Deborah Nelson is a Past President of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association.... more
Deborah Nelson is a Past President of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association. She has been honored by her peers receiving the "Super Lawyer" designation from Washington Law Politics each year since 2003. Deborah's professionalism and passion for her clients are hallmarks of her law practice. She focuses her plaintiff's personal injury practice on brain injury cases,catastrophic persona... view profile
John Tondini (AV rated by Martindale) has practiced law in Seattle since 1989. His... more
John Tondini (AV rated by Martindale) has practiced law in Seattle since 1989. His federal and state court trial practice includes representing plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation matters. Additionally, he counsels clients on joint ventures, trade practices, antitrust and consumer issues. In 2001 and 2012 he chaired the WSBA Antitrust, Consumer Protection and Unfair Business Practic... view profile
Mary DePaolo Haddad is counsel at Andrews-Skinner, P.S. where her practice at... more
Mary DePaolo Haddad is counsel at Andrews-Skinner, P.S. where her practice at focuses on litigation with a particular emphasis on professional-liability, construction and employment claims at the trial and appellate level. She is an experienced advocate who vigorously represents her clients toward a cost conscious resolution.
Grant has served as the managing shareholder at Forsberg & Umlauf, P.S. since... more
Grant has served as the managing shareholder at Forsberg & Umlauf, P.S. since January 1, 2012. His tort and insurance practice includes defense of construction site injury, construction defect, professional liability, product and premises liability, and commercial claims. Grant’s practice concentrates on the defense of contractors facing both personal injury and building defect/war... view profile
Professional responsibility rules govern the ethical standards of licensed professionals such as attorneys and doctors. Such professionals may be disciplined for bad conduct, like mismanaging a case or mishandling a client's money. Ethics lawyers, also called professional responsibility lawyers, are experts in these rules and can help both professionals and the public understand if a professional’s licensing obligations have been met.