Megan Cook's Oregon and Washington litigation practice focuses on defending personal and catastrophic injury claims. She has defended a wide variety of businesses and individuals in personal injury, construction defect, asbestos and professional liability cases. In addition, she has experience in environmental, insurance, business, real estate, and land use law.
Keith Gillette brings a unique perspective to the practice of law. As a degreed engineer with a decade of experience in the field of Marine (mechanical) Engineering, he brings a critical eye to the technical aspects of legal issues. Keith's focus is trial practice in both California and Nevada encompassing admiralty, trucking, product liability, intellectual property, and large-exposure tort litigation. Keith has been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell with its Client Distinction Award, an exclusive recognition given to only the top 1% of practicing attorneys.
Michael is the recipient of the Washington Defense Trial Lawyers 2016 President's Award for his contributions to the civil justice system. His insurance experience includes representing leading insurance and reinsurance companies in coverage and bad faith litigation involving many different lines of insurance products, including commercial general liability, professional liability, homeowners and property and casualty.