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Aric S. Bomsztyk

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Aric S. Bomsztyk is a partner at Barokas Martin & Tomlinson, a Seattle construction law firm with an accomplished 50 year history in construction law in Seattle, the Puget Sound area, and the Northwest.

Mr. Bomsztyk is business attorney with substantial experience in construction litigation and construction contracting.

His areas of focus include both residential and commercial construction disputes, development and purchase and sale agreements, joint ventures, lender negotiations, and appealing and defending governmental audits for contractors.

He routinely represents general contractors, specialty subcontractors, developers and commercial landlords in negotiation, litigation, trials, and before administrative hearing bodies.

He handles construction and business disputes with eye towards efficiency, but takes every opportunity to leverage the best result.

His unique background as both an active transactional attorney and active litigator means that all transactions are prepared with a consideration towards enforcement and defense in courtroom and while all courtroom work is performed with a mastery of how business and construction contracts are formed, negotiated, drafted, executed—or, unfortunately, sometimes, breached.

Consistently regarded by his legal colleagues as a trusted attorney to refer their most difficult deals and lawsuits to, Mr. Bomsztyk has spoken at many legal events including CLEs, has been named a Rising Star, and has an impressive 9.8 rating on Avvo.  


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