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For the past 30 years, she has represented businesses and individuals interfacing with the government; she helps businesses and individuals obtain all types of zoning and land use permits, assists individuals facing government compliance and penalty actions and represents individuals with property disputes about easements, boundaries and adverse possession. She also obtains licenses for all types of business enterprises. Ms. Koler frequently challenges arbitrary requirements associated with government compliance and land use permitting. See Guimont v. Clark, 121 Wn.2d 586 (Washington Supreme Court invalidated state law imposing mobile home relocation fee on developer); Berst v. Snohomish...
Legal advice and legal services on environmental, land use, natural resource, real estate, and business matters. Providing legal advice, advocacy services, civil litigation services, and government relations services. Works at Cascade Pacific Law. Our clients come to us because we know the law, we are creative, and we help our clients solve problems. We are adept at finding balanced and effective solutions that meet our clients’ objectives. As a small law firm, we are nimble, client-focused, and can evolve to meet our clients’ needs.
Attorney with general practice focusing on real estate (agricultural, commercial, and residential) and business transactions, probate, estate planning, landlord-tenant, and creditor’s rights with a wide variety of clients including banks, contractors, credit unions, dentists, landlords, orchardists, petroleum distributors, physicians, realtors, restaurateurs, and vintners.
Mr. Hummer is lawyer in Yakima, Washington whose practice emphasizes civil litigation, business, real estate, bankruptcy, probate, and estate planning. Mr. Hummer is committed to providing distinguished representation and insightful advice to his clients.
Brian was raised in Pasco and graduated from Pasco High School in 1993. He attended Washington State University and graduated with a B.A. in History/Education. Brian found a great deal of satisfaction serving the community as a public school teacher at Southridge High School. He enjoyed teaching US Government, US History, advising the National Honor Society and coaching Boys Basketball. After a ten year career in education and many fond memories, Brian left the area to attend Michigan State University College of Law where he excelled academically and served as President of his class. Brian was eventually hired by MSU...
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