Doug is a business attorney and LEED Accredited Professional focusing on green building, construction and alcoholic beverage law. He has experience in the legal arenas of New York, Cleveland, New Orleans, and Seattle, providing services to both private firms and government entities. He is a former member of Wolfe Law Group, LLC, and in 2010, opened Reiser Legal PLLC to focus on the everyday needs of businesses.
His practice aims to serve the modern and future needs of businesses, contractors, builders, designers, architects, managers and alcoholic beverage manufacturers who seek clever risk management, security in maintaining payment and intelligent litigation strategies when such a need becomes apparent. A modern understanding of technology allows him to closely collaborate with clients who want to be a part of their finished legal product.
Our principal is licensed in the states of Louisiana and Washington. He is an active member of the Washington Bar Association, serving as Chairman of the WSBA Young Lawyers Division's NLE Focus Group and as a member of WSBA's Continuing Legal Education Committee.
Doug is also a frequent speaker on the topics of construction law, green building and law practice management and technology. He authors the syndicated construction law blog, The Builders Counsel, as well as The Brewery Law Blog. Doug has authored chapters in the 2012 book, Legal Handbook for Architects, Engineers and Contractors Vol. 28, as well as the 2011 book New Developments in Green Construction Law, each published by Thomson Reuters.
A business owner himself, Doug formerly served as director and general counsel to ZLien.com and currently owns and serves as general counsel for ClaimKit LLC, a construction document management service for the surety, insurance and legal industries.