Ted Buck
College: University of Puget Sound, Physics, 1987
Law School: University of Washington School of Law, 1992

Throughout his career Ted’s practice has focused primarily on preparing and trying cases. He has successfully represented the City of Seattle in some of its most significant cases over the past decades, including the aftermath of the WTO riots, class actions alleging profiling and constitutional violations, and controversial officer involved fatalities. His practice also includes a wide variety of other litigation, including commercial disputes, class action litigation, business development, title and property claims, employment disputes and agricultural related issues. Generally hired to assist in defense, he has also obtained multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for plaintiffs in product liability and subrogation cases. He has provided substantial pro bono assistance to a number of charitable organizations, including the Washington State Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation. He has repeatedly been recognized as a “Super Lawyer” by Washington Law and Politics magazine.

Ted is a past president of the Washington Defense Trial Lawyers Association a member of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel. He frequently presents at continuing legal education seminars on topics including trial tactics, constitutional issues and inquest proceedings. He also trains extensively for police agencies and organizations on issues involving police civil liability, legal constraints on police action and risk management tactics.

Ted Buck will be presenting at the upcoming CLE "Successfully avoid the pitfall of police liability - what you don't know could hurt you".

E: tbuck@freybuck.com
F: 206.902.9660

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1200 Fifth Avenue, Ste. 1900
Seattle, WA 98101