Ron Perey

PEREY LAW GROUP, PLLC

Phone: (206) 443-7600
Email: ronperey@pereylaw.com

Legal Education

Doctor of Law (J.D.), Cum Laude
The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, Columbus, Ohio (1968)

HONORS

  • The Ohio State University College of Law Scholarship
  • Cuyahoga County Alumni Scholarship

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Undergraduate Education

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Political Science and Spanish
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (1965)

HONORS AND ACTIVITIES

  • Miami University Varsity Wrestling Team (1961-1965)
  • 1965 Miami University Mid-American Conference Wrestling Champion (177 lbs.)
  • Miami University President’s Club (association of select alumni)
  • Miami University “M” Club (association of varsity athletes

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Professional Experience

Perey Law Group, PLLC, Owner
Trial Lawyer
Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Law
Seattle, Washington

  • Extensive experience in personal injury, medical malpractice, automobile accident, product liability law and conflict resolution through negotiation, mediation, arbitration and trial.
  • Represented litigants in several thousand disputed matters.
  • Obtained the highest jury verdict to a single plaintiff in the State of Washington in a personal injury action (Tolenoa v. Denny’s, King County Cause No. 09-2-19511-1 SEA; verdict of $46.4 million for a quadriplegic thirty-two year old man and two others in February, 2011.)
  • Obtained the first jury verdict in the State of Washington in excess of one million dollars in a personal injury action (Morgan v. Burks, Kitsap County Cause No. 58088; verdict of $2,350,000 for a quadriplegic sixteen-year-old boy and his parents in August, 1975).
  • Tried to jury over 250 cases involving personal injuries, death, medical malpractice, securities, contracts, real estate, crimes, and other matters before the state and federal courts in the State of Washington and other states.
  • Mediated or arbitrated hundreds of cases as mediator, arbitrator, or lawyer.
  • Prepared and/or argued cases to the Washington State Supreme Court, Washington State Courts of Appeals, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court (resulted in 32 written appellate decisions).

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Professional Honors

  • Certified Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy
  • Listed in Best Lawyers in America for more than a decade
  • Voted one of Seattle’s Super Lawyers for more than a decade
  • Listed in Best Lawyers in Seattle, Seattle Magazine for more than a decade
  • Listed in Who’s Who in American Law
  • Listed in Who’s Who in America
  • Listed in Who’s Who in the West
  • Listed in Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers
  • Avvo Rating of 10 Superb
  • Awarded an “av” rating by Martindale-Hubbell. The “av” rating, based on confidential recommendations from lawyers and judges, is the highest rating awarded for legal ability, adherence to ethical standards, professional reliability and diligence.
  • Recipient of Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) Alvin A. Anderson Award “in recognition and appreciation of extraordinary commitment, energy and effort in helping generate the economic resources necessary to promote and preserve the civil justice system.” Presented by John Budlong, President, Jan. 30, 2009.
  • Recipient of Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) Trial Lawyer of the Year Award: “For your outstanding skills as a trial lawyer and advocate for justice, your dedication and willingness to serve as a voice for the powerless, your courage and willingness to take on the most challenging causes, and for your empathy, wisdom and understanding of the importance of putting your client’s needs first.” Presented by John “Jack” Connelly, Past President, July 30, 2011.
  • Trial Lawyer of the Year Award (2013) presented by the Washington Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). “In admiration of your peerless skill as a trial advocate and your long and outstanding support of the ABOTA organization and its goals of civility, professionalism and preservation of the Seventh Amendment Right To Jury Trial.” Presented by Sim Osborn. ABOTA President 2013 Ron Ward.
  • Ron Perey: The Godfather Of Medical Malpractice cover photo and story in special edition pamphlet of Best Lawyer (July 2013).

