From “concept through completion” or “dirt to done,” clients have come to rely on Tami Boeck for her pragmatic business approach and 30 years of experience representing a wide variety of clients in all areas of project development. Tami routinely advises owners, developers, and general contractors, primarily in California, Idaho, and Nevada. Whether it is advising clients regarding development insurance risks and coverage disputes, pre-project and project contracting risk management (RM) advice relating to project design and development or construction, or dispute resolution in ADR or litigation, she approaches each matter with a focus on the client’s goal and best interests, utilizing a broad range of practical knowledge for her client’s benefit in mitigating disputes or representing clients in litigation where necessary. Tami’s early background representing insurers in coverage claims has also served her policy-holder clients well regarding project protection and in coverage analysis or disputes. Clients retain Tami for advice on wide-ranging projects, including commercial, all types of residential and mixed-use projects, food processing facilities, as well as construction-related aspects of energy-related developments such as oil and gas, mining, solar, wind, geothermal, biofuel, wastewater treatment, along with other industrial facility development. In addition to counseling her clients on ways to avoid protracted litigation through thoughtful negotiations and effective contracts with risk management processes, she handles construction claims and disputes to resolution, through negotiation and mediation to litigation or arbitration. Tami’s advice for clients also encompasses recommendations and handling of significant business conflicts, addressing project delays, disputes over workmanship and performance deficiency claims, as well as those matters involving various state licensing/lien/bond laws, insurance coverage disagreements with insurers, and claims involving toxic tort, product liability, and catastrophic injuries. With her depth of experience, Tami is able to assist and protect her clients when a pragmatic business resolution is not available. Tami previously served for five years as chair of the firm’s Real Estate, Development & Construction group. For many years, she also served as a member of Stoel Rives’ Pro Bono Committee and Coaching and Mentoring Committee. Before joining Stoel Rives, Tami was a shareholder for eight years at another West Coast regional law firm. She was also one of the founders of that firm’s California offices and its subsequent Nevada offices and served as shareholder-in-charge of its former primary California office.