I’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest my whole life. I love it here. I grew up in Lake Stevens, WA, and earned my undergraduate and graduate degrees in Seattle. After taking a law school course on “Corporations, Law and Society,” I knew I wanted to help Seattle businesses with their legal services. I came to fully appreciate the impact of business on society and how the law can shape this impact. I appreciate the relationship between business and our communities, and I am passionate about making it easier for businesses to positively impact our community.
I have worked for sole proprietorships, public companies, and non-profits; I currently sit on the board of a non-profit corporation. Before working in the legal field, I worked in the banking and investment industries, the food-service industry, and the technology industry (cloud-computing services). Since joining the legal industry, I have worked for a sole practitioner, a downtown firm, and volunteered for Climate Solutions, a non-profit corporation supporting proposition that clean energy and broadly-shared economic prosperity can go hand-in-hand.
My primary practice areas are securities, business formations, technology contracts, investment advisor regulation, and mergers and acquisitions.
When I’m not in the office, there’s a good chance I’m cooking, relaxing on the couch with my fiancée watching a tv series (all-time favorites are The Wire, Breaking Bad, and Mad Men), or playing or watching sports. I play soccer and golf, and fervently follow too many sports teams: the UW Huskies, Sounders, Arsenal, and Bay Area pro sports teams. I’m also a bit of a self-professed nerd and enjoy reading about technology and developing websites and web applications. My favorite place to visit outside of the Northwest is Lake Tahoe.
Hourly ($285-380/hour), Fixed (Always), Free Consultation (30 minutes)
Cash, Check, Credit Card
Kyle and the team at InVigor law group are top notch. Their commitment to both serving their clients and building something lasting is evident the first time you meet them. They are smart, committed, easy-going and likeable. I'm particularly impressed with their commitment to technology. Not only does this demonstrate a desire to mimic the type of clientele they are trying to attract and demonstrate their being on the "cutting edge" it also shows a willingness to be open innovative and creative. If you've worked with many attorneys you'll know that those are rare and valuable qualities, particularly when practicing in a business/entrepreneurial setting. Kyle is the embodiment of this ethos and I have no hesitation in endorsing him fully.
Daniel Lear Business Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|King County Bar Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|King County Bar Association, Business Law Section||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association, Business Law Section||N/A||2011 - Present|
|King County Bar Bulletin||The Social Purpose Corporation: A New Corporate Form?||2012|
|Seattle University School of Law||N/A||N/A||2011|
|University of Washington||Philosophy||N/A||2008|