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Professional Associations and Activities

AMERICAN BOARD OF TRIAL ADVOCATES (ABOTA) (INVITATION ONLY)

  • Trial Lawyer of the year (2013) award by ABOTA
  • Member, National Board of Directors (1996-2012)
  • Secretary, National Executive Committee (2001-2003)
  • Member, Executive Committee of Washington State Chapter (1996-2005)
  • Secretary, Washington State Chapter (1997-1998)
  • Treasurer, Washington State Chapter (1998-1999)
  • Vice-President, Washington State Chapter (1999-2000)
  • President-Elect, Washington State Chapter (2000-2001)
  • President, Washington State Chapter (2001-2002)
  • Diplomat status (requires 100 jury trials)
  • ABOTA Foundation (Senior Fellow)

WASHINGTON STATE ASSOCIATION FOR JUSTICE (WSAJ), FORMERLY WASHINGTON STATE TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION (WSTLA)

  • Member, Board of Governors (1989-1991; 1983-1985)
  • Second Vice President of Judicial Affairs (1990-1991)
  • Delegate to Association of Trial Lawyers of America (1989-1990)
  • Legislative Steering Committee (1988-1991)
  • Business Law Section, founder and co-chair (1983-1984)
  • EAGLE member (1989-present)

WASHINGTON STATE BAR ASSOCIATION (WSBA)

  • Member, Board of Governors (1994-1997)
  • Insurance Trust Committee (1988-1991)
  • Litigation Section (1968-present)

KING COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION (KCBA)

  • Past Chairman Medical-Legal Committee
  • Arbitrator, King County Superior Court Mandatory Arbitration Panel

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR JUSTICE (AAJ), FORMERLY ASSOCIATION OF TRIAL LAWYERS OF AMERICA (ATLA)

  • State Delegate from WSTLA (1989-1990)
  • Birth Trauma Litigation Group
  • Professional Liability Litigation Group
  • Nursing home Litigation Group

FEDERAL BAR ASSOCIATION (FBA)

  • Rule 39.1 Mediator

DAMAGE ATTORNEYS ROUND TABLE (DART) (INVITATION ONLY)

  • President (2000-2001)

ROSCOE POUND FOUNDATION (INVITATION ONLY)

  • Fellow

PUBLIC JUSTICE FOUNDATION, FORMERLY TRIAL LAWYERS FOR PUBLIC JUSTICE

  • Member

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Admitted to Practice

  • Washington State Supreme Court and all subordinate courts
  • United States Supreme Court
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Washington
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington

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Publications and Lectures

Trial Demonstration – From Opening Statements to Jury Deliberations, American Board of Trial Advocates Masters in Trial Program: Seattle, WA 1998; San Francisco, CA 1999; Anchorage, AK 2000; Oklahoma City, OK 2000; Hot Springs, AR 2001; Biloxi, MS 2002; Seattle, WA 2002; Columbia, SC 2002; Columbus, OH 2003; Seattle, WA 2003; Sacramento, CA 2004; Santa Barbara, CA 2006

Lecturer on Various Topics of Law, Damage Attorneys Round Table (DART) Annual Conventions: Hawaii 1989, Hawaii 1990, Hawaii 1991, Barbados 1992, Mexico 1993, Hawaii 1994, Sicily 2000, Hawaii 2001, Arizona 2002, Sardinia 2004, Washington 2005, California 2008, Mexico 2009, New Mexico 2011, Arizona 2012, Arizona 2013

Don’t let you causation experts get “Fryed”., Washington Associate for Justice Trial News (2013)

School Sports Can Be Hazardous, Washington State Association for Justice Trial News (2013)

The Learned Intermediary Rule Must Die, Washington State Association for Justice Trial News (2013)

Murder by Medical Malpractice: The sordid story of Washington’s “Doctor” Linda Burfield Hazzard. Washington State Association for Justice Trial News ( 2012)

Trial Stars Luncheon for Young Eagles [$46.4 million verdict], Washington State Association for Justice (2011)

Denny’s Meets the Jury [$46.4 million verdict], Washington State Association for Justice Winter Conference (2011)

Danger Dining at Denny’s, Washington State Association for Justice Trial News (2011)

Victory! Medical Malpractice Certificate of Merit Struck Down as Unconstitutional, Washington State Association for Justice Trial News (2009)

