Robert Radcliffe’s practice focuses on commercial and tort litigation, including complex insurance coverage, construction, and intellectual property matters.
Robert’s experience in insurance includes commercial and personal property and liability insurance, related contractual indemnity disputes, Washington State risk pool law, and federal Liability Risk Retention Act matters. His intellectual property experience includes trademark and copyright litigation, as well as federal trademark registration matters in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
While in law school, he served as a law clerk in the Washington State Attorney General’s Office, University of Washington Division, and as an extern for The Honorable John Coughenour, United States District Court for the Western District of Washington.
Presentations & Publications
- Speaker, “Junk Science and Spoiled Evidence,” Washington Defense Trial Lawyers Product Liability Seminar, (1997)
- Co-author, “Federal Product Liability Legislations in 1990,” For the Defense, (June, 1990)
- Author, “When Should the Trier of Fact Determine the Validity of Personal Injury Releases,” Washington Law Review, (1988)