Why CH&?
The reason is simple: to better communicate the unique relationship we’ve enjoyed with our clients since 1987.

CH& represents our ideals of client service—listening to your needs, offering deep understanding across a broad range of industries, leading the way in developing innovative solutions, and always providing you with the best possible legal services in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

It’s a way of working that’s been working for more than two decades. And it’s one thing that will never change.

$12 Million Verdict Awarded to Port of Tacoma, Maytown Sand and Gravel
07/18/2014 - A Lewis County jury has awarded the largest land use related verdict in the State’s history to Maytown Sand and Gravel Company and the Port of Tacoma, due to illegal interference from the Thurston County Board of Commissioners and County staff.  Cairncross attorney Jed Powell acted as lead counsel for Maytown Sand and Gravel Company.

John Hempelmann Moderates "Who is in the Forefront of Transit Oriented Development?"
07/16/2014 -
John Hempelmann at Podium John Hempelmann moderated NAIOP’s July Breakfast Program, "Who is in the Forefront of Transit Oriented Development?" on Wednesday, July 16 at the Seattle Four Seasons. The discussion focused around the development of the Capitol Hill Link light rail station, as well as what steps might be taken after it is completed in 2016.  If you are interested in learning more about our involvement with Seattle area TOD, visit Cairncross & Hempelmann's Transit Oriented Development practice group page.  

Matt Hanna Moderates "Future of the Waterfront: The Rise of Pioneer Square" Tuesday, June 17
06/17/2014 -
Matt Hanna Moderates Future of WaterfrontMatt Hanna moderated "Future of the Waterfront: The Rise of Pioneer Square," on Tuesday, June 17 at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. As plans for the huge overhaul of the Waterfront develop, so too does the potential for growth in Pioneer Square. Bisnow and their panel of experts discussed the breakdown of the new Waterfront projects, the new development and investment opportunities popping up, and how the landscape of the city will be dramatically changed by this unprecedented reworking of the iconic Seattle Waterfront. As always, attendees enjoyed breakfast, networking, and plenty of schmooze time!