Victory! Washington Medical Malpractice Certificate of Merit Struck Down as Unconstitutional Under Separation of Powers and Open Access to Courts, Washington State Association for Justice (Seattle 2009)

Washington’s Medical Malpractice Certificate of Merit Requirement, RCW 7.70.150: Comments, Concerns and Suggestions, Washington State Association for Justice Trial News (2009)

Certificate of Merit Requirement in RCW 7.70.150 is an Impermissible Special Law, Violates Separation of Powers Doctrine and More: The Unfinished Story of a Constitutional Challenge, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (October 31, 2008)

The Newly-Enacted Statutory Requirement to File a Certificate of Merit with the Complaint in a Medical Malpractice Action (RCW 7.70.150) is Unconstitutional, Damage Attorneys Round Table (Palm Springs 2008)

Update on Washington’s New Medical Malpractice Law: Pre-Suit Certificate of Merit Requirement is Unconstitutional, (RCW 7.70.150), Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (2007)

Triple Trap for the Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyer – Certificate of Merit (RCW 7.70.150), Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (2007)

Premises Liability Report: Near Pool Drowning Puts Teenager in Persistent Vegetative State, American Association for Justice (2007)

High-Low Agreements: Their Risks & Benefits, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (2006)

Repayment Obligations from Tort Recovery for Medical Expenses Under Federal Law, State Law and Contract, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 2005)

Effective Use of a Jury Consultant, Damage Attorneys Round Table (Sun Mountain, WA 2004)

Whose Expert Is It Anyway? – Does CR 32(a)(5)(A) Make a Specially-Retained, Non-Testifying, Out-of-State Expert’s Discovery Deposition Available to the Opposition at Trial?, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (2005)

What to do When the Defense Offers an Annuity Salesperson as a Damages “Expert”. The Counterattack (& Update), Damage Attorneys Round Table (Sardinia 2004)

The Constitutional Right to an Impartial Jury is Alive and Well in Washington State, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (2003)

They’d All Go Down Together: A Hospital’s Vicarious Liability for its Health Care Provider’s Negligence, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (2003)

Legal Developments Past, Present & Future, Damage Attorneys Round Table (Sedona, AZ 2002)

Can a Hospital Physician be a “Good Samaritan”? Not in a Non-Emergency, Says One Washington Court, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (2002)

How to Prepare to Examine and Cross Examine the Expert on Pertinent Research, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 2003)

Is Once Enough?: Recovery for Wrongful Death after Settling an Underlying Personal Injury or Medical Malpractice Claim, Damage Attorneys Round Table (Hawaii 2001)

Whatever I See or Hear?I Shall Not Divulge: Doctor as Protector of Patient Confidentiality or Corporate Speaking Agent?, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (2001)

Direct Actions Against Insurers of Common Carriers, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Automobile Accident Litigation Deskbook, chapter J (2001)

Trying the Automobile Injury Case in Washington: Is it Different in Mississippi? Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association (Oxford, MS 2000)
Preparing Cases to Win – Issues in Working with Medical Witnesses
, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 2000)

Symposium on International Law, American Board of Trial Advocates (Budapest, Hungary 1998)

How to Make the Most Out of Depositions, Association of Trial Lawyers of America (1998)

Cervical Cancer and the Misdiagnosed Pap Smear, from the Task Force on Medicolegal Affairs, Diagnostic Cytology Towards the 21st Century: An International Expert Conference and Tutorial, Kamuela, Hawaii, USA, June 5-10, 1997, published by The International Academy of Cytology in ACTA Cytological, Vol. 42, No. 1, pp. 123 – 127 (January/February 1998)

Winning the Battle of the Experts: The Selection, Preparation, Potential Problems and Use of Experts and Evidence in a Major Injury Case, Lorman Education Services (Seattle 1997)

Cervical Cancer and the Misdiagnosed Pap Smear, The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers (Orlando, FL 1995)

Use or Misuse of Consulting Experts: The Eternal Conflict Between Experts and Lawyers, Washington State Bar Association (1996)

