Jeffrey B. Taraday
 
Jeff Taraday practices land use, condemnation / eminent domain, real estate litigation involving valuation, quieting title and related disptues, and most aspects of municipal law.  Jeff began his legal career at Ogden Murphy Wallace PLLC where he served as the City Attorney for the City of Woodinville from 1999 through 2003 and handled condemnation, land use, and other matters for many of the firm's municipal clients.  He practiced at Foster Pepper PLLC for the next four plus years, where his practice focused on land use and condemnation.  In particular, he played a significant role in the condemnation of right-of-way for the Seattle Monorail Project.  In 2008, he founded Morris & Taraday, P.C. with Carol Morris.  He continues to concentrate his practice in the land use, condemnation, transportation planning and mitigation, annexation, and real estate arenas.  Jeff drafted the eminent domain chapter of the Washington State Association of Municipal Attorneys form book.  Follow this link for a printable version of Jeff's complete curriculum vitae.   
 
Education
Seattle University, J.D., cum laude, 1998
Washington University, B.A., 1990
 
Admitted to Practice
Washington, 1998
 
Professional Activities
Washington Association of Municipial Attorneys
Washington State Bar Association
 
Recent Presentations and Awards
LSI Impact Fee Seminar, October 2007, 2008 presenter
LSI Government Takings Seminar, December 2007, presenter
Lorman SEPA Seminar, Summer 2007, presenter
NBI Easement Law Seminar, Summer 2007, presenter
Washington Law & Politics "Rising Star" Award, 2006-2008