Lynn S. Prunhuber, Of Counsel
Ms. Prunhuber joined the firm in 2007, after working for the Fraud Division of the King County Prosecutor’s Office for 22 years. She successfully prosecuted complex theft, securities fraud and environmental cases using innovative legal approaches. For elder fraud victims who could not testify or had impaired memory, Ms. Prunhuber pioneered the fiduciary/trust relationship structure of theft. The skills and substance-over-form analysis she honed in the Fraud Division have been quite helpful in document-intensive cases such as Dolan v. King County, a class action pension benefits case.
Ms. Prunhuber has frequently spoken and consulted on case development, fraud, and elder fraud issues with prosecutors, police, investigators and attorneys.
White-Collar Fraud, Elder Fraud, Environmental Crimes
Former Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, King County
Lynn S. Prunhuber
State of Washington, 1980
State of Washington Supreme Court, 1980
B.A., 1972, University of Colorado
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