

M. John Way

M. John WayShareholder


Associates

Of Counsel

Other

Kristine Calhoun

Kristine CalhounSenior Paralegal


Kathy Severns

Kathy J. SevernsSenior Paralegal

Articles

Policies and Practical Tips to Prepare for a Hybrid Work Culture
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, June 2021

Prior to the pandemic, companies allowed remote work sparingly and where necessary because of the location of certain key players in other states or countries. Many employers felt that remote work was not practical, citing technology gaps and company culture. According to a survey of 600 IT decision-makers conducted in May 2020 by research firm Vanson Bourne for Xerox Holdings Corp., entitled The Future of Work in a Pandemic Era, at least 95% of those surveyed thought that in-person communication was still necessary to train, develop, and assess talent...

Latest Federal Court Cases 06/14/21
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, June 2021

Ronald Chandler v. Phoenix Services LLC, Appeal No. 2020-1848 (Fed. Cir. June 10, 2021) In this week’s Case of the Week, the Federal Circuit addressed the ongoing question of its subject matter jurisdiction over cases involving patents, but that do not concern allegations of infringement or invalidity. In this week’s case, the Court determined that it lacked subject matter jurisdiction over an appeal from a Walker Process antitrust claim and transferred the appeal to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court narrowly distinguished a prior case involving a Walker Process claim where it held it did have subject matter jurisdiction...

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Press

Let’s Talk Pandemic, Product, Innovation, and Logistics
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, June 2021

Yesterday, Schwabe and the Portland and Puget Sound Business Journals hosted PNW Predictions: Supply Chain Reimagined, a discussion about the effect of the pandemic on the supply chain, and predictions for the future. The panel was impressive, including Christopher Alldredge from Parr Lumber Company, Ryan Gavin from Convoy, Dr. Karthik Murali from Oregon State University, and Alex Strogen from the Port of Vancouver. Right off the bat, it was clear from this conversation that no one can take our supply chain for granted. Our panelists explored how COVID-19 acted as a catalyst for learning, teaching lessons in nine months that in normal time would take two to three years...

Creating a Legacy Through Lifetime Gifting
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, June 2021

Prior to the pandemic, companies allowed remote work sparingly and where necessary because of the location of certain key players in other states or countries. Many employers felt that remote work was not practical, citing technology gaps and company culture. According to a survey of 600 IT decision-makers conducted in May 2020 by research firm Vanson Bourne for Xerox Holdings Corp., entitled The Future of Work in a Pandemic Era, at least 95% of those surveyed thought that in-person communication was still necessary to train, develop, and assess talent...

All press submitted by Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

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