Lucio’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and appellate law. He takes pride in producing excellent briefing that clearly and forcefully supports his clients’ objectives. Lucio emphasizes professionalism and civility in working with opposing counsel and is consistently recognized for employing solution-oriented approaches to complex litigation, favoring results over unnecessary disputes.
Lucio has litigated a broad range of matters including federal qui tam investigations, class action defenses, white collar criminal defense, mass toxic torts, trade secret misappropriations, telecommunications service provider disputes, professional malpractice, school district tort liability, agricultural disputes, data breaches, government investigations into elected officials, and more. He handles these disputes for individuals, small local businesses, and Fortune 500 companies alike.
Super Lawyers has recognized Lucio as a Rising Star in Business Litigation each year since 2022. In 2022, he was featured in Puget Sound Business Journal’s inaugural Next Gen In Law section, which spotlights the best of the region’s up and coming lawyers who are helping the business community thrive. In 2023, he was recognized by The Best Lawyers in America as One to Watch for Commercial Litigation – an accolade he earned again in 2024, along with being recognized in two additional practice areas: Appellate Practice and Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Defendants.
Prior to joining Corr Cronin, Lucio clerked for the Honorable Steven González of the Washington Supreme Court. In 2021, when Justice González was elected by his peers to the role of Chief Justice – becoming the first Chief Justice of color in state history – González tapped Lucio to be his presenter at the swearing-in ceremony. Lucio is actively engaged in pro bono work. He sits on the board of the Joint Minority Mentorship Program and regularly attends events which provide mentorship to first-generation law students.
Lucio is fluent in Spanish and English, has a background in agriculture, and largely credits his work ethic to the many years spent working on his family’s farm in Eastern Washington.