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Two companies applied for permits to expand their oil terminals on the shores of Grays Harbor.
The Washington Supreme Court’s decision in Whatcom County v. Hirst, will significantly impact rural water availability by requiring Washington counties to ignore exceptions for permit-exempt wells in many of the state’s instream flow protection rules, causing considerable and unwarranted hardship to rural property owners. 195 more words
No attorney-client privilege for communications between corporate or governmental counsel and former employees, state Supreme Court rules.
In a case of first impression in Washington, the state Supreme Court recently held 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. 631 more words
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