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Dave was born and raised in Spokane. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Washington and is a 1975 graduate of Gonzaga University School of Law.
With the firm since 1977, Dave’s practice has focused on business and commercial matters, with emphasis on creditor-debtor relations and remedies, including collections, construction claims, liens, work outs, reorganizations, and extension agreements. Dave also is the coordinator of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group and works in business and estate planning.
Dave has served on the Board of Directors of the Bankruptcy Section of the Federal Bar of the Eastern District of Washington. Dave is also a member of the Creditor/Debtor Section of the State Bar, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and the Idaho State Bar. He also has served as a member of the Spokane City Planning Commission.
Dave served as President of the firm in 2012
Mr. Feltman is one of the founding members of Feltman Ewing, and has been practicing law for over 40 years. His successful career is built on representing individuals who have been injured in automobile accidents and by construction defects, and also those who have been injured by defective products and the negligent actions of others. In addition to obtaining settlements and judgments in favor of his clients, Mr. Feltman has a love for cars and family.
Mr. Gebhardt has successfully represented businesses of all types and sizes since 1972. Since graduating from law school at Notre Dame University, he has become one of the preeminent attorneys in Spokane focusing on business and commercial law. In addition to financial institutions, Mr. Gebhardt handles a variety of disputes and collection matters for a broad range of businesses. A Montana native, Mr. Gebhardt is just as comfortable fishing at his favorite lake as he is closing complex commercial transactions.
Prior to law school Marla worked in the banking industry. She worked as a bank teller and collection specialist through college. After obtaining her degree in Business Finance from Arizona State University she worked full time for Bank of America as a collection specialist until she started law school. Marla obtained her law degree from Gonzaga University in May 1997. For the past 20 years Marla has practiced primarily in the area of family law. She has been with the Firm since 2000 and was named a principal in 2005. She has been an active member of the Spokane County Bar Association and board member for the past several years serving as a Trustee 2013-2015, Treasurer 2016-2016, President-Elect/Secretary 2016-2017, and President 2017-2018. In addition to her work with the Spokane County Bar Association, she serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the Martin Luther King Family Outreach Center in Spokane. She has been a Pro Tem Court Commissioner for Spokane County Superior Court since 2005. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family and can often be found attending sporting events for one of her two children.
Mr. Diener favors a practice balanced between business transactions and trial work. He represents individuals in disputes over trusts and wills, along with real estate and property matters, including boundary issues and easements. Mr. Diener also works with a wide variety of businesses handling every day commercial issues, as well as corporate litigation needs, including account collections and complex contract litigation. In addition, he takes civil appeals of all types, having argued multiple times at the appellate level in both Washington and Idaho. When Mr. Diener is not helping his clients, he is spending time with his family, working on his novel, or performing improv comedy.
Kiley is an associate at Feltman Ewing. She is originally from Camas, Washington, where she grew up enjoying everything that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Kiley received her Bachelor of Arts with honors in Political Science and Philosophy from Washington State University in 2011 and graduated Cum Laude from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2014.
In law school, Kiley was on the Dean’s Honor Roll for two and a half years. She served as a Rule 9 Law Clerk for the Spokane City Prosecutor’s Office, where she focused primarily on domestic violence and traffic issues.
Kiley’s practice area is focused in the area of family law, including divorce, child custody and child support issues. Kiley’s practice also includes general civil litigation. Kiley is a member of the Washington State Bar Association as well as the Spokane County Bar Association. She is currently licensed to practice in Washington.
During her free time, Kiley loves reading and spending time at the lake with her family, friends and french bulldog.
Mr. Greer is an experienced trial and litigation attorney who has managed numerous cases in state and federal courts throughout Washington and Idaho. His practice includes insurance defense (motor vehicle accidents, product liability, and professional negligence), personal injury, complex business and commercial litigation, complex probate and estate litigation, and insurance coverage and bad faith issues. Mr. Greer has also handled appeals before the Washington Court of Appeals and the Washington State Supreme Court. In his younger years, Mr. Greer was a competitive long distance runner and competed in the 1984 and 1988 United States Olympic Marathon Trials.
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Mr. Zeimantz provides legal services to clients on matters involving business and commercial, real estate and intellectual property law. Services provided include not only advice and counsel on such matters and preparation of necessary documents for transactions but also representation in litigation if that is needed. A lifetime resident of rural Eastern Washington, he understands his clients’ needs and values and is always willing to lend a listening ear.
Kent takes his client’s legal problems to heart and foremost goal is to obtain fair and just results for his clients’ court. “I love my work as a trial lawyer. Nothing beats getting a great verdict for my client.” Kent has taken numerous matters to court across Eastern Washington. He utilizes the latest court room technology to present his client’s case in a clear and efficient manner.
Being a trial lawyer means that you have always look out for your client’s interest, and that may include negotiating and finding an amicable settlement outside a court room. “As an attorney, you always have to be willing to advise your client when settlement is in their best interest.”
Kent also takes great pride in managing his client’s resources when litigating and preparing a case for trial. “Trial is expensive. You have to manage your client’s resources effectively. There is too much waste in the legal world.” Kent is always up front with his rates and estimates of how much a legal action will cost.
Kent Doll is a trial lawyer with a focus on insurance, employment, business, and personal injury.
Kent is married and has a daughter. He enjoys hiking, biking, and sightseeing in the great Pacific Northwest.