The Legislative Committee of the ADR Section is holding a public forum on the proposed Washington International Commercial Arbitration Act - new RCW 7.04 B.The purpose of the forum is to introduce the proposed act, to discuss the act and the advisability of adoption of the act by the state of Washington. There will be a short presentation on the proposal and the provisions of the act provisions. We will also have comments by interested parties, organizations and individuals who have been…See More
"Of the early October dates, the 7th works best for me. On the 10th I'll be in Portland hosting two panel presentations on disability diversity in the legal profession at Lewis & Clark College and at Perkins Coie's Portland…"
"I'm happy to volunteer as presenter, unfortunately I will be out of country from Aug. 27 to Sept 15.
As for a forum, depending on date and availability, I could reserve a conference room at Perkins Coie (1201 Third Ave, Suite 4900).…"
Jared focuses his practice on international commercial arbitration and complex products liability litigation. He has a specific experience with disputes involving technologically complex products in the aerospace industry, including commercial satellites. Jared is an adjunct professor of law, teaching Advanced International Commercial Arbitration at Seattle University School of Law.
In addition to litigating international disputes involving technologically complex products in the aerospace industry, Jared regularly counsels clients on drafting effective arbitration clauses for their international contracts in the aerospace, computer, licensing, and semiconductor industries. Jared also has substantial experience advising satellite manufacturers in their negotiation of satellite procurement agreements.
Away from the office, Jared devotes significant time and energy to the community. Jared is a longstanding member of the firm’s community service committee, an active contributor to the United Way of King County, and has served on the board of directors for three Seattle-based non-profit organizations that are committed to improving the lives of disabled children and adults.