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TBS Client Swinomish Tribe Welcomes Federal Court Ruling in Lawsuit Against BNSF

Swinomish BNSF

Fidalgo Island – The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community today welcomed a decision from the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington in support of the Tribe’s summary judgment motion against BNSF Railway (BNSF). In today’s ruling, the court found that the Tribe’s lawsuit against BNSF is not preempted by the Interstate Commerce […]

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Associate Attorney Leaf K. Williams Joins Tousley Brain Stephens

Tousley Brain Stephens PLLC

Seattle – November 17, 2016 – Tousley Brain Stephens is pleased to announce the addition of Leaf Williams as the firm’s newest associate attorney. “We are excited to welcome Leaf to Tousley Brain Stephens,” said Janissa A. Strabuk, managing member of the firm. “Her background and experience managing complex litigation for clients in sectors from […]

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TBS Advises On Sale of Western Wholesale Supply

Western Wholesale

TBS congratulates Blaine Sorenson on his sale of Western Wholesale Supply to Multi-Craft Plastics Washington Inc. Western Wholesale Supply has been a leading supplier of A-frame signs and sign making materials since 1994. Multi-Craft Plastics Washington Inc. is a subsidiary of Multi-Craft Plastics Inc., a third-generation family business founded in 1946 in Portland, Oregon. The […]

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Three TBS lawyers named 2017 The Best Lawyers in America©

Tousley Brain Stephens PLLC

We are pleased to announce that three Tousley Brain Stephens PLLC attorneys, Kim Stephens, Chris Brain and Chase Alvord, have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the U.S. News 23nd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. In addition, special recognition was given to Kim Stephens as the 2017 Seattle Real Estate Litigation “Lawyer of […]

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TBS Facilitates Olympic Hot Tub Company Sale

Olympic Hot Tub

In another example of the firm’s commitment to facilitating win-win transactions, Olympic Hot Tub Company was sold by its founders Blair Osborn and Alice Cunningham to longtime director of sales and operations, Don Riling. Osborn and Cunningham started Olympic Hot Tub in 1978 and made it the Northwest’s premier home hot tub and sauna retailer. […]

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TBS Facilitates J&M Machine Acquisition

J&M Machine

Tousley Brain Stephens would like to congratulate TBS client J&M Machine LLC and its founder Marjorie Langton, on J&M’s acquisition by Liberty Hall Capital Partners. J&M will be integrated into the LaCroix Industries division of Accurus Aerospace Corporation, a leading manufacturer of high-quality aircraft parts and services. The transaction closed on May 31. J&M’s transaction […]

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TBS Facilitates Latest Epic Asset Management Acquisition

Epic Asset Management

Tousley Brain Stephens is pleased to announce the successful acquisition of the Sedona 80 Apartment project by John Stephanus and his team at Epic Asset Management. The $12.9 million sale, which closed on May 11, is the third transaction over the last 16 months that TBS has worked with Mr. Stephanus. “We’re thrilled to lead […]

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Associate Attorney Noelle L. Chung joins Tousley Brain Stephens

Tousley Brain Stephens PLLC

Seattle – April 18, 2016 – Tousley Brain Stephens is pleased to announce the addition of Noelle Chung as the firm’s newest associate. With her extensive litigation experience, Noelle further strengthens TBS’s position as a leader in commercial litigation, business, and real estate. “We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Noelle to TBS,” said Janissa […]

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TBS Investigates The Private Advisory Group and Aequitas Capital Management


Tousley Brain Stephens is investigating allegations that Chris Bean and his investment firm The Private Advisory Group, based in Redmond, Washington, mishandled investor funds by investing in Aequitas Capital Management. Aequitas has defaulted on payments due to investors. It is alleged that Chris Bean and his company should have known Aequitas was a risky investment, […]

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