Tim Leyh is an accomplished trial lawyer with over 30 years’ experience representing individuals, businesses, and state and local governments in complex and high stakes matters. Tim has particular expertise with large class actions, mass tort cases, and claims involving the funding, authority, and conduct of public agencies. In addition to his trial work, Tim has argued numerous times before the Washington State Supreme Court, as well as state and federal appellate courts throughout the U.S. Tim is a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers. Tim has been the Managing Partner of the Firm since 1996.
Tim has been the Managing Partner of the firm since 1996.
Perkins Coie, 1984 – 1987; Associate; Employment and Litigation Groups
Danielson Harrigan Leyh & Tollefson; Associate 1987 – 1992; partner 1993 - 2012
Co-founded Calfo Harrigan Leyh & Eakes in 2012
Co-founded Harrigan Leyh Farmer & Thomsen in 2016.
Education: J.D. (Cum Laude), University of Michigan, 1984; B.B.A, (With Honors), University of Michigan, 1980