Dianna Caley

Attorney in Bellevue, WA
Dianna Caley is a Partner in the Firm’s Bellevue, Washington office of Wong Fleming. Ms. Caley is an experienced litigator and has advised employers in a variety of areas including EEOC compliance, hiring and retention practices, and ADA issues, as well as defending employers in various employment related litigation matters.

In addition, Ms. Caley specializes in handling general and premises liability matters for Fortune 500 companies, insurance companies, and Indian tribes.

Ms. Caley, along with her employment law and general liability practices, has a growing creditor’s bankruptcy and foreclosure practice where she effectively represents creditors and corporations in all aspects of Bankruptcy needs. Ms. Caley has litigated a number of adversary proceedings, including preferences, fraudulent transfers, and objections to discharge. She has been involved in litigation in a wide range of matters, such as adequate protection, relief from the automatic stay, objections to the adequacy of disclosure statements, and objections to plan confirmation.

Ms. Caley is frequently called upon to serve as an arbitrator by the Courts and was recently appointed as a panel mediator for U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Washington.

Prior to joining Wong Fleming, Ms. Caley began her career representing the Colville Confederated Tribes in Grand Coulee, Washington. Ms. Caley was subsequently commissioned by the United States Army Judge Advocate General (Army JAG). As an attorney for the Army, Ms. Caley was responsible for advising commanders regarding compliance with Army, State and Federal regulations, as well as ensuring that each unit within the specific branch was in compliance with the Army environmental regulations.

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Areas of Law

  • Commercial Litigation
  • General Liability
  • Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy
  • Employment and Labor Law

 

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Overall Peer Rating

in Litigation, Bankruptcy and Labor and Employment
4.9 out of 5.0

Legal Knowledge
4.9
Analytical Capabilities
4.8
Judgment
4.8
Communication Ability
4.8
Legal Experience
4.9

  • Meets very high criteria of general ethical standards
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Experience & Credentials

Position

Partner

Admission Details

Admitted in Washington State
Colville Confederated Tribes
Lummi Tribal Court

Law School Attended

City University New York
Class of 1993
J.D.

University Attended

Evergreen State College
Class of 1990
B.A.

Birth Information

Born in 1968
1968

Associations & Memberships

PROFESSIONAL HONORS, AWARDS AND ACTIVITIES
•Appointed as Bankruptcy Mediator in 2011, Reappointed in 2013
•Pro Bono Awards from 2010 to 2013
•Memb... More

Representative Cases

Representative Matters: Handled over 2,000 general and premises liability claims for the U.S. Army.; Handled all general and premises liability matters for an Indian Tribe.; Handled Washington State's retailer litigation for international insurance company involving core and tender premises and general liability matters.; Defending a multi-party ge... More

Contact Information

Phone

425.869.4040

Fax

425.869.4050

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Office Information
Dianna Caley
Partner
 2340 130th Avenue NE, Suite D-150,
Bellevue, WA 98005

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