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John H. Guin
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Spokane, WA Lawyer with 21 years experience
(509) 747-5250 421 W. Riverside
Suite 461
Spokane, WA 99201
Appeals, Arbitration & Mediation, Business and Construction
University of Oregon School of Law and University of Washington School of Law
John Guin has over 17 years of experience handling matters in the construction industry, including administrative appeals, trials, arbitration, and mediation. Matters handled include payment disputes, liens, bond claims, construction defects, delay and inefficiency disputes, professional negligence in design and construction management, safety violations, contract terminations, employment and labor issues, and insurance coverage matters. John Guin also serves as a mediator and arbitrator for construction and commercial disputes.

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