Disability Law Attorneys in King County
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Causey, James C., Jr. Attorney
401 2nd Avenue SOUTH, Suite 303

(206) 292-8627
Clark Lyle M Jr
1800 112th Ave NE

(425) 452-3092
Farber Law Group
10655 Northeast 4th Street

Harpold, David L
8407 S 259th Suite 101

(253) 656-5229
Oliver David
109 18th Ave S

(206) 323-4170
Petgrave Randolph O
100 S King St

(206) 583-0422
Scott Kinney Fjelstad
600 University St

(206) 622-2200
Teller Associate
1139 34th Ave, Ste B

(206) 324-8969

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25, Jul 2014 - Stanford's Ponzi victims cannot file compensation claims -U.S. court
By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court dealt a blow to the victims of financier Allen Stanford's Ponzi scheme on Friday, ruling that they were not eligible under federal law to file claims seeking compensation for their losses. The decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit also marks a major loss for the Securities and Exchange Commission ...
24, Jul 2014 - New York ruling on fracking bans might send tremors across US
WASHINGTON, D.C. — New York state’s highest court ruled Monday that cities and towns have the power to ban fracking, a decision that comes as local governments across the nation are increasingly trying to use zoning laws to stop the contentious spread of drilling.
24, Jul 2014 - Mason, WA Happy customers high on opening-day retail pot experience in Washington
There were old hippies in tie-dyed shirts, an industrial hemp activist, and a drag queen seeking a particular strain of cannabis to stay “awake and active” when dancing.
24, Jul 2014 - Drug Felons Could Get Early Release
FILE - This July 14, 2014 file photo shows Attorney General Eric Holder speaking at the Justice Department in Washington.
24, Jul 2014 - Pelvalon Announces Results from the LIFE Pivotal Trial at the 2014 AUGS/IUGA Conference
SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pelvalon, Inc. is making its clinical debut at the 2014 AUGS/IUGA Scientific Meeting in Washington, D.C. with the presentation of results from LIFE, a pivotal study of the Pelvalon's Vaginal Bowel Control (VBC) System.  Holly E. Richter, Ph.D, M.D., Director of the Division of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery at the University of ...
24, Jul 2014 - State Bar Court Recommends Suspension for Former Federal Prosecutor
The State Bar Court has recommended a minimum three-year suspension for a former federal prosecutor based on misconduct he engaged in while working as an assistant U.S. attorney in Washington, D.C.
23, Jul 2014 - Shoreline, WA Three vie for King County District Court judgeship
A trio of part-time judges is competing to fill a King County District Court open seat. Judge Linda Jacke has announced her retirement in the Northeast Division, which serves a large swath of the Eastside from Lake Washington in the west to the county line in the east, and from Newcastle and areas south of North [...]
23, Jul 2014 - Attorney returns to White House under legal siege
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawyer Neil Eggleston could be looking toward a comfortable retirement on the generous nest egg he built through high-stakes representation of prominent Washington officials and corporate clients. Instead, he's returning to a grueling post at a White House under siege on multiple legal fronts.
23, Jul 2014 - After lucrative legal career, Eggleston returns to government at White House under legal siege
WASHINGTON — Lawyer Neil Eggleston could be looking toward a comfortable retirement on the generous nest egg he built through high-stakes representation of prominent Washington officials and corporate clients.
23, Jul 2014 - U.S. judicial agency to vote on releasing federal prisoners early
By Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than 50,000 drug offenders may be released early from federal prison if a U.S. judiciary agency votes on Friday to change the nation's sentencing guidelines. A proposal before the U.S. Sentencing Commission would take an average of 23 months off prison terms being served by drug offenders, making retroactive an amendment to sentencing guidelines ...
23, Jul 2014 - Former Glen Rock man charged for taking money from currency business
Posted by: Lea Jolan (LJWilson@SBGTV.com) The U.S. Attorney's Office announced Tuesday that Christopher A. Engel, 34, formerly of Glen Rock, currently residing in Washington, Utah, was sentenced in connection with his operation of Pinnacle Forex Group ("PFG"), LLC, a currency trading firm that he operated from his home in Glen Rock. ...
23, Jul 2014 - Congress considers withholding Egypt aid
WASHINGTON — Senior lawmakers said on Tuesday they were rethinking the more than $1 billion in military aid Washington sends to Cairo because Egyptian courts ...
23, Jul 2014 - U.S. lawmakers: Egypt's 'descent toward despotism' risks U.S. aid
By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senior U.S. lawmakers said on Tuesday they were rethinking the more than $1 billion in military aid Washington sends to Cairo after Egyptian courts handed out mass death sentences to opposition figures and long prison terms for journalists. The chairman of the U.S. Senate subcommittee that oversees foreign aid said further funds should be withheld ...
23, Jul 2014 - US lawmakers: Egypt's "descent toward despotism" risks US aid
Senior US lawmakers said on Tuesday they were rethinking the more than $1 billion military aid Washington sends to Cairo after Egyptian courts handed out mass death sentences to opposition figures and long prison terms for journalists.
23, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma gay marriage ban ruled unconstitutional
Gabrielle Levy WASHINGTON, July 18 (UPI) -- A federal appeals court has ruled Oklahoma's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, following its similar decision striking down Utah's ban last month.
23, Jul 2014 - Supreme Court Justice Alito denies Schuylkill clerk's bid on gay marriage
WASHINGTON — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Wednesday denied a request from a Schuylkill County clerk who was seeking a stay of a lower court decision that had allowed gay marriage to go into effect in Pennsylvania.
22, Jul 2014 - Pacific, WA Russian accused of hacking 'may die in US prison': father
The father of a Russian man detained by the US on hacking charges warned Friday his son would die without medical help, raising the stakes in the latest spat between Moscow and Washington. Russia has accused US authorities of abducting Roman Seleznev in the Maldives and secretly transporting him to the American territory of Guam in a case that further piqued Kremlin's anger amid a showdown over ...
22, Jul 2014 - Feds take a beating for backing off Swallow probe
County attorneys and Utah political leaders used the Department of Justice (DOJ) as a piñata Tuesday, batting around federal prosecutors in Washington, D.C., for dropping their investigation last year of former Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff. County prosecutors picked up that probe and — with help from state investigators and local FBI agents — turned it into Utah’s biggest ...
22, Jul 2014 - Rand Paul and his Democratic buds
Washington (CNN) - Republican Sen. Rand Paul teamed up with a Democrat once again Tuesday in his effort to restore voting rights for convicted criminals who've served time in prison. The Kentucky senator held a panel discussion on Capitol Hill with Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, the latest high-profile Democrat publicly working with Paul to […]
22, Jul 2014 - Stevens, WA Lawyer for Libyan militant says evidence lacking
WASHINGTON (AP) — A lawyer for a Libyan militant charged in the 2012 Benghazi attacks said Wednesday that she had seen no evidence tying her client to the violence, but a judge nonetheless directed Ahmed Abu Khattala to remain in custody as the Justice Department builds its case against him.
22, Jul 2014 - University of Wash. student charged after pledging to kill women and praising California gunman
A University of Washington student charged in federal court with making threatening comments over the Internet, including pledging to kill women and praising a California rampage gunman, will be released on bond on Friday, a judge ruled on Thursday.
22, Jul 2014 - AP Top News at 11:44 a.m. EDT
WASHINGTON (AP) — Seeking to turn around a troubled agency, President Barack Obama will nominate former Procter & Gamble executive Robert McDonald to lead a Veterans Affairs department gripped by reports of treatment delays and cover-ups.
22, Jul 2014 - Google must face class action over kids' in-apps purchases
By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google Inc must face a class action lawsuit filed by a U.S. woman whose son had bought online videogame items without her consent, a federal judge ruled late on Monday as he turned down the company's request to dismiss the action. The case, which accuses Google of breaking various laws regarding fair dealing with consumers, can go forward, Judge Ronald Whyte ...
21, Jul 2014 - Seattle teacher killed in Lake Washington boat