Leslie Nellermoe’s practice focuses on contaminated property and waste management issues. She advises clients on the cost-effective cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated property under state and federal authorities.
For 30 years, Leslie has represented owners and operators of commercial and industrial facilities, small and large buyers, sellers and lenders involved in contaminated property cleanups and transactions in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, Oklahoma, and Missouri. Her work includes cleanup cost allocation, mediation, and litigation, and the defense of suits brought by neighbors of unpopular facilities. More →
Mike is an experienced litigator who has represented some of the world’s largest companies in groundbreaking and complex litigation. Mike’s practice is focused on complex commercial litigation, insurance recovery, and environmental litigation. He is a nationally recognized expert in the field of insurance recovery, representing insureds in coverage litigation and general business litigation in state and federal courts throughout the country. More →
David has over 20 years of experience working in all aspects of trial and appellate litigation. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation with an emphasis in insurance recovery, environmental litigation, mass torts and product liability. David has represented a diverse clientele, ranging from some of the Northwest’s and nation’s largest companies to individuals and small to midsize businesses. More →
Jacqui is a litigator with experience in a variety of practice areas, including insurance recovery, environmental litigation, labor and employment, and child welfare. She has represented individuals, small and large companies, and the State of Washington, in state and federal courts as well as administrative actions. Jacqui gained extensive trial experience as an Assistant Attorney General, representing the Department of Social and Health Services in cases pertaining to abused and neglected children, and vulnerable adults.