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Ann Marshall

Ann T. Marshall, Esq.

Case Manager
Michelle Nemeth
T: 206-292-0441
F: 206-292-9082
1420 Fifth Ave., Suite 1650, Seattle, WA 98101

Ann T. Marshall is available to conduct cases virtually. JAMS is equipped to provide virtual ADR services on a variety of online platforms, including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, WebEx, and more.


Ann T. Marshall, Esq. is a trusted and results-driven dispute resolution professional. She is available nationwide and is also adept at facilitating valuable and effective remote proceedings.

As a litigation attorney for over 25 years, Ann represented a broad spectrum of clients. She worked with in-house legal teams in Fortune 100 companies as well as individuals never before involved in litigation. Her clients included:

  • National banks
  • Insurance companies and insureds
  • Commercial and consumer lenders
  • Small businesses
  • Individuals

Ann began her legal career as a hard-working criminal defense lawyer. She then joined the boutique Seattle law firm Bishop & Lynch, P.S. There, she grew to be a trusted partner at the firm which became Marshall & Weibel, P.S. Ann acquired deep experience in real estate, commercial finance, and consumer lending. She ran the gamut of civil litigation, representing both plaintiffs and defendants on matters in federal and state courts—from thorny discovery disputes to appellate practice. To provide clients full West Coast service, Ann led her Pacific Northwest team to join the California law firm Anglin Flewelling Rasmussen Campbell & Trytten, LLP (AFRCT). Ann was the managing partner of the AFRCT Seattle office, where she managed litigation in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska.

Ann has extensive dispute resolution experience and training. She completed mediation training at the top-ranked Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law. Driven beyond initial training, she returned to Pepperdine over the years for many courses in negotiation and mediation, attended numerous additional trainings at other institutions, and established relationships in the national dispute resolution professional community.

Ann knows that exceptional dispute resolution is not a one-size-fits-all method. From empathy to complex risk analysis, she brings a versatility to her work as a neutral built on decades of successful negotiation and problem solving. With extraordinary diligence, she is dedicated to understanding each party’s perspective and situation. Ann is a high-value partner helping parties achieve resolution.

Representative Matters

Ms. Marshall has litigation or mediation experience in the following subjects:


  • Adversary proceedings
  • Automatic stay – scope, violations, exceptions, relief, and annulment
  • Discharge – objections and violations
  • Estate’s avoiding powers
  • Fraudulent transfers
  • Judicial estoppel
  • Lien stripping
  • Liens – validity and priority
  • Preferential transfers
  • Single asset real estate cases
  • Valuation of security – commercial and residential real estate


  • Alter ego/veil piercing

  • Banking/finance: mezzanine financing, bridge loans, construction loans, open and closed lines of credit
  • Contract – interpretation, breach, and damages
  • Deficiency judgments
  • Construction and development
  • Directors’ and officers’ liability
  • Entity dissolution and disputes
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  • Fiduciary duty
  • Fixture filings
  • Guarantor liability
  • Indemnity
  • Joint venture/ownership disputes to commercial real property
  • Leases
  • Liens
  • Mobile home parks
  • Purchase and sale transactions
  • Receiverships
  • Replevins
  • Sheriff’s sales
  • Successor liability
  • Subrogation
  • Upset price hearings
  • Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)

Construction and Development

  • Bonds

  • Construction contract disputes
  • Delays and defects
  • Mechanics’ and materialmen’s liens – perfection, foreclosure, release, validity and priority
  • Regulations
  • Subdivisions

                      Consumer Lending

                      • Accounting
                      • Attorney’s fee claims
                      • Attorney General enforcement actions
                      • Collection Agency Act (CAA)
                      • Collections
                      • Consumer Protection Act (CPA)
                      • Credit reporting and damages
                      • Emotional distress damages
                      • Escrow Agent Registration Act
                      • Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)
                      • Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
                      • Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
                      • Fee shifting
                      • Fixtures
                      • Government-sponsored enterprise (GSEs Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac)
                      • Guarantors
                      • Home Affordable Mortgage Program (HAMP)
                      • Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC)
                      • Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA)
                      • Homestead exemption
                      • Identity theft
                      • Loan origination and servicing
                      • Predatory lending
                      • Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act (RESPA)
                      • Replevins
                      • Security interests – real and personal property
                      • Student loans
                      • Sub-prime lending
                      • Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
                      • Truth in Lending Act (TILA)
                      • Unfair and deceptive practices
                      • Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)
                      • Writs – attachment, execution, and garnishment


                      • American Land Title Association (ALTA) title insurance policies

                      • Bad faith
                      • Commercial general liability
                      • Construction
                      • Homeowner’s insurance
                      • Insurance Fair Conduct Act (IFCA)
                      • Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) proceedings
                      • Professional liability
                      • Subrogation

                      Professional Liability

                      • Attorney

                      • Escrow
                      • Limited practice officer (LPO)
                      • Realtor
                      • Surveyor