Right to Know Bill: Plaintiff’s Perspective, King County Bar Association (1993)

Cervical Cancer and the Misdiagnosed Pap Smear, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998)

Cervical Cancer, a Case Study, Damage Attorneys Round Table (Mexico 1993)

Summary of a Proposed Lawsuit Against an Insurance Company for Failure to Disclose First-Party Insurance Benefits (Uninsured Motorist and PIP Coverage), Damage Attorneys Round Table (Barbados 1992)

Liability for AIDS Contracted by Hemophiliacs and Others from Blood Factor Concentrate and Blood Transfusions, Trial Lawyers of British Columbia (Vancouver, B.C. 1992)

Moving from a Defense Practice to a Plaintiff’s Practice, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 1992)

Liability for AIDS Contracted by Hemophiliacs and Others From Blood Factor Concentrate and Blood Transfusions, 14 Trial Diplomacy Journal 137 (1991-1992)

Trying the Automobile Injury Case in Washington, National Business Institute, Inc. (Seattle 1991)

The Eternal Conflict Between Medical Experts and Attorneys, Damage Attorneys Round Table (Hawaii 1991)

Liability for AIDS Contracted from Blood Products and Blood Transfusions, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Whistler, B.C. 1991)

Will Contests in Washington: Principle and Practice, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (1991)

Emerging Damage Theories: Psychological Damages and Others, Washington State Bar Association (Bellevue 1990)

The Trial: Strategic Decisions and Pre-Trial Preparation, Washington State Bar Association (Seattle 1990)

Interprofessional Handbook: Guidelines for Physicians/Attorneys, Seattle- King County Bar Association & King County Medical Society (1989-1990) (Editor)

Propane Flash Fire: Defective Piping System, Inadequate Odorization, (Case Study of Zamora v. Mobil Oil Corporation, Whatcom County Cause No. 80-2-00513-4) Patton, Fire Litigation Sourcebook, pp. 2-64 to 2-67 (1989)

Demonstration of Jury Selection, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 1989)

The Non-Treating Physician as an Expert Witness on behalf of a Plaintiff in a Medical Negligence Case, International College of Surgeons (Seattle 1989)

Initial Evaluation of the Injured Person, The Injury, and The Value of the Case, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 1989)

Medical Negligence Litigation: The Plaintiff’s Case in Chief, Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Chicago, IL 1989)

Direct Actions Against Insurers: Washington Law Permits Naming the Liability Insurer of a Common Carrier for Hire, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association Trial News (1989)

Statement of Facts for Voir Dire Demonstration, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 1989)

A Short Course in LP-Gas Litigation, Patton, Fire Litigation Quarterly, Vol. 1, No., pp. 7- 17 (1988)

Emergency Medical Malpractice, Professional Education Systems, Inc. (Seattle 1988)

Economic Loss: Evaluation, Presentation and Handling the Defense Economist, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 1988)

LP-Gas Explosion Litigation, The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers (Crested Butte, CO 1988)

Orthopedics for Lawyers: The Extremities, Professional Education Systems, Inc. (Seattle 1987)

A Short Course in LP-Gas Litigation, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Sunriver, OR 1987)

Dealing with Perceived Witness Problems, Seattle-King County Bar Association (Seattle 1987)

Business Torts: Innovative Drafting of Instructions to Help Clarify Complex Issues for a Jury, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Seattle 1984)

Reasonableness Hearings and Settlements of Multi-Defendant Tort Litigation, Washington State Bar Association (Seattle 1984)

The Termination of Representation Agreements: The Application of Foreign Law and the Concept of Abuso De Derecho, 11 California Western International Law Journal 32 (1981) (co-author)

Compelling Attendance and Production of Documents, Washington State Bar Association (1980)

Intentional Interference with Existing Contract and Prospective Advantage – Trial Demonstration, American Bar Association Annual Meeting Section of Litigation (Honolulu, HI 1980)

Police Misconduct: The Defense Perspective, National Lawyer’s Guild (Seattle 1979)

