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Contact Jackee

2801 Alaskan Way, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98121
T: 206.777.7559

Jacqualyne J. Walker

Associate

Jackee is a member of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s Condemnation, Real Estate, and Litigation teams. Her practice focuses on complex commercial and business litigation, including eminent domain, residential and commercial real estate, product liability, class action, and contract disputes.

As part of her condemnation practice, she advises and represents municipal agencies and property owners regarding eminent domain law.

Her real property litigation practice includes representation of individuals and businesses regarding landlord-tenant issues, contract disputes, restrictive covenants, land use, zoning and boundary disputes.

Prior to joining Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Jackee negotiated multimillion dollar contracts between The Boeing Company and its suppliers.

Representative Experience

  • Represented local transit authority in condemnation trial for light rail station project. A just compensation award of more than $3 million less than property owner's just compensation evidence was awarded by the court. No fees or costs awarded to property owner. (Bench Trial)
  • Represented local transit authority in condemnation trial for light rail expansion project. A just compensation verdict that did not exceed the transit authority’s pretrial settlement offer. No fees or costs awarded to property owner. (Bench Trial)
  • Member of trial team that represented local transit authority in condemnation trial for light rail expansion project. A just compensation award for the same amount as Petitioner’s valuation evidence was awarded by the court. No fees or costs awarded to property owner. (Bench Trial)
  • Represented local transit authority in three-week condemnation trial for light rail expansion project. Jury returned verdict for nearly $1.5 million less than property owner’s just compensation evidence. (12-Person Jury Trial)
  • Member of trial team that represented local transit authority in multi-week condemnation trial for light rail expansion project. Jury returned verdict that did not exceed the transit authority’s pretrial settlement offer. No fees or costs awarded to property owner. (12-Person Jury Trial)
  • Represented local fire district in condemnation action for fire station expansion project. Property owner argued just compensation of $450,000, whereas fire district argued just compensation of $275,000. Jury verdict of $283,000. No fees or costs awarded to property owner. (6-person Jury Trial)
  • Represented local transit authority in numerous acquisitions for property rights needed to expand light rail lines in and around Seattle, Bellevue, SeaTac, Tukwila, University District, Northgate and Tacoma. A majority of these matters were resolved through mediation and the others were resolved through trial with favorable verdicts for the transit authority.