A Seattle law firm with a nationally recognized litigation practice and a renowned Pacific Northwest transaction practice.
Recovered for Our Clients
Adapting to the needs of our clients
Founded in 1978 as a real estate boutique law firm, Tousley Brain Stephens offers sophisticated litigation, transaction, and real estate services. Expanding over the years to meet client needs, our attorneys are nationally recognized in a multitude of complimentary areas including litigation, securities, condemnation, and intellectual property. Our complex civil litigation experience has allowed us to excel in our nationwide class action practice, where we have recovered more than a billion dollars for our clients. Whether clients need a superb trial lawyer or a knowledgeable business advisor, Tousley Brain Stephens is the go-to law firm.
Trusted to resolve the toughest cases
Many of our clients are referred to us by other lawyers, judges, and accountants. We are often hired to litigate cases other law firms have been unable to resolve. We serve our clients regardless of size and matter, efficiently and cost-effectively. We are entrepreneurial and share the risks and benefits of our legal advice through alternative fee arrangements where appropriate.
Knowledgable, dedicated attorneys
Our lawyers are smart, experienced, dedicated and creative advocates and counselors. They have excellent judgment and are business savvy. They are passionate about helping clients resolve problems and achieve success. Whether we are hired to handle a transaction or to litigate a dispute, the lawyers at Tousley Brain Stephens are trusted advisors to whom clients can turn for practical advice.
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