Non-Impact Damage Recovery in Washington, Washington State Bar Association (1977)
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Appellate Decisions

Garrisey v. Westshore Marina, 2 Wn. App. 718, 469 P.2d 590 (1970) (Horowitz, Utter & Williams)

Lynn v. Lynn, 4 Wn. App. 171, 480 P.2d 789 (1971) (Armstrong, Petrie & Pearson)

Tusnadi v. Frodle, 8 Wn. App. 239, 505 P.2d 165 (1973) (Callow, Horowitz & Williams)

Seamans v. Walgren, 82 Wn.2d 771, 514 P.2d 166 (En Banc 1973) (Utter, Hale, Finley, Rosellini, Hunter, Hamilton, Stafford, Wright & Brachtenbach)

Vandivort v. Seattle Tennis Club, 11 Wn. App. 303, 522 P.2d 198 (1974) (Farris, Horowitz & Callow), rev. denied, 84 Wn.2d 1011 (1974)

Tanabe v. Sansburn, Division One, No. 4541-I, 19 Wn. App. 1004, per curiam (1976), rev. denied, 90 Wn.2d 1018 (1978) (unpublished)

Morgan v. Burks, 17 Wn. App. 193, 563 P.2d 1260 (1977) (Reed, Petrie & Pearson)

State v. Douty, 20 Wn. App. 608, 581 P.2d 1074 (1978) (Swanson, James & Ringold), rev. denied, 92 Wn.2d 930, 603 P.2d 373 (En Banc 1979)

Morgan v. Burks, 22 Wn. App. 768, 592 P.2d 658 (1979) (Swanson, James & Ringold), rev. denied, 93 Wn.2d 580, 611 P.2d 751 (En Banc 1980)

State v. Douty, 92 Wn.2d 930, 603 P.2d 373 (En Banc 1979) (Hicks, Utter, Rosellini, Wright, Brachtenbach, Horowitz, Dolliver, Williams & Hunter)

Farman v. Farman, 25 Wn. App. 896, 611 P.2d 1314 (1980) (Swanson, Andersen & Durham)

Morgan v. Burks, 93 Wn.2d 580, 611 P.2d 751 (En Banc 1980) (Horowitz, Utter, Rosellini, Stafford, Brachtenbach, Dolliver, Hicks, Williams & Hanson, Pro Tem; Wright did not participate)

Morgan v. Burks v. Safeco Insurance Company, Division Two, No. 4109-II, 26 Wn. App. 1024 (1980) (Pearson, Reid & Petrie) (unpublished), rev. denied, 94 Wn.2d 1022 (1980)

Gorne v. Pederson, Division One, 9328-2-I, 32 Wn. App. 1023 (1982) (Corbett, Callow & Andersen) (unpublished)

Continental Forest Products, Inc. v. V.S. & Brothers Limited Partnership, No. 81-3609 (9th Cir. 1982) (Wright, Hug & Schroeder) (unpublished)

Burgess v. Premier Corporation, 727 F.2d 826 (9th Cir. 1984) (Goodwin, Wallace & Reinhardt)

Provost v. Puget Sound Power & Light Company, 103 Wn.2d 750, 696 P.2d 1238 (En Banc 1985) (Dore, Dolliver, Utter, Brachtenbach, Pearson, Andersen, Callow, Goodloe & Durham)

Landreth Timber Company v. Ivan K. Landreth, 471 U.S. 681, 85 L. Ed. 2d 692, 105 S. Ct. 2312 (1985) (Powell, Berger, Brennan, White, Marshall, Blackmun, Rehnquist & O’Connor; Stevens dissented), rev’d, 766 F.2d 1368 (9th Cir. 1985)

Zamora v. Mobil Oil Corporation, 104 Wn.2d 199, 704 P.2d 584 (En Banc 1985) (Pearson, Dolliver, Utter, Brachtenbach, Andersen, Callow, Goodloe, Durham & Morgan, Pro Tem; Dore did not participate)

