Whitsitt Law PLLC

Whitsitt Law PLLC

Negotiation • Transactions • Mediation • Results

whitsitt libraryWhitsitt Law PLLC has vast experience in business and each client’s case is important to us. An initial consultation is at no charge, so we invite you to talk with Bob to discuss your issues. Areas of practice include:

Bob Whitsitt has negotiated over 1,000 contracts with professional athletes, coaches, agents, business executives, employees, advertisers, public officials, sports team owners, and others. Whitsitt Law PLLC will represent clients throughout any issue including negotiations, drafting and contract executions.

Whitsitt Law offers services in a variety of transactional activities which include: Non-Disclosure Agreements; Non-Compete Agreements; Employment Agreements; Personal Contracts, and Business Consultation & Strategies.

This dispute resolution process can save people the substantial financial and emotional cost of litigation. In addition, mediation allows you to control the outcome rather than having a judge render a decision which satisfies neither party.

Juris Doctorate, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, magna cum laude.
Master of Arts in Sports Administration, The Ohio State University.
Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point.

In law school Bob earned CALI Awards for Excellence, recognizing the highest grade in the class, for his courses in Transactions & Settlements and Deals & Disputes.

Bar Admission

American Bar Association
Washington State Bar Association
King County Bar Association
Young Presidents’ Organization


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