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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

"We've Got To Get Kelly Corr" -- Why Nirvana, Alaska Airlines and Hearst wanted him around; Bill Gates, not so much

Kelly Corr sees a city that many of his friends and colleagues can't.

We're not talking about the commanding view from his office 39 stories above Fourth Avenue-sweeping from Pike Place Market and Westlake mall south to Pioneer Square and the giant cranes on Harbor Island. We're talking about the view in his mind's eye, where Corr surveys a half century of urban politics, economic and social change that have transformed Seattle from a seemingly contented company town into a glistening world capital.

Over four decades of practice, the co-founder of Corr Cronin Michelson Baumgardner Fogg & Moore has been involved in memorable conflicts ranging from battles over Microsoft's operating system to the daily newspaper wars to the demise of the city's most prestigious law firm. He's encountered luminaries from Bill Gates and Warren Magnuson to rock stars Courtney Love and the Wilson sisters. He has immersed himself in an array of complex issues, from airline safety to deep-sea fisheries to pop-music recording.

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