Silenced No More in Washington
9/14/2022
Michael Kutzner, Tyson & Mendes
Non-disclosure and non-disparagement clauses were often effective in keeping facts of workplace misconduct safe. As of June 9, 2022, the Silenced No More Act (“Act”) prohibits these types of clauses from being used to block employees from speaking out about prohibited acts of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, sexual assault, and wage-theft in the workplace.
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Admissibility Considerations of Neuroimaging and Advanced Neurovascular Imaging In Traumatic Brain Injury Cases
by: Sebastian Toth, Senior Associate at Holt Woods & Scisciani LLP

9/14/2022

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TBI cases are classified as mild, moderate, or severe, with structural injuries to the brain varying on a case-by-case basis, the severity of which may result in short-term or long-term conditions such as headaches, reduced cognitive function, sleep disorders, and other emotional and mental difficulties.
5 Things Attorneys Won’t Tell You When Attending Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Programming
by: Melinda Wieder, J.D. (she/her)

9/14/2022

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The focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) will continue to be a hot topic in the legal profession in the years to come. More and more law firms nationally are committing to real action towards DEI.
The Future of Washington’s Roads – Regulatory and Liability Developments Arising from the Introduction of Autonomous Vehicles
by: Peter C. Nierman, Forsberg & Umlauf, P.S.

9/14/2022

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As manufacturers pour billions of dollars into this technology, the legal field will need to adapt to the changing regulatory and liability environment that is sure to follow.