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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Lawyers in America - Real Estate Law||N/A||2007|
|Seattle Top Lawyer||N/A||2003|
|Seattle Top Lawyer||N/A||2002|
|Seattle Top Lawyer||N/A||2001|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|King County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Washington State Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|University of Puget Sound School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1983|
|Duke University||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1978|
|Hot Issues in Real Estate and Land Use Development||Innovation in Real Estate Brokerage - What the Future Holds||2007|
|Law Seminars International. Real Estate Purchase and Sales||Agency Duties and Liabilities: Real Estate Practice of Agency as Defined by Statute||2006|
Posted by Ryan
We retained Mr. Osborn to arbitrate a rather detailed lawsuit. It became clear during arbitration that he had only reviewed a portion of documentation presented to him, focusing on the "big picture" because he seemed short on time (his delays, as he claimed, were the result of a hunting accident, followed by a week-long bout with the flu). His arbitration award was so off the wall that both parties decided to hash out a settlement agreement separate from the arbitration award - even though the arbitration award had no option to appeal. Imagine a case where the recipient of an arbitrator's award decides to settle in lieu of seek a judgment! It's possible, if that arbitrator is Chris Osborn. He might be a good lawyer, but as an arbitrator, I would avoid.
Matthew Davis, Business Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Chris has no equal in residential real estate law. He seizes victory when it is to be had, but won't pursue hopeless causes. He also happens to be a very effective mediator in real estate matters. When Chris speaks, people listen.
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