                      Real Property

                      • Access/driveway

                      • Adverse possession/boundary disputes
                      • Appeals
                      • Bank real estate owned properties (REO)
                      • Bona fide purchaser doctrine/unrecorded real property interests
                      • Bonds
                      • Code compliance
                      • Condominiums
                      • Conveyances and encumbrances
                      • Covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs)
                      • Declaratory judgment actions
                      • Deeds of Trust Act (DTA)
                      • Easements
                      • Eminent domain
                      • Escrow
                      • Equitable subrogation
                      • Evictions
                      • Foreclosure – nonjudicial and judicial
                      • Forfeitures
                      • Forgery
                      • Fraud
                      • Height/view restrictions
                      • Homeowner’s Associations (HOA)
                      • Internal Revenue Service (IRS) liens
                      • Inverse condemnation
                      • Land use
                      • Landlord tenant
                      • Leases
                      • Legal description issues
                      • Liens – priority and validity
                      • Lis pendens – effect and wrongful recording
                      • Lot approval
                      • Misrepresentation
                      • Mobile homes
                      • Mortgages
                      • Nuisance
                      • Partition actions
                      • Plat approval
                      • Probate – will interpretation – heir disputes
                      • Purchase and sale transactions
                      • Reformation of instruments
                      • Rights of first refusal
                      • Rights of way
                      • Seizures
                      • Seller disclosure liability
                      • Setbacks
                      • Shared structures, driveways, and wells
                      • Subordination agreements
                      • Supersedeas bonds and stays
                      • Tax liens, foreclosures and sales
                      • Timber trespass
                      • Trespass
                      • Title defects
                      • Title insurance
                      • Unlawful detainers
                      • Valuation
                      • Water rights
                      Completed Virtual ADR training conducted by the JAMS Institute, the training arm of JAMS.

                      Memberships and Affiliations

                      • Member, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, Washington State Bar Association
                      • Member, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, King County Bar Association
                      • Admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Washington and Oregon
                      • Former Chair, Executive Committee, Thomas T. Glover Mediation Program, Western Washington Bankruptcy Court, 2018–2019 
                      • Member, 39.1 Mediation Program, Western Washington District Court
                      • Panelist, Thomas T. Glover Mediation Program, Western Washington Bankruptcy Court

                      Selected Mediation Trainings

                      • Chasing Excellence in Mediation: Tactics, Strategies and Dialogue With Attorney Advocates and Mediators, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law, 2019
                      • Mediator Bootcamp, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law, 2014
                      • Strategic Negotiation Skills, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law, 2013
                      • Mediating the Litigated Case, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law, 2012
                      • Anglin Flewelling Rasmussen Campbell & Trytten, LLP, 2016–2019
                        • Seattle Office Managing Partner, 2016–2019
                      • Marshall & Weibel, P.S. (fka Bishop & Lynch), 1997–2016
                        • Shareholder, 2004–2016
                      • Criminal defense in Charleston, South Carolina, and Port Orchard, Washington, handling misdemeanors and felonies, 1993–1996
                      • J.D., with Honors, Florida State University College of Law, 1993
                      • A.B., University of Michigan, 1990

                      Counsel Comments

                        • "Ann is my first choice to mediate any real property dispute. After many years of working on both the same side as Ann, and opposite her, I know she will always be fully versed in all the factual and legal intricacies of the case. She often successfully negotiated settlements for cases I was sure would go to trial. I don’t know anyone better qualified to mediate a complex and contentious matter, particularly involving real property."

                          -In-House Counsel, Insurance Company
                        • "Ms. Marshall was able to resolve a case with complex law and considerable emotion. Highly recommend for any complex financial cases and large claims."

                          -Partner, Seatle Area Firm with a Consumer Protection National Practice
                        • “Ann is great at balancing parties’ interests and personalities, and finding the common ground. Coupled with the fact that she’s an expert in analysis and assessment in complex matters, she’s a pro at getting to resolution.”

                          -In-House Claims Counsel 
                        • "Ann is smart, focused, and pragmatic. Highly recommended."

                          -Partner, Pacific Northwest Consumer Protection and Bankruptcy Law Firm with a National Practice 
                        • "Ann is a master at creating efficient solutions to solve complex real estate problems. The depth and breadth of her expertise is immeasurable. But the secret to Ann’s success as a mediator lies in her delightful humor and artful way of leading parties to agreement."

                          -Counsel, National Title Insurance Company
                        • “Absolutely top notch work from her and her staff.  We will be referring her, and will absolutely use her in the future.”

                          Seattle Real Estate Attorney
                        • "Ann is able to quickly and comprehensively assess and pinpoint the issues in dispute, and utilize a practical and realistic approach to assist parties in solving them. Ann has diverse and wide-ranging real estate experience which is invaluable in ensuring efficient and successful resolutions in both complicated and straightforward transactions and litigation matters. I appreciate Ann’s willingness to bring calm and reason to difficult parties, and her tenacity to push parties to workable settlements. I highly recommend Ann as a mediator."

                          -Partner, Seattle Area Law Firm



                      Practice Areas

                      • Banking
                      • Bankruptcy
                      • Business & Commercial
                      • Construction
                      • Construction Defect
                      • Insurance
                      • Professional Liability
                      • Real Estate & Real Property
                      Available nationwide


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