Eric Johnson – Law Offices of Eric Brian Johnson

Tennyson Homes, Inc. v. NW Siding &...

Order Granting Motion for Summary Judgment

This case involved alleged construction defects in a single-family home and the general contractor, Tennyson Homes, sought indemnity pursuant to alleged subcontracts against several parties including NW Siding. The issues on NW…more

| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law
Barcelino Continental Corp v. Zeno

Court's Instructions To The Jury (Legal Malpractice Action)

Instructions given in King County Superior Court (WA) action supporting plaintiff's theory that attorney fees could be recovered as damages without limitations typically associated with application of the ABC Rule or other…more

| Professional Malpractice
Aurdal v. Huntingford dba Out R Way...

Special Verdict Form.7.2.2010 and Jury Verdicts NW Trial Summary

This is the Special Verdict Form from an eight day jury trial in Aurdal v. Huntingford dba Out R Way Farm ending July 2, 2010, as well as a Jury Verdicts Northwest summary of the trial. The jury found my client…more

| Business Torts, Civil Procedure, Personal Injury
Berni v. Warwick Corp

Counter-Motion for Summary Judgment

Defense of hotel against plaintiff's claim of liability for assault of alleged business invitee…more

| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Personal Injury
Jaeger v. Cleaver Construction, Inc.

Respondent's Brief on Appeal

Sufficiency of evidence for contributory negligence jury instruction; alternative and tailored jury instructions on issues of failure to mitigate damages; issues concerning the exclusion of evidence of insurance information;…more

| Civil Procedure, Construction Law, Real Estate
Jaeger v. Cleaver Construction, Inc.

Motion for Summary Judgment

Economic Loss Rule as applied in WA; sufficiency of evidence for fraud in real estate transaction and for causes of action for trespass causing loss of lateral support and landslide damage; measure of damage for property…more

| Civil Procedure, Construction Law, Personal Injury, Real Estate
Metalf v. Poyar

Respondent's Brief on Appeal

Appellant's burden on appeal; issues of constructive trust/resulting trust; issues concerning admissibility of evidence (e.g., criminal conviction)…more

| Civil Procedure, Real Estate

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