EVAN L. LOEFFLER, principal at the Loeffler Law Group PLLC in Seattle, has extensive litigation experience and knowledge of the law to effectively represent tenants and landlords in Seattle and the surrounding counties. Mr. Loeffler is the author of the recently published Real Estate Closing Deskbook, Third Edition and multiple landlord-tenant law sections in the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual, published annually by the King County Bar Association, including the chapter on residential landlord-tenant law and co-author of the chapter on mobile home landlord-tenant law. Mr. Loeffler is a frequent presenter at professional education programs on the subject of ethics and landlord-tenant law. He was named a Washington Super Lawyer® by Washington Law and Politics and a Top Lawyer by Seattle Metropolitan magazine. Mr. Loeffler is a regular guest on KUOW’s “Weekday” radio program for a call-in show on landlord-tenant issues. He is a member of the King County Bar Association, the Washington State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Mr. Loeffler received his B.A. from Bennington College and his J.D. from Gonzaga University School of Law.
Scott R. Weaver - (Carney Badley Spellman):
SCOTT R. WEAVER, a principal of Carney Badley Spellman in Seattle, practices in the areas of commercial litigation, general civil litigation, real estate, and business. His litigation focus includes landlord-tenant disputes, real estate disputes, construction disputes, employment disputes, bankruptcy disputes, general business disputes, and collections. Mr. Weaver represents property owners, contractors, property managers, and small and large businesses. He frequently lectures and teaches other attorneys, property owners, and property managers on the subjects of commercial landlord-tenant litigation, bankruptcy, landlord-tenant law, and collecting from defaulting commercial tenants. Mr. Weaver was named as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in Washington State by Washington Rising Star magazine. He is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, the King County Bar Association, and the State Bar of California. Mr. Weaver received his B.B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of San Diego and his J.D. from UCLA School of Law.
Scott E Feir - (Montgomery Purdue Blankinship & Austin PLLC):
SCOTT E. FEIR, with Montgomery Purdue Blankinship & Austin PLLC in Seattle, practices in civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution for business and municipal clients. Mr. Feir litigates commercial matters in state and federal courts and in mediation and arbitration forums. He advises clients on and litigates real estate-related matters, including landlord-tenant relations, lease and license enforcement, fair housing and access claims, construction defect and lien claims, purchase and sale nondisclosure and misrepresentation, broker commission and standard of care issues, enforcement of restrictive covenants and easements, adverse possession claims, and boundary disputes. Mr. Feir regularly advises clients and litigates disputes concerning fiduciary-related matters involving trusts, probate estates, and guardianships, especially the recovery of misappropriated assets. He also maintains an active insurance coverage practice. Mr. Feir has represented individual and corporate insureds in a variety of coverage and bad faith matters. He has recovered millions of dollars from insurers who have denied defense and indemnity protection to their insureds. Mr. Feir is a frequent speaker on real estate issues, and he has published a number of articles regarding real estate-related topics and Washington landlord-tenant law. Mr. Feir earned his B.A., cum laude, at Seattle Pacific University and his J.D. at the University of Washington.
Travis Scott Eller - (Eller Law Firm PLLC):
TRAVIS SCOTT ELLER, of Eller Law Firm PLLC in Seattle, practices in landlord-tenant law as well as personal injury. Mr. Eller is a frequent presenter on landlord-tenant issues at continuing legal education seminars, and publishes a landlord-tenant blog. He earned the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s “Advocate” designation, and is a member of the Washington State Association for Justice and the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is a member of the high-IQ society MENSA and is very active in Toastmasters. Mr. Eller earned his two B.A. degrees at Tennessee Technological University and his J.D. at the University of Tennessee College of Law.