Sprague v. Sumitomo Forestry Company, Limited, 104 Wn.2d 751, 709 P.2d 1200 (En Banc 1985) (Dore, Dolliver, Utter, Brachtenbach, Pearson, Andersen, Callow, Goodloe & Durham)

Rogers v. Miles Laboratories, Inc., 116 Wn.2d 195, 802 P.2d 1346 (En Banc 1991) (Callow, Utter, Brachtenbach, Dolliver, Dore, Andersen, Durham & Smith; Guy did not participate)

Hardesty v. Stenchever, 82 Wn. App 253, 917 P.2d 577 (1996) (Agid, Webster, & Cox)

City of Kirkland v. Ellis and Kimmel, 82 Wn. App. 819, 920 P.2d 206 (1996) (Kennedy, Baker & Webster)

Skalka v. CIGNA Group, 172 F.3d 876 (9th Cir. 1999) (B. Fletcher, Reinhardt & Thomas) (unpublished)

Mutual of Enumclaw Ins. Co. v. Cross, 103 Wn. App. 52, 10 P.3d 440 (2000) (Appelwick, Agid & Cox), review denied, 142 Wn.2d 1025 (2001)

Hopkins v. Stevens Hospital. (Wash. App. Division One, Case No. 48612-8-1, June 28, 2001, Commissioner James Verellen, unpublished). Denial of Defendant?s Motion for Discretionary Review of Order Requiring hospital to disclose statements by pharmacy staff regarding an injury sustained by an infant from an overdose of medications because there was no showing that the statements were created ?specifically for? a quality improvement committee under RCW 70.41.200 (3).

Degel ex rel. Estate of Perisho v. Buty, 108 Wn. App. 126, 29 P.3d 768 (2001) (Coleman, Agid & Becker) (unpublished), review denied, 145 Wn. 2d 1031, 42 P. 3d 975 (2002)

Dalton v. State of Washington, 115 Wn. App. 703, 63 P.3d 847 (2003) (2-1, Schultheis, J., writing, Kurtz, J., concurring; Sweeney, J., dissenting), withdrawn by subsequent opinion, 130 Wn. App. 653, 124 P.3d 305 (2005), jury verdict affirmed, 2007 WL 708625 (Wash. App. Div. 3, March 8, 2007; 3-0, Sweeney, J., writing, Brown and Kulik, JJ., concurring; unpublished)

Dalton v. State of Washington, 129 Wn. App. 1010 (Wash. App. Div. 3, August 25, 2005) (Kurtz, J., writing; Brown, J., concurring; Sweeney, J., concurring in result only), review denied, 158 Wn.2d 1003, 143 P.3d 828 (2006)

Fields v. Legacy Health System, 413 F.3d 943 (9th Cir. 2005) (Gould, Graber & Berzon)

Putman v. Wenatchee Valley Medical Center, 166 Wn.2d 974, 216 P.3d 374 (En Banc 2009) (Owens, J., writing; certificate of merit, RCW 7.70.150, declared unconstitutional under separation of powers doctrine (9-0) and access to courts doctrine (7-2))

Tolenoa v. Denny?s, Inc., (Wash. App. Division One, Case No. 66471-9-1, January 7, 2011, Commissioner James Verellen, unpublished). Denial of Defendants? Motion for Discretionary Review of Order requiring the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Denny?s, Inc., Debra Smithart-Oglesby, and the Chief Financial Officer of Denny?s, Inc., Mark Wolfinger to appear and testify at trial.
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Personal Experiences and Interests

  • Married to Janice Perey, RN, and have three adult children and two beautiful grandchildren: Page, Jacob, Melissa, Madison, and Sebastian.
  • Enjoy being a good lawyer, a good husband, a good father, a good friend, and embracing life as it unfolds.
  • Climbed Mt. Rainier twice.
  • Ran marathon from the plains of Marathon to Athens, Greece.
  • Varsity wrestling team in high school and college.
  • Enjoy travel, reading, hiking, jogging, skiing, and weight lifting.
  • Traveled extensively across the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, South America, Africa, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
  • Enjoys reading, movies and all forms of visual, written, and performing arts.

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