The Law Office of William R. Spurr

William R. Spurr's Professional Profile

William R. Spurr, born Seattle, Washington, March 22, 1963; admitted to the Washington State Bar Association in 1990. Education: Middlebury College (A.B., American Literature and German, 1985); Boston University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1990). Languages: English, German. Reported Cases: Ito International Corp. v. Prescott, Inc., 83 Wn. App 282 (1996). Practice Areas: Commercial Trial and Appellate Litigation (Securities, Franchise, Real Estate, Construction, Employment, Personal Injury, Collection); Business Contracts and Agreements: Advice, Drafting and Negotiation


Mr. Spurr has been practicing law in Seattle since passing the Washington State Bar in 1990. He was an associate practicing commercial litigation at Short Cressman & Burgess from 1990 to 1994, and at Helsell Fetterman Martin Todd & Hokanson from 1994 to 1995, until forming his own partnership, Johnson & Spurr, in March 1995. Mr. Spurr started his own practice, the Law Office of William R. Spurr, in March 2008.


During his career, Mr. Spurr has litigated and tried a variety of civil and criminal cases, including arbitrations, bench trials, jury trials and appeals. In addition to litigation, Mr. Spurr has extensive experience advising clients on business and employment matters, including reviewing, negotiating and drafting contracts, real estate documents and other business instruments.