Gordon White is an Associate in Selman Breitman’s Seattle office and is a member of the firm’s Insurance and Commercial Litigation practice groups.  Gordon represents insurers in complex liability issues, including cases arising out of general liability, product liability, and professional liability matters. 

Prior to joining Selman Breitman, Gordon worked as an Associate in the New York offices of Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP and McKool Smith LLP. While there, he honed his coverage analysis and litigation skills representing policyholders in pre-litigation dispute resolution, as well as coverage actions in state and federal court. His experience analyzing case files, conducting legal research, and drafting motions and memoranda enable him to evaluate coverage positions from multiple angles, and he works closely with clients to provide cost-effective recommendations and advice. 

While at Duke University School of Law, Gordon held leadership roles in and helped to develop multiple student organizations providing volunteer legal assistance. He received the Class of 2012's Pro Bono Award for this work. 

Gordon is originally from North Carolina by way of New York City and currently resides in Seattle with his wife and their dog. When not helping clients with their legal needs he spends his time surrounded by books or at the gym.

Related Practices

Bar Admission

State of New York (2013)

State of Washington (2017)

USDC, Southern District of New York (2013)

USDC, Eastern District of New York (2013)

 

Education

Duke University School of Law, J.D. (2012)

New York University, College of Arts and Science, B.A. (2005) (Anthropology, summa cum laude)