Steve Block has more than 35 years of experience in all modes of transportation and logistics. His practice also focuses on general commercial litigation before courts and administrative bodies across the U.S. He counsels and represents local and national transportation service providers and consumers, and companies involved in a wide array of complex commercial disputes. READ MORE
Steve represents domestic and international maritime, trucking, aviation and railroad companies in litigation concerning:
He also prepares documentation and provides consultation regarding:
As a general commercial litigator, Steve is experienced in business, real estate and land use, intellectual property, and employment law.
Steve is an exceptional writer. He has authored several articles as the Western U.S. member of ForwarderLaw, an internet-based repository of legal resources of interest to the shipping community, and as co-editor of the Motor Column of Association of Transportation Law Professionals Highlights. He is also a frequent contributor to The Transportation Lawyer, published by the Transportation Lawyers Association.
Foster Garvey PC, Principal (2019-2021)
Foster Pepper, PLLC, Member (2010-2019)
Betts Patterson Mines, Shareholder (1997-2010)
Association of Transportation Law Professionals
Cardozo Society of Washington State, Member
Conference of Freight Counsel, Member
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, Member
Maritime Law Association of the U.S., Proctor in Admiralty, Member
Transportation Club of Seattle, Member
Transportation Club of Tacoma, Member
Transportation Lawyers Association
Washington State Bar Association, Litigation Section, Member
"Washington Super Lawyer," Thomson Reuters, Transportation/Maritime (2008-2021)
AV Preeminent® in Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™
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