Jeremy is an experienced civil defense attorney with a keen instinct for finding simple solutions to complicated legal issues. His clients rely on him to be their strategic partner in preventing and mitigating risk during all stages of the litigation process. He is a seasoned trial attorney who has handled federal and state court cases throughout Washington and Oregon.
Jeremy's legal career started in 2004 as a judicial law clerk for Chief Justice Gerry L. Alexander where he assisted in drafting legal opinions for the Washington State Supreme Court. He then began his practice of law and has since represented hospitals in medical malpractice actions, railroad industry clients in FELA and environmental matters, businesses in employment discrimination cases, carriers in coverage and first-party matters, and companies and individuals in various general liability matters.
Jeremy believes everyone should have equal access to justice and the court system. In addition to his law practice, Jeremy serves as a Judge Pro Tem (part-time) in one of Washington’s District Courts. He serves as an arbitrator for the Mandatory Arbitration Departments in King and Pierce Counties. He is a member of the Washington State Bar Association’s Character & Fitness Board and a volunteer with the King County “Partnership for Youth Justice” Program where qualifying youth participate in diversion hearings, an alternative to formal juvenile court proceedings.
- A.B., Brown University, 2001
- J.D., Washington University School of Law, 2004
- State of Washington
- State of Oregon
- United States District Court - Western District of Washington
- United States District Court - Eastern District of Washington
- United States District Court - District of Oregon
- United States Court of Appeals - Ninth Circuit
Upholding Civility: A Lawyer’s Challenge & Obligation,
King County Bar Association Bar Bulletin, Vol. 35, No. 10 (June 2017)
Self-Driving Cars: Who’s Liable when Software is Behind the Wheel,
Claims Magazine, Vol. 63, No. 12 (December 2015), reprinted in Eric A. Wiening & David D. Thamann, Personal Auto Policy Coverage Guide, at 212 (4th ed. 2016)
What’s Behind the Wall? Ethical Guidelines for Investigating Social Media Sites,
Claims Magazine, Vol. 63, No. 7 (July 2015)
Living on the Fat of the Land: How to Have Your Burger and Sue It Too,
81 Wash. U. L.Q. 859 (2003)