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Milt Reimers

Milt Reimers

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Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Washington, U.S.A.

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Milt Reimers helps clients navigate a broad array of real estate and land use matters, including acquisition, permitting/entitlement, development, leasing and dispute resolution. He regularly represents businesses, owners, tenants and developers on real estate matters, working with them through all stages of the real estate life cycle.

In litigation, Milt handles disputes involving leasing, breach of contract and construction. While Milt seeks creative and cost-effective resolution of disputes, he does not shy away from aggressively litigating on his clients’ behalf.

As part of his land use practice, Milt conducts due diligence research on title, permitting, zoning and planning. Additionally, he assists clients in preparing land use applications and managing the entitlement, public hearing and development permitting process.

Bar Admissions

  • Washington State Courts
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington
  • United States District Court, Western District of Washington

Education

  • University of Washington, Bachelor of Arts degree, Political Science (1998)
  • University of Washington School of Law, Juris Doctor degree (2007)
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

  • Successfully defended a homeowners’ association in a challenge to the validity of its governing documents and actions taken by the Board of Directors. The Court of Appeals, Division I, affirmed the trial court’s decision in favor of the homeowners’ association.
  • Assisted a client in obtaining boundary line adjustments and building permits associated with the commercial development of property.
  • Represented a property owner in a three-week condemnation trial associated with light rail expansion.
  • Secured a multi-million dollar judgment against real estate loan guarantors and assisted lender with post-judgment collection efforts.
  • Obtained a favorable early settlement for the tenant in a landlord-tenant dispute alleging a breach of the lease.
  • Represented the architect in a construction defect claim by the developer of a 130-unit condominium building. Successfully settled the matter for a nuisance payment prior to summary judgment hearing.

Articles

  • OP-ED: Property Owners Will Find Out Soon How Much Seattle Waterfront Redevelopment Will Cost Them
  • Seattle Waterfront’s Local Improvement District: Paying Special Attention to Stay Ahead
  • Restrictive Covenants: The Impact on Washington Condo Owners
  • Seattle Waterfront’s Local Improvement District: An Introduction
  • Arnold Brown Joins Schwabe's Technology Industry Group in Our New Mountain View, CA, Office
  • OP-ED: The Importance of a Balanced Approach to Writing

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