Garth Dano has been practicing in Moses Lake, WA since 1980. Garth, a true Eastern Washington man, was born and raised in Ellensburg, Washington. A Gonzaga University School of Law graduate, Garth has over 30 years of experience as a trial lawyer. In 2000, Garth was honored by the Washington State Bar, and his peers when he was awarded the coveted Washington State Bar Association Courage Award. A Trial Lawyer's College graduate, Garth is a member of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Washington Foundation for Criminal Justice, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, American Trial Lawyers Association, and Trial Lawyers for Public Justice. Garth, a nominee for inclusion in Washington Super Lawyers for both 2011 and 2012, is one of the finest and most respected trial lawyers in the region. He is the cornerstone of this firm and represents a family who has devoted almost a century of combined commitment to the practice of law and the community of Moses Lake. We are indebted to Garth, his father, Harry, and all of the Dano family for building an infallible reputation from which this firm can expand.
"Garth exemplifies the best the legal profession has to offer. Garth Dano, as a human being, as an attorney whose actions should make all attorneys proud to be a member of the legal profession, has my endearing respect for not only taking the oath of attorney, but for living that oath." --Salvador A. Mungia, Attorney at Law (Gordon Thomas Honeywell LLP)
"Congratulations on your selection by the Washington State Bar Association for the Courageous Award. This honor was well-deserved." --Justice Philip A. Talmadge, Washington State Supreme Court Click here
"On behalf of the Gonzaga Law School community, I congratulate you on receiving the Washington State Bar Association's Courageous Award. This is a great honor and all of us are extremely proud of your accomplishment." --John E. Clute, former Dean, Gonzaga School of Law
"As a career trial lawyer, I enjoy watching good lawyers at work. As I approach retirement, I would like to commend a few lawyers who have done exceptional work before the Washington Supreme Court. You are one of those exceptional lawyers." --Justice Tom Chambers, Washington State Supreme Court
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This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2022.
Reprimand issued in WA, 2022
updated on 02/10/2023
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