Corr Cronin Michelson Baumgardner & Preece LLP is recognized as one of the premier trial law firms in the Pacific Northwest, handling major cases in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Idaho for clients of all sizes – from individuals and regional companies to Fortune 500 corporations.
We combine the legal talent normally found in large law firms with the responsiveness and service of a boutique. Our founding partners are all former partners from the 200-lawyer firm of Bogle & Gates (including the former co-chairs of Bogle & Gates’ Litigation Department).
We have been fortunate to have been recognized for our work by the following publications:
- Global Law Experts: Named us 2011 Washington Litigation Law Firm of the Year.
- Chambers USA: Picked us as one of its "Leading Firms" in Washington for commercial litigation every year since 2003, and, in 2010, called us an "outstanding group" (the highest rating) and noted us as having been praised by sources as "lawyer-for-lawyer ... the finest firm in town." To read the reviews in Chambers USA, please click one of the following links: 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
- Benchmark America's Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys: Listed us as "Highly Recommended" (the highest rating) every year since 2008. Click to read the 2012 report.
- U.S. News & World Report: Included us in its 2010 and 2011 "Best Law Firms" editions with a "Tier 1" ranking (the highest possible) in Seattle for commercial litigation.
Above all else, we recognize that litigation is about results. Regardless of whether your dispute involves high-stakes class action defense, complex commercial issues, insurance coverage, products liability, professional negligence and securities litigation defense, employment law, entertainment litigation, or one of our many additional areas of expertise, our experienced approach to litigation delivers the service and results our clients have come to expect.
- Best Lawyers: Called us among Washington's best for commercial litigation, injury defense litigation, and "bet-the-company litigation."