Representative administrative hearings

BNSF Ry. Co. v. Whatcom Co., Dkt. TR-150189 (Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission, 2016) (the administrative law judge granted the railroad’s petition to close Valley View grade crossing following a contested hearing). Tried and briefed by Kelsey Endres.

BNSF Ry. Co. v. Snohomish Co., Dkt. TR-090121 (Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission, 2009) (the administrative law judge granted the railroad’s petition to close Logen Road grade crossing following a contested hearing). Tried and briefed by Bradley Scarp and Kelsey Endres.

BNSF Ry. Co. v. City of Mount Vernon, Dkt. TR-070696 (Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission, 2008) (the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commissioners affirmed the administrative law judge’s decision to grant the railroad’s petition to close Hickox Road grade crossing, after a contested hearing and extensive briefing). Tried and briefed by Bradley Scarp and Kelsey Endres.

Chelan Co. v. Burlington N. Santa Fe Ry. Co., Dkt. TR-061442 (Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission, 2007) (the administrative law judge  denied Chelan County’s petition to alter and relocate existing highway-rail undercrossing after a contested hearing). Tried and briefed by Bradley Scarp and Kelsey Endres.

In re Alan Otness, Activity No. 2038788 (United States Coast Guard, 2006) (Hearing Officerdismissed findings of and substantial fines for alleged violations of 46 U.S.C. § 2303(a) (Operating a vessel in a negligent manner or interfering with the safe operation that endangers life, limb or property of a person) and 33 U.S.C. § 1602 (RULE 8) (failure to take appropriate action)). On the brief: Tom Montgomery.  

In re Bill Menish, Activity No. 2038797 (United States Coast Guard, 2006) (Hearing Officer dismissed findings of and fines for alleged violations of 46 U.S.C. § 2303(a) (Operating a vessel in a negligent manner or interfering with the safe operation that endangers life, limb or property of a person) and 33 U.S.C. § 1602 (RULE 8) (failure to take appropriate action)). On the brief: Tom Montgomery.