Our team’s ability to understand the needs of our clients and our depth of experience in complex real estate financing and structure allowed us to successfully support MainStreet Property Group.
Honors acknowledge excellence and strengthen ties between architects and the many professions that partner with them to make a difference through design.
CH&’s bankruptcy attorney John Rizzardi and business litigation attorney Stephen VanDerhoef were once again selected to the Washington Super Lawyers Top 100 list. The complete list of CH& attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers is below.
This meeting unites next generation lawyers who are members of Mackrell International from across the country to discuss professional development and business development opportunities in an interactive manner to develop relationships and benefit from one another’s expertise.
This forum will focus on the current state of office investment and development across Seattle and the future of the office itself.
On May 21, 2019, Governor Inslee signed the recently passed Washington State Senate Bill 5998 (“SB 5998”), which will impose new rates and rules for real estate excise taxes (“REET”) in Washington State beginning January 1, 2020.
The Washington State Legislature has passed a new Bill that restricts noncompete agreements. The Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1450 (“ESHB 1450” or the “Noncompete Bill”), ratified by Governor Inslee on May 8, 2019, places new parameters on noncompete agreements. The law will go into effect on January 1, 2020.
Representing Dick’s Drive-In and a coalition of property owners, CH& attorney John Hempelmann attended the recent Sound Transit Board meeting which voted 15-2 in favor of removing the Kent Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) properties, including Dick’s Drive-In, from sites to be studied for the 30-acre Operations and Maintenance Facility.