Disclaimer - Copyright Byrnes Keller Cromwell 2007
Byrnes Keller Cromwell concentrates exclusively in litigation. Our areas of trial practice include complex commercial disputes, securities, antitrust, business torts, professional liability, intellectual property, insurance-related matters, product liability, personal injury, and white-collar criminal defense. The firm has been involved in many of the major cases in the Pacific Northwest, ranging from representing a significant portion of the Alaska seafood processing industry in the Exxon Valdez oil spill litigation to a central role as trial counsel in the Washington Medicaid recoupment tobacco litigation. One of the highest compliments to the firm comes from its peers: A number of the Pacific Northwest’s leading law firms frequently select Byrnes Keller Cromwell as their professional liability defense counsel. The firm is also honored to serve as Special Counsel to the Washington Commission on Judicial Conduct, investigating and trying cases of judicial misconduct.
Our ability to promptly deliver quality representation is directly attributable to the experience, abilities and dedication of our lawyers. The firm’s founding partners are both Fellows in the American College of Trial Lawyers. The firm has tried numerous high profile, high stakes jury cases, and has a wealth of courtroom experience. It is respected for its deep trial experience and determination to go to court when necessary, is regarded as the "first stop" in matters such as product liability and professional liability, and its partners are sought after arbitrators, mediators, and special masters.*
We endeavor to offer an alternative to the multi-layer management approach to commercial litigation by streamlining the litigation team, emphasizing lean staffing, focused and efficient discovery, active engagement with our clients throughout the case, and constant focus upon preparing the case for trial. The overarching goal of this approach is to deliver efficient, skilled and quality representation with a strong practical bent that reflects the economics of each case.
* Source: Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, 2006 Client’s Guide