Legal Solutions For Agricultural Interests In Washington
Scenic Yakima, Washington, is located in South Central Washington at the confluence of the Naches and Yakima Rivers. Yakima is the gateway to the Yakima Valley in one direction and the Cascade Mountains in the other. Yakima County ranks first in the United States in the number of all fruit trees. Yakima County agriculturists produce more apples, mint, winter pears, and hops than any other county. Additional agricultural products of importance in the area include peaches, apricots, cherries, beef, wheat and award winning wines. The Yakima, Washington, law firm of Carlson Boyd, PLLC, appreciates the agricultural diversity of the region, and has provided timely legal advice and cost-effective solutions to Washington families and businesses for years. Whether handling complex litigation under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act ("PACA") or a straightforward real estate transaction, our lawyers provide clients with outstanding legal advice, personalized representation, and unsurpassed results. Built on the principles of integrity, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness, our law firm focuses on the needs of our agricultural clients, who have businesses involving the production and processing of tree fruits, hops, mint, vegetables, livestock, dairy and wine. The Carlson Boyd Difference Carlson Boyd's continued pledge to deliver the highest quality legal services begins with our recognition of a lawyer's multi-faceted role as adviser, counselor, and advocate. We understand that the most aggressive, expensive, and time-consuming litigation strategy may not always be the best solution for each client. Not surprisingly, we have learned that most clients prefer to spend less money on legal services than spend more pursuing a win-at-all-costs strategy. In every situation, therefore, we seek to identify our client's primary objective, design a solution to fit that objective, and implement that solution in the most efficient, effective manner possible. We do this by applying the right combination of creativity, innovation, and commitment to each case that comes through our door. Our dedication to quality, understanding of complex litigation, trust and respect have forged long-standing relationships with clients throughout South Central Washington and beyond. For further information about the attorneys at Carlson Boyd, please contact us today.
230 South Second St., Ste. 202
Yakima WA 98901
Whether building or acquiring facilities or equipment, contemplating business mergers or acquisitions, contracting for the purchase or sale of goods and services,or developing policies we deliver solutions for our business and corporate clients.
At Carlson Boyd, we have litigated, arbitrated, and mediated a wide range of corporate, commercial, and related business disputes throughout Washington, including: -Agribusiness and agricultural law -Banking and finance -Business and commercial litigation -Consumer protection -Contracts and commercial transactions -Corporate, shareholder, and partnership disputes -Covenants not to compete -Director and officer liability -Landlord tenant -Leases -Real estate In addition to business and commercial litigation, the lawyers at Carlson Boyd are also experienced in all forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), including arbitration, mediation, neutral evaluation, and other methods approved or encouraged by a court. For further information, please contact us today.
-Real Estate Law
- Washington, 1987
-United States District Court for Western Washington (1988)
-United States District Court for Eastern Washington (1988)
-U.S. Bankruptcy Court Western District of Washington, 1988
-U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of Washington, 1988
-University of Puget Sound School of Law, Tacoma, Washington, 1987,
-University of Washington, 1982, B.A. Political Science
University of Puget Sound School of Law
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