Trial Results & Employment Law News
The legal market in the Puget Sound area includes a number of excellent employment law firms representing employees. Most of these firms do not regularly take cases to trial. Nor do they have the record or reputation of Ms. Bloom for standout success at trial.
New State Law Gives High-Risk Employees Right to Alternative Work Assignments to Minimize COVID-19 Exposure
Governor’s Proclamation prevents job loss, health insurance loss, and retaliation.
Even in the wake of #MeToo, there’s no clear-cut “right” way to respond to sexual harassment. Here’s how to make an informed decision about what to do.
Do women have super strength as trial lawyers? “We connect, we talk, we empathize, we feel things, and understand things, and create bonds, sometimes almost effortlessly. There is great power in that ability when you need to connect with a jury.”
We can’t help everyone with an employment problem. But these resources can help you understand your rights and point you in the right direction
Whether you’re worried about getting the boot or getting a pink slip, here are some tips to protect yourself before the axe falls.
Troy Coachman was a 14-year employee of the Mercedes-Benz dealership on Airport Way when he was diagnosed with cancer and underwent a laryngectomy at the end of 2014.
Even after eight years of economic recovery and steady private-sector job growth, wages for most Americans have hardly budged. A new study reports that one in five workers with a high school education or less are subject to noncompete agreements.
A jury awarded $16 million to two former Port of Seattle employees it determined were wrongfully fired, among the biggest verdicts of its kind in state history. A settlement between the plaintiffs and the Port caps damages.
A King County jury found Thursday that the Port of Seattle wrongfully terminated two employees, who alleged they were ousted for refusing to extend leases of airport businesses favored by a Port commissioner.