In a case of first impression in Washington, the Supreme Court held recently that communications between corporate or governmental counsel and former employees do not fall within the attorney-client privilege even if the communications concern matters that occurred during a former employee’s work for the corporation or government agency involved. 700 more words
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Congratulations to our 71 members who celebrate 50 years of WSBA membership in 2016!
Congratulations to our 71 members who celebrate 50 years of WSBA membership in 2016! 45 more words
In this much anticipated opinion, the Washington Supreme Court has ruled that, in violation of state law, Whatcom County did not ensure the existence of adequate water supplies before issuing building permits. 35 more words
A recent decision from the Court of Appeals illustrates that some fee disputes will not meet the “public interest” requirement.
Since Short v. Demopolis, 103 Wn.2d 52, 691 P.2d 163 (1984), the business aspects of law practice have been subject to the Washington Consumer Protection Act. 414 more words