My practice encompasses the areas of commercial and business litigation,... more
My practice encompasses the areas of commercial and business litigation, professional malpractice defense, eminent domain, and employment law. I have tried numerous jury trials as lead counsel. I haverecently worked on cases involving construction litigation, Real Estate Commission disputes, eminent domain litigation, employment complaints filed with the Human Rights Commission and EEOC,... view profile
Jeff R. Sykes represents businesses and individuals with legal problems and in... more
Jeff R. Sykes represents businesses and individuals with legal problems and in litigation matters involving employment, contracts, insurance, personal injuries and real property. Mr. Sykes has 20 years experience as a litigation attorney. He received recognition from Best Lawyers®for his legal expertise in employment law. Mr. Sykes served on the Board of Directors of the Human Resource Assoc... view profile
Mr. Ramsden has over twenty years of experience as trial and appellate counsel in... more
Mr. Ramsden has over twenty years of experience as trial and appellate counsel in civil litigation in both state and federal courts in Washington and Idaho. Areas of practice include business litigation, medical negligence defense, products liability defense, personal injury law, governmental tort and civil rights issues, insurance law and professional malpractice defense.
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