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Ryan Swanson lawyers provide counsel to community associations in many areas, including litigation and general counsel work. In addition, we are a full-service law firm with real estate, business and employment law practice groups, among others.
We distinguish ourselves among our community association clients by combining creative problem solving with a common-sense approach. Our constant focus is to provide clients with sound advice and practical solutions in a cost-effective manner.
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Jo M. Flannery, Chair and Of Counsel
Jo M. Flannery
Jo Flannery leads Ryan, Swanson & Cleveland's Community Associations practice, and is a member of the Litigation and Real Estate departments. Raised by a real estate agent, and a former Realtor herself, Jo has a particular interest in real property law.
Robert J. Curran, Member
Robert J. Curran
Bob's litigation practice focuses on commercial disputes that involve business torts, real estate, construction and personal injury. He's tried numerous cases in state and federal court and has successfully handled appeals before state appellate courts and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Recently, in a series of fraud and securities cases, he obtained several multi-million dollar judgments and settlements for clients.
John T. Petrie, Member
John T. Petrie
John joined Ryan, Swanson & Cleveland in 1993 after 20 years of practice with his own firm in Seattle. He represents developers, contractors, title insurance companies and lenders in a broad range of real estate matters, as well as representing policyholders in insurance coverage litigation.
Richard P. Lentini, Member
Britenae Pierce, Member
Britenae is a full-time litigator in the firm's Litigation and Employment groups. She handles a wide range of general litigation matters from inception through arbitration, trial, and any state or federal appeal process. Britenae litigates general contract disputes, complex commercial disputes, and title insurance matters.