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Holt Woods & Scisciani LLP

Holt Woods & Scisciani LLP is known for creative solutions and achieving great results for our clients throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. We pride ourselves in providing outstanding customer service, which all begins by understanding the nuisances of each individual case, developing a winning and efficient litigation strategy, providing early and accurate evaluations and timely reporting all new developments to our clients. We have found these customer-first principles have enabled our firm to achieve great results for our clients, whether that is through risk-management and evaluation, alternative dispute resolution or trial.

Recent Successes

Alaska Supreme Court Upholds the Jury’s Finding of No Causation in a Trip and Fall Case  

Congratulations to Kelsey Shewbert who prevailed in Robert T. Baum v. Home Depot, U.S.A., Inc. (Alaska Sup. Ct. No. 1836-July 21, 2021).  This matter involved a customer who tripped on pallets in the middle of the store aisle and fell, tearing his rotator cuff. 

The Washington Court of Appeals Upholds Washington’s Statute of Repose in Puget Sound Energy, Inc. v. Pilchuck Contractors, Inc. 

Congratulations Brandon Smith who recently scored a big win in Division I of the Washington Court of Appeals! This decision is not only a win for our client, but a success for construction companies and insurance carriers statewide.

Superior Court Denies Plaintiff’s Request for Trial De Novo Due to Failure to Comply With Statutory Requirements 

James Mendel recently prevailed on a motion to strike Plaintiff’s request for a trial de novo in Pierce County Superior Court. Defendant argued that Plaintiff’s request for a trial de novo should be stricken due to Plaintiff’s failure to perfect their request under RCW 7.06.050 because it was not signed by the Plaintiff himself as required under the statute.

Superior Court Denies Plaintiff’s Request for Trial De Novo Due to Failure to Comply With Statutory Requirements

James Mendel recently prevailed on a motion to strike Plaintiff’s request for a trial de novo in Pierce County Superior Court. Defendant argued that Plaintiff’s request for a trial de novo should be stricken due to Plaintiff’s failure to perfect their request under RCW 7.06.050 because it was not signed by the Plaintiff himself as required under the statute.

Jonathan Dirk Holt Litigation Attorney Seattle Portland

Featured Attorney: Jonathan Dirk Holt

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Dirk is a partner at Holt Woods & Scisciani LLP and a trial lawyer with a foundation of complex and commercial litigation, including construction defects, insurance defense, contract and business disputes, copyright and trademark infringement, personal injury, tort defense, premises liability, and professional and products liability.

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