also known as Zach Hiatt
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Zach is a member of Graham & Dunn's Natural Resources, Energy & Manufacturing Industries team. His principal areas of practice include environmental and natural resources law, land use, and eminent domain. During Zach's time at Graham & Dunn, he has had the opportunity to play a key role in various natural resources, environmental, and land use matters ranging from Endangered Species Act litigation, to major industrial accidents, to high-profile land use disputes. He has been selected as a "Rising Star" for environmental law in Washington for the past three years, and was recently featured in Super Lawyers magazine for his outstanding pro bono work. Earlier this year, Zach was elected as Secretary of the King County Bar Association's Environmental and Land Use Section.
Zach brings to Graham & Dunn a legal education rooted in a strong technical background. Prior to attending law school, he earned a degree in Biology and worked for several years in the Biotechnology industry. This strong technical background allows Zach to better understand his clients' business and legal needs in the often-technical fields of environmental and natural resources law. His environmental practice includes all aspects of regulatory compliance and permitting, contaminated properties, insurance coverage, enforcement and litigation, and emergency response.
Zach also works with our Condemnation practice team and has significant experience representing both municipal agencies and property owners in condemnation proceedings. Although Zach's practice focuses primarily on litigation, he also handles transactional matters, with experience in environmental and real estate due diligence. Finally, Zach is a member of Graham & Dunn's Green Tech practice team and contributes regularly to the team's blog at www.wagreentech.com.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star - Environmental Law||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2012|
|Rising Star - Environmental Law||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2011|
|Rising Star - Environmental Law||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2010|
|Shareholder||Graham & Dunn, PC||2006 - Present|
|Summer Associate||Graham & Dunn, PC||2005 - 2006|
|Legal Intern||Seattle City Attorney's Office||2005 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|King County Bar Association, Environmental and Land Use Section||Secretary||2012 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|American Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|ALI-ABA Course of Study||What Happens When The Project Fails?||2007|
|Proceedings of the Institute on Planning, Zoning, and Eminent Domain||Nichols on Eminent Domain||2007|
|Over and Under: A Practical Guide to the Condemnation of Aerial Guideway and Tunnel Easements||Proceedings of the Institute on Planning, Zoning, and Eminent Domain||2006|
|King County Bar Association||Eminent Domain; Washington Lawyers’ Practice Manual (Part Eighteen)||2005|
|University of Washington School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2006|
|Pacific Lutheran University||Biology||BS - Bachelor of Science||1999|