John Paul Turner

John Paul Turner: Attorney with Rodgers Deutsch & Turner

Biography

In 2006, John was recognized as a "Rising Star" by Washington Law & Politics Magazine. John represents property owners in condemnation matters and for the past 18 years has limited his practice to the areas of condemnation and complex real estate litigation. The majority of John's clients are individual private property owners and corporations facing the threat of losing their real estate through condemnation.

John's condemnation practice has involved nearly every governmental jurisdiction in Washington State and range in size from small acquisitions to cases where just compensation and damages are substantial. Over the past 18 years, John has successfully concluded over 500 separate condemnation cases including a $14 million dollar food manufacturing and processing facility against King County; a $22 million dollar commercial assemblage against the Port of Seattle; and a combined $34 million of real estate for the Brightwaters Treatment Project. In 2004, John was the lead attorney in successfully representing NW Center in the $16.5 million acquisition of their Interbay Campus Facility in downtown Seattle.

John represents property owners in condemnation matters and for the past 18 years has limited his practice to the areas of condemnation and complex real estate litigation. The majority of John's clients are individual private property owners and corporations facing the threat of losing their real estate through condemnation.

John is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest and enjoys skiing, fishing and golf with any free time he can get his hands on.

John is routinely asked to participate and/or chair seminars regarding Eminent Domain in Washington State and has also chaired a Mock Trial Seminar for local attorneys, appraisers and real estate professionals.

Real Property Valuations - Legal & Tax Aspects of Investing in Real Estate, 2007

Valuation of Real Estate - East King County Bar Association, 2007

Eminent Domain - Appraisal Institute Seattle Fall Conference, 2007

Condemnation Valuations - Washington Eminent Domain and Just Compensation, 2004

Valuation of Contaminated Property in Condemnation Actions Eminent Domain in Washington, 2004

Eminent Domain Case Study Eminent Domain, 2002

Appraisal Approaches in Condemnation Eminent Domain in Washington, 2001

Basic Appraisal Approaches Eminent Domain in Washington, 1999

Acquisitions by Municipalities Eminent Domain in Washington, 1999.

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Litigation
  • Real Property

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(425) 455-1110  Phone
(425) 455-1626  Fax
www.rdtlaw.com
University Attended:
Santa Clara University, B.S., 1988
Law School Attended:
Willamette University, J.D., 1991
Year of First admission:
1991
Admission:
1991, Washington
Memberships:
King County (1991—), Washington State (1991—) and American Bar Association (1997—) International Right of Way Association Puget Sound Chapter (President, 1999-2001); International Right of Way Association Puget Sound Chapter (Vice President, 1997-1999).
Birth Information:
August 13, 1965
ISLN:
901012447

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