2022 Chambers & Partners Recognizes OMRB as a Leading Washington Law Firm for Construction Law!
Thu Jun 2, 2022
Chambers & Partners recognized Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker in its 2022 Chambers USA Guide as a leading Washington firm in the area of construction law. OMRB serves clients throughout the country from offices in Washington, California, and Alaska. Individual attorneys Sam Baker and Doug Oles were also recognized for their outstanding legal contributions.
Chambers recognized Sam Baker, name partner in the Seattle office, among the top attorneys in the Washington construction category. Baker utilizes his extensive experience in construction, government contracts and commercial litigation to evaluate and resolve construction disputes involving complex, multi-party cases in Washington state and along the West Coast. He frequently appears in state and federal courts and represents clients in arbitration and mediation. Chambers reiterates the sentiment many clients of Sam’s clients have, “You couldn’t get a more knowledgeable construction attorney than Sam Baker.“
Doug Oles, partner in the Seattle office, was ranked among the top attorneys in the Washington construction category. With more than three decades of transactional, litigation and arbitration experience, Douglas Oles is a highly experienced construction lawyer who is frequently called upon to represent clients in disputes and non-contentious matters. He is adept at handling matters relating to large-scale infrastructure projects. Doug is deeply committed to helping his clients solve problems promptly and cost-efficiently. He helps his clients avoid and resolve disputes on a wide variety of complex public and private contracts in the construction, supply, energy and real estate development industries.
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