Dino Vasquez Elected as New President of Karr Tuttle Campbell

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Karr Tuttle Campbell (‘KTC’) is pleased to announce that, effective earlier this year, J. Dino Vasquez has been elected as the new president of the firm.

Former president Bruce Larson held this position for nearly 30-years before making the decision to step down and retire. “All of us at KTC commend Bruce for his long-time leadership and are grateful for his many years of service,” explained Jamie Lee Ahu, Chief Operating Office of KTC. “Bruce’s legacy is in good hands with Dino, whose innovative ideas and tranquil approach will ensure KTC continues to provide a high level of services while also maintaining the unique culture that makes KTC such a great place to work,” continued Ahu.

Incoming president Dino Vasquez is a commercial litigator.  Licensed in California, Washington, and Alaska, he represents clients in all three jurisdictions.  Dino’s work involves national and international commercial disputes and transactions with a focus on rights and obligations of parties in commercial transactions and trade matters.  Dino will continue with his practice while delivering a new leadership stance for the firm.  “Bruce was an invaluable manager and great mentor.  I have had the privilege of observing his administrative skills firsthand. I appreciate the opportunity in continuing Bruce’s efforts to sustain KTC as a leading Seattle law firm,” Dino further specified, “Being elected to take the lead, guide this almost 120-year-old law firm, and mentor the next generation, is a true honor.”



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