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Alex Thomason is an award-winning attorney and founder of Thomason Law & Justice, PS with offices in Seattle’s Columbia Center and downtown Brewster, WA.

Alex began his career as a Special Deputy Prosecutor in King County where he assisted and managed criminal cases in both District and Superior Courts. Alex handled bench, stipulated, and jury trials while co-chairing felony murder trials. As the Prosecutor’s lead witness investigator, he also taught Bar Association accredited Continuing Legal Education Courses for King County Prosecutors.

In 2006, Alex joined the Seattle firm Ashbaugh Beal as a member of the Commercial Litigation Group where he defended and prosecuted in a variety of business and construction lawsuits. His cases ranged from easement and nuisance disputes to wrongful death and everything in between.

A career marked by success- Alex has successfully handled lawsuits against some of the largest law firms in the nation. His achievements and contributions earned the King County’s Innovative Employee Award in 2005. Alex has twice been named as a “Rising Star” in Super Lawyers Magazine as well as a three-time recipient of the Pro Bono Publico Service Award, WSBA.

Elite appointments- In 2011, Alex earned several appointments as Special Counsel to a United States Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee. Presently, Alex represents a Western District Bankruptcy Trustee where he pursues personal liability against corporate wrongdoers in Bankruptcy courts.

Experience you can trust- Alex has a special emphasis in creditor rights in lawsuits involving alter ego/veil piercing, corporate officer disregard, fraudulent conveyances, Article 9 of the UCC, and real estate. His practice also employs pre and post-judgment creditor remedies (injunctions, attachments, garnishments) in commercial, real property, construction, and landlord-tenant contexts.

Case experience:

  • Construction lien foreclosure action

  • Minority shareholder and derivative lawsuits

  • Fraudulent transfer and conversion claims

  • Breach of orchard leases

  • Timber trespass

  • Breach of overseas delivery contracts

  • Easement and nuisance disputes

  • Negligent and defective construction claims

  • Crop insurance matters

  • Wrongful death

  • Bond lawsuits