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.
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.
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.
For Washington defense lawyers traveling south, there are important differences between the Washington and Oregon variants of the “no contact” rule—RPC 4.2.
Tips and recommendations following a fully virtual, two-week jury trial in December 2020 in King County.
In addition to lending his time during our January 27, 2021 presentation, King County Superior Court Judge David Keenan also addressed a few recurring questions related to Zoom jury trials.
In a challenging year for the legal community, extraordinary lawyers across our state worked tirelessly to light the way forward. The WDTL Awards shine a spotlight on some of these exceptional people and are an opportunity for all of us to learn from their best practices.
In the spirit of giving this season, WDTL continued their support of the Emergency Feeding Program.
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