Eric M. Butterworth
Mr. Butterworth has practiced law since 1984. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Brigham Young University in 1982. He lived in Spokane, Washington with his wife and young family from 1981 until 1987, graduating from Gonzaga University’s School of Law with a Juris Doctorate degree in 1984. While in Spokane, he practiced in a law firm focusing on real estate and securities law. In 1987, he and his family moved to Kennewick and opened a solo practice with an emphasis in real estate law. He continued his successful practice with the Kennewick office of the well-respected Paine Hamblen law firm from 1999 until 2003 and then took a position with his wife’s family-owned real estate construction, development and management company. There he broadened his real estate experience by focusing on its business and operations aspects. He returned to his solo law practice in 2006. In March 2016, he began a one year sabbatical to serve with his wife on a mission with his church. He will return to practice with the firm in March 2017
- City of Kennewick Planning Commission including a period as chair
- Zintel Canyon Greenway development and maintenance
- Leadership Tri-Cities Class IX
- Washington State Bar Association Disciplinary Board Member
- Member of Benton Franklin Rental Owners Association
- Boy Scouts of America including a period as a member of the Blue Mountain Council executive committee – presently an executive board member
- Church service
Mr. Butterworth’s greatest joy in life is his wife and family. His hobby is gardening.
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Cory M. Davidson
Cory M. Davidson has been an associate in the firm since 2012. He graduated from Utah State University (magna cum laude) with a BA degree in political science in 2002. Thereafter, he received a Masters degree from Utah State University in economics in 2005. After teaching economics on the university level he pursued his legal education at Brigham Young University’s J. Rueben Clarke law school and received his juris doctor degree in 2011. Cory is active in community service in his church and in the veteran’s community where he has spearheaded the annual veteran’s Will clinic since 2014. Mr. Davidson became a member of the firm in 2016.
Danielle Duncan has been a legal assistant with the firm since September 2012. She is a well-respected member of the local legal community. If our firm could be called a “well-oiled machine”, she would be the oil that makes it so. She and her husband enjoy camping, hiking, kayaking, fishing and other outdoor activities together.