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- Christopher M. Rosfjord
- OSHA Issues New Guidelines for Whistleblower Case Settlements
- Local EB-5 VISA Fraud
- One-year statute of limitations – Embezzlement
- National Whistleblower Appreciation Day
- Federal Anti-kickback Statutes
- Regulatory Compliance: It’s the Little Things…
- Fair Chance – Washington
- WA Consumer Protection Law applies extraterritorially
- Collapse of building for insurance purposes
- Waiver Under Washington’s Deed of Trust Act Permitted Where Technical Violations Did Not Harm Plaintiff
Christopher M. Rosfjord
Business Lawyer and Litigator
Chris assists business with legal issues related both to litigation and business transactions. He completed his Juris Doctorate cum laude at the Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska in 2005. He received his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2001. After passing the Washington State Bar in 2006, Chris began practicing law in the Seattle area. He is an experienced litigator, having tried criminal and civil matters to both judge and jury. He is also experienced in bankruptcy law and estate planning. Chris joined the firm in June of 2010. He practices in Washington State in both the Eastern and Western Districts. Most of his work is in the Puget Sound Region including Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue and Everett. His focus is litigation including small and medium businesses in court.
Telephone: 425-673-0300 extension 608.
Chris attempts to respond without charge to all short email questions. Please do not send any confidential information unless you have formally established an attorney client relationship with our firm.
Licenses and Certifications
Attorney at Law, Washington State
United States District Court for the Western District of Washington
State Court Admissions
Juris Doctor, cum laude, Creighton University School of Law, Omaha, Nebraska (2005)
Bachelor of Arts, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana (2001)
Washington State Bar Association, 2010
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