John C. Dippold , a principal, joined the firm in 1996. He serves on Carney's Board... more
John C. Dippold , a principal, joined the firm in 1996. He serves on Carney's Board of Directors and is Co-Chair of the firm's Construction Department. John's practice principally involves construction litigation, commercial litigation, construction law , development, commercial and residential real estate , and federal/state government contracts in Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Ha... view profile
With nearly 20 years of experience on contract negotiation and management, Chris... more
With nearly 20 years of experience on contract negotiation and management, Chris handles all types of commercial transaction. This includes mergers and acquisitions, consolidations, licensing issues, real estate deals and the launch of innovative products and services in cutting edge markets.
John Black has an extensive background and expertise in construction cases. For over... more
John Black has an extensive background and expertise in construction cases. For over 24 years, John has represented contractors, subcontractors, and owners in all aspects of industrial, public works and commercial construction. He has successfully litigated and arbitrated multi-million dollar disputes involving prisons, hospitals, schools, dams, military installations, and commercial projects.
Greg focuses his practice in the areas of Environmental and Natural Resources Law,... more
Greg focuses his practice in the areas of Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Tribal Environmental Law, and Construction Law. Greg has handled a variety of environmental matters, including complex superfund litigation and natural resource damages claims under CERCLA. He also frequently represents clients in stormwater citizen suit actions under the Clean Water Act (CWA), and assists... view profile
Mr. Nourse is the President, Managing Shareholder of Carney Badley Spellman and is... more
Mr. Nourse is the President, Managing Shareholder of Carney Badley Spellman and is co-chair of the firm's Construction Department. His practice involves all phases ofconstruction litigation and counseling. He is a panel member of the American Arbitration Association. He represents public and private owners, contractors, design professionals, subcontractors, insurance carriers, lenders and devel... view profile
Ryan Yahne practices primarily in the areas of Construction and Development law,... more
Ryan Yahne practices primarily in the areas of Construction and Development law, where he represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, sureties and design professionals in all types of commercial, residential, and public works matters. His practice also focuses on the area of Sustainable or Green Building law. Ryans experience ranges from construction contract formation and review... view profile
My practice focuses on land use and real estate law, with special emphasis on large... more
My practice focuses on land use and real estate law, with special emphasis on large master planned developments, residential subdivisions, business parks, and commercial developments. B.A. cum laude, Yale; J.D., Univ. of Wash. School of Law. Named one of Washington's "Super Lawyers" by Washington Law & Politics 1998-2007. Listed in The Best Lawyers in America.
Construction companies and developers use the services of construction / development lawyers. These lawyers handle bigger developments that involve many parties, regulations, and permits. For example, developers of big projects are often required to determine a project's environmental impact, as well as file paperwork, hold public hearings, obtain local government agency approval, maintain worksite safety standards, and negotiate project financing. Construction and development law firms ensure you meet all regulatory requirements and prepare the legal documents and contracts you need.