Malnati & Ahrens, pllc
is pleased to welcome
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
Jason W. Burnett
Julie R. Sommer
as Members of the Firm.
Jason will continue to practice general litigation, real estate,
business, contract, and probate law.
Yates v. Fithian,
2010 WL 3788272 (W.D. Wash. 2010)
City of Seattle v. Menotti,
409 F.3d 1113 (9th Cir. 2005)
State v. Letourneau,
100 Wn. App. 424 (2000)
Fordyce v. Seattle,
55 F.3d 436 (9th Cir. 1995)
LIMIT v. Maleng,
874 F. Supp. 1138 (W.D. Wash. 1994)
Julie will continue to practice estate and trust planning and
litigation, probate law, guardianship, social security, and
Jason and Julie exemplify our firm’s creed of representing
clients and solving legal issues with creativity, sensitivity and
proactive planning for sensible solutions.
James E. Lobsenz
701 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3600
Seattle, WA 98104
Reed Longyear Malnati & Ahrens, pllc
801 Second Avenue, Suite 1415, Seattle, WA 98104
Tel: 206-624-6271 • Fax: 206-624-6672
MICHAEL R. CARYL
Curran Law Firm, ps
is pleased to announce that
has been named Managing Partner of the firm.
Dave has practiced with Curran Law Firm since 1983. His
We are also very excited to announce the addition
practice is devoted to the representation of public school
districts in Washington State.
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Sam graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 2012
with a Master of Science in Educational Leadership & Policy
Analysis and Juris Doctorate degree from The University of
Wisconsin Law School. His primary focus for the future will
include School and Municipal Law.
Expert testimony in attorney’s
fee litigation is essential and
can make the difference in your
case. Mike Caryl has served in a
consulting and testifying capacity
in dozens of cases and has broad
expert witness experience in fee
issue areas, including:
• Reasonableness determinations
• Fee shifting proceedings
(e.g., CPA, Oly. Steamship)
• Fee agreements, disclosure,
intake and billing practices
• RPC violations in discipline
• Breach of fiduciary duty claims
• “Lindy-Bowers” multipliers
• Attorney’s lien foreclosures
555 West Smith Street, Kent, WA 98032
253-852-2345 • 253-852-2030
MICHAEL R. CARYL, P.S.
200 First Ave. W., Ste. 402
Seattle, WA 98119