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Labor/Employment Attorney

315 Fifth Avenue S, Suite 1000
Seattle WA 98104

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Jesse Taylor


(206) 676-7027

Profile Introduction

Jesse is a trial lawyer who maintains a general litigation practice.  Jesse represents corporations and individuals in complex civil litigation matters, including commercial contract disputes, intellectual property litigation, breach of fiduciary duty, and design and construction defect matters. Jesse represents clients throughout the lifecycle of litigation, including initial investigation, mediation and arbitration, trial, and through the appellate process.


Prior to joining Summit Law Group, Jesse clerked for the Honorable Stephen J. Dwyer at the Washington State Court of Appeals in Seattle.

Representative Cases/Matters

Represented a foreign corporation at trial against a Washington manufacturer in a breach of warranty claim. The parties' contract disclaimed liability for consequential damages and limited the remedy for breach to repair or replacement of the faulty equipment. To recover, plaintiff needed to prove that the defendant breached the warranty, that the plaintiff notified the defendant of the breach within one month, and that the defendant's limited repair or replace remedy failed of its essential purpose, thus rendering ineffectual the contractual disclaimer against consequential damages. Jesse overcame a motion for summary judgment and a motion for judgment as a matter of law before receiving a jury verdict in favor of his clients for nearly a half-million dollars. 


Defended a homeowner's association and its individual board members against claims for discrimination, defamation, civil conspiracy, and violations of the Washington Homeowners' Association Act. Jesse prevailed on a motion for summary judgment and all claims were dismissed with prejudice.


Defended an organization that matches medical school graduates with hospitals for residencies and fellowships against claims for antitrust violations, civil conspiracy, and negligent infliction of emotional distress. Jesse successfully moved to dismiss all claims against his client.


  • King County Bar Association

  • WSBA – LGBT Law Section – Young Lawyer Liaison

Community Service

Volunteer attorney, QLaw Association of Washington


  • University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2016)

  • University of Michigan Rackham Graduate School (M.A., Japanese Studies, 2016)

  • University of Idaho (B.A., political science, 2011)

Bar Admissions

  • Washington State

  • United States District Court for the Western District of Washington

  • United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth District


  • Law clerk for the Honorable Stephen J. Dwyer, Washington State Court of Appeals, Division I (2016-2018)