Former King County Prosecutor Kristofer Bundy Brings Experience and Knowledge to both Mediation.com and Arbitration.com

Former Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Bundy applies decades of trial experience from the other side of the courtroom to his mediation cases.

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Kristofer Bundy | Washington Mediator | Bundy Mediation and Legal Services

Kristofer Bundy | Washington Mediator | Bundy Mediation and Legal Services

My 22 years of in the trenches experience gave me a special talent for evaluating cases – their worth and likely outcome. Today, I bring these skills to my mediation practice.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 19, 2014

During a successful career of more than two decades in the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s office as a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Kristofer Bundy developed a reputation as a professional skilled in sizing up the value and merits of a case. Now serving the public as a respected Neutral, he brings those strong case-assessment skills to each client.

“In my 22 years in the Civil Division of the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, I tried many of our office's biggest cases in State and Federal court,” said Bundy. “I handled my own appeals, advised the highest levels of County government and mediated over 100 cases as a lawyer. This 22 years of in the trenches experience gave me a special talent for evaluating cases – their worth and likely outcome. Today, I bring these skills to my mediation practice. I treat all of my clients with respect, explore every case from all angles, and offer the benefit of my significant experience in this field.”

A 1990 graduate of the University of Washington Law School, Bundy is a registered 39.1 Mediator and has frequently served as a court-appointed arbitrator in Superior Court. His mediation practice handles all civil cases, including general torts, medical malpractice, insurance, discrimination, employment, civil rights, and workplace conflict resolution.


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