Joshua B. Lane
Top Rated Construction Litigation Attorney in Seattle, WA
Joshua B. Lane is a skilled litigator with an established record of success for his clients. He concentrates his practice on representing clients in construction, real estate, and complex commercial disputes in both state and federal courts, as well as in private mediation and arbitration. He represents general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers from contract drafting though contract disputes, as well as property owners with all manner of defect and related insurance claims.
Mr. Lane is admitted to practice in Alaska State, Washington State, and in the United States District Courts for the Western and Eastern Districts of Washington.
Prior to joining Ahlers Cressman & Sleight, Josh served as a judicial law clerk for Associate Chief Justice Charles Johnson of the Washington Supreme Court, extern for Chief Justice Mary Fairhurst (retired) of the Washington Supreme Court, and intern for Judge Ronald B. Leighton of the USDC of the Western District of Washington. He was also honored to be a consultant for the Mars Exploration Rover Project at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
About Joshua B. Lane
First Admitted: 2010, Washington
Professional Webpage: https://www.acslawyers.com/staff_trusted/joshua-b-lane/
- Seattle University School of Law, 2009
- Whitman College, 2003
Pro bono/Community Service
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 2019
- King County Bar Association - Judicial Candidate Evalulation Committee, 2020
- Addressing the high standard of ethics and integrity in the construction field and how to avoid ethical issues that lead to litigation, Speaker, Ethics in Leadership Seminar, Northwest Construction Consumer Council (NWCCC), Construction, 2020
- Addressing litigation tools for Tribes and in-house counsel related to environmental issues impacting tribes, Speaker, Enacting and Enforcing Tribal Law to Restore Natural Resources–A Case Study Using the Park Service Act as Model, Tribal Lands and Environment Forum, Tribal / Environmental, 2016
- Addressing litigation tools for Tribes and in-house counsel related to environmental issues impacting tribes, Speaker, Enforcement Step One: Discovery of the Release, Access, the Initial Investigation, the PLP Notice Process, Due Process, and Liability Determination Investigation, 18th Annual Tribal Client Service Seminar For Tribal Leaders, Tribal Environmental Program Managers & In-House Counsel, Tribal / Environmental, 2017
- Addressing litigation tools for Tribes and in-house counsel related to environmental issues impacting tribes, Speaker, How Environmental Citizen Suits Can be Used to Protect Tribal Interests and the Role of SLAPP Counterclaims, 19th Annual Tribal Client Service Seminar For Tribal Leaders, Tribal Environmental Program Managers & In-House Counsel, Tribal / Environmental, 2018
- Alaska, 2020
- Washington, 2010
- and Complex Commercial Disputes
- Real Estate
Last Updated: 5/15/2022