Brian Boice

Brian Boice earned his Juris Doctorate degree from California Western School of Law and is admitted to practice in Washington and California.  Mr. Boice focuses on providing in-house and litigation services to business clients who are primarily engaged in construction , property management, and material supply industries.

In addition to providing in-house legal services such as corporate formation, contract negotiations and development, litigation supervision, and risk management advice to small and medium sized businesses; Mr. Boice is adept in handling matters involving contract disputes, materialmen’s and mechanic’s lien perfection and foreclosure, employment disputes, tort claims, commercial and residential evictions, and judgment enforcement.





Washington Contractor’s Lien Rights Require Precision

There are five basic procedural steps that Washington State contractors must fully comply with in order to preserve their right to secure payments through liens.  The procedural steps required include providing (1) pre-construction notices, (2) notice to the owner, (3) a Lien Release; (4) filing a “Claim of Lien”; and (5) enforcing the lien in […]

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Long Over Due Protection for Email

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that individuals have an expectation of privacy in their personal email accounts.  ...

Procedural Security Deposit Pitfalls for Washington Landlords

When requiring a security deposit from a renter, a landlord must follow specific steps in order to use the deposit ...