What’s in a name–Stritmatter Kessler Whelan Koehler Moore Kahler*?

This past Friday, rapellers prepare to hang our new sign.

This past Friday, rapellers prepare to hang our new sign.

Since our move to our new building, our firm continues to scale to new heights. Figuratively, we helped shape and advance law to make the roads safer in our state: The Washington Supreme Court‘s unanimous decision of Wuthrich v. King County  was one of our more recent victories, which tossed out old law and clearly stated that governmental entities have the same duty as private landowners in maintaining their land so that people can travel safely on adjacent roads.

Literally, we have people scaling our building at our new location to hang exterior signage.

But, we are focused on our work…

Karen barely notices the men rapelling off our buildling, as she focuses on the work at hand. (Her doggie, Nala, is perhaps a little more aware of the men.)

Karen barely notices the men rapelling off our buildling, as she focuses on the work at hand. (Her doggie, Nala, is perhaps a little more aware of the men.)

But, we can still enjoy the fact that we are loving our new building, inside and out. Pictured below is our new reception signage.

Thelma shows off our new interior signage

Thelma shows off our new interior signage

*NOTE: Stritmatter Kessler Whelan is now officially Stritmatter Kessler Whelan Koehler Moore Kahler

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