Rachel Tallon Reynolds Appointed DRI State Representative By Washington Defense Trial Lawyers Association

Seattle, Wash. (September 10, 2020) - Seattle Partner Rachel Tallon Reynolds has been selected as the Defense Research Institute (DRI) state representative for Washington by the Washington Defense Trial Lawyers Association (WDTL), of which she is the immediate past president. In her role as state representative, Ms. Reynolds will facilitate the flow of communication between DRI and WDTL, including reinforcing the partnership, enhancing the state and national voice of the defense bar, and engaging in opportunities to discuss the current trends and challenges of defense and commercial litigation.

DRI is the largest international membership organization of attorneys defending the interests of business and individuals in civil litigation. The organization is committed to (1) enhancing the skills, effectiveness, and professionalism of defense lawyers, (2) anticipating and addressing issues germane to defense lawyers and the civil justice system, (3) promoting appreciation of the role of defense lawyers, and (4) improving the civil justice system and preserving the civil jury.

Ms. Reynolds is a member of Lewis Brisbois’ Toxic Tort & Environmental Litigation, Products Liability, Public Agency & Municipal Law, and National Trial Practices. Priding herself on providing creative solutions to legal challenges, she regularly represents automotive, personal watercraft, and appliance manufacturers in product liability matters. She also has represented multinational oil companies in environmental litigation, trucking and transportation businesses in catastrophic injury cases, and defendants in premises liability matters.

Please join us in congratulating Ms. Reynolds on this appointment. Learn more about DRI here and WDTL here.

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