Litigation is about results
For two decades, Corr Cronin has set the standard for high-stakes litigation in the Pacific Northwest. Our attorneys are consistently ranked among the best in their field, and the firm is recognized time and again as one of the top litigation firms in Seattle.
We are trial lawyers, first and foremost. We go to court, we try cases, and we win. Corr Cronin’s practice areas are as broad as the clients and cases that take us to courtrooms across the country.
Founded by former big law partners, we combine the sophistication and expertise of a big firm with the lean and client-centered focus of a boutique. Our mission is simple: win.
“The team is business and solution-oriented, providing candid, clear and actionable advice.”
“The client service at the firm is great. The lawyers fight to win, and are smart and practical.”
“This company is a no-nonsense litigation firm which tells it like it is, whether you like it or not. I highly recommend them.”
“[Corr Cronin] is experienced. The lawyers give practical advice at an extremely good value. They are efficient.”
–Laura Buckland, T-Mobile U.S.A., Inc.
“[Corr Cronin] is our ‘go to’ Seattle firm for top rate litigators at reasonable rates.”
Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
Class Action/Mass Tort
Insurance Coverage Litigation
Real Estate & Environmental Litigation
Corr Cronin has been a member of Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) for several years, and we were honored to participate in several recent events. Hosted by the WTIA’s Cascadia Blockchain Council and the Department of Financial Institutions (“DFI”), John Bender kicked off last fall’s State of Blockchain and FinTech in Washington Town Hall with opening remarks focusing on the vital role played by DFI in regulating the growing blockchain industry in Washington State. John’s presentation was followed by presentations by several DFI representatives, including Ali Higgs, Director of Regulatory and Legal Affairs, Nathan Quigley, Financial Legal Examiner with the Division of Securities, and Dew Bouton, Director of Legislative Policy. Watch a video of the event here; John’s talk begins at minute 1:50…
At a recent Trial Network event, partner Blake Marks-Dias hosted a breakout session titled “Wage and Hour Class Action Trends and Developments.” Guests from Microsoft and Costco facilitated the discussion, which covered recent trends and developments affecting wage and hour class actions, including arbitration clause enforceability, strategies for defeating class certifications, strategic discovery and motions practice, and settlement considerations.
It’s no surprise that many of the greatest trial lawyers’ careers were inspired by high school debate. That’s the case with Corr Cronin partner Blake Marks-Dias, who was interviewed in the latest edition of The Trial Network’s quarterly newsletter. In the “Get to Know” feature, Blake delves into his leadership style, client service, motivations, and more.
Corr Cronin is pleased to share that we are among the 113 law firms most frequently recommended by general counsel in 2022, according to The BTI Consulting Group. The list, part of BTI’s 20th Annual Survey of General Counsel, is based exclusively on 340 in-depth interviews with top legal decision makers at organizations with more than $700 million in revenue; law firms do not participate in the research process.
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Corr Cronin handles all aspects of civil litigation for individuals and regional clients to Fortune 500 corporations, in an array of business-related practice areas. We represent top tier clients in high-stakes litigation throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Corr Cronin Attorney John Bender Quoted in Law360 Article Covering Cases to Watch in the Hospitality Sector
Corr Cronin attorney John Bender has again been recognized as a thought leader in hospitality industry laws. The Law360 article “Hospitality Cases to Watch in 2023,” published January 2, 2023, profiles cases involving the hospitality sector that could significantly impact case law.