Kevin Hochhalter

 
Kevin’s practice is centered on appeals. He also practices in the trial courts, handling real estate disputes, timber trespass, and commercial litigation. Kevin advocates for his clients through focused research and clear, compelling written and oral argument.

Kevin graduated with high distinction from the University of Iowa College of Law and is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in Washington. Prior to law school, he lived in Issaquah, Washington and worked as a graphic designer. Kevin now lives in Lacey with his wife and five children. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading, playing games, following ice hockey, and serving in his church.

Recent Published Cases

Alpacas of Am., LLC v. Groome, 179 Wn. App. 391, 317 P.3d 1103 (2014).
Six-year statute of limitations for an action on a promissory note taken in a sale of goods.

McKasson v. Johnson, 178 Wn. App. 422, 315 P.3d 1138 (2013).
Non-compete agreement is unenforceable where the agreement states there is no additional consideration.

Dana v. Piper, 173 Wn. App. 761, 295 P.3d 305 (2013).
Limiting the scope of waiver of the attorney-client privilege in a legal malpractice case.

State v. Johnson, 179 Wn.2d 534, 315 P.3d 1090 (2014).
Driving while license suspended in third degree; watch the oral argument.