United States: Eighteen WK&G Attorneys Named Super Lawyers for 2003 Seattle, WA - (Aug. 4, 2003)
Last Updated: October 28 2003

Washington Law & Politics magazine has named eighteen Williams, Kastner & Gibbs PLLC attorneys as Super Lawyers® for 2003, representing Washington's top lawyers as chosen by their peers. The list includes approximately five percent of attorneys in the state.

Randy Aliment is a Member in the Seattle office. His practice focuses on Asbestos, Corporate Governance, Environmental Law, International, and Commercial Litigation.

Kim Baker is a Member in the Seattle office. Kim's practice emphasizes Health Care law, Labor & Employment, Drug & Medical Device, and Professional Liability.

Tim Blue is a Member in the Seattle office. Tim is a trial lawyer, focusing on Product Liability defense, Professional Liability defense, and other complex Civil Litigation.

Jerry Creim is a Member in the Seattle office, and also heads the firm's Business Department. His practice focuses on Business, Tax & Financial Services, Corporate Governance, and Real Estate law.

Mark Davidson is a Member and the firm's Managing Director in the Seattle office. Mark’s practice concentrates on Alternative Dispute Resolution, Litigation, and Real Estate law.

Jerry Edmonds is a Member in the Seattle office. His practice areas include Corporate Governance, Health Care, Insurance, Commercial and General Litigation.

Amy Thompson Forbis is a Member in the Tacoma office. Her areas of expertise include Alternative Dispute Resolution, Health Care, Insurance and Commercial Litigation.

Matt Green is a Member in the Seattle office. Matt's practice focuses on Business, Tax & Financial Services, Collections, Construction, Insolvency, and Commercial Litigation.

Arley Harrel is a Member in the Seattle office and heads the firm's Litigation Department. His work focuses on Commercial and General Litigation, Product Liability, and Real Estate law.

Doug Hofmann is a Member in the Seattle office. Doug's practice includes Construction, Health Care, Insurance, Commercial and General Litigation, and Product Liability.

John Knox is a Member in the Seattle office. His practice emphasizes Admiralty & Maritime, Construction, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Litigation, and Product Liability.

Bill Mays is a Member in the Tacoma office. Bill's work focuses on Health Care, Commercial Litigation, and Product Liability.

John Rosendahl is a Member in the Tacoma office. His work focuses on Health Care, Insurance, Commercial and General Litigation.

Christopher Shank is a Member in the Seattle office. His practice focuses exclusively on Family Law.

David Smith is a Member in the Seattle office. David's practice emphasizes Corporate Governance, Health Care, Commercial Litigation, Professional Liability, Transportation, and White-Collar Crime.

Mary Spillane is a Member in the Seattle office. Her practice areas include Appellate, Health Care, Product Liability and Professional Liability.

Kristina Udall is a Member in the Seattle office. Kristina's practice focuses on Business, Tax & Financial Services, Estate Planning, and NonProfit/Tax-Exempt Organizations.

Sheryl Willert is a Member in the Seattle office. Her practice areas include Alternative Dispute Resolution, Labor & Employment, Commercial Litigation, and Professional Liability. Sheryl is also the President of the Defense Research Institute.

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