EEOC Permits Employers to Mandate COVID Vaccinations to Employees: Now What?
2/8/2021
Sarah Turner & Hieu Williams
With the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, employers will now face a different set of challenges as they grapple with the decision of whether or not to require employee vaccination.
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What In-Person Jury Trials Look Like During COVID-19 Pandemic in Washington State
by: Kelsey Shewbert & Brandon Smith

2/8/2021

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Kelsey Shewbert and Brandon Smith completed a three-day trial in Clark County from November 23-25, 2020. The trial was a good example of what to expect for in-person jury trials in Clark County and how other counties in Washington may handle jury trials until social distancing guidelines are lifted.
Hermanson v. MultiCare: Washington Supreme Court clarifies scope of corporate attorney-client privilege and application of Loudon rule
by: David Norman & Mike Madden

2/8/2021

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Over 20 years ago, the Washington Supreme Court announced in Loudon v. Myhre that, in order to protect the patient-physician relationship, defense counsel cannot have what it called “ex parte” communications with a personal injury plaintiff’s non-party treating physicians.
Heading South: Key Differences Between the Washington and Oregon Versions of the “No Contact” Rule
by: Mark J. Fucile

2/8/2021

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For Washington defense lawyers traveling south, there are important differences between the Washington and Oregon variants of the “no contact” rule—RPC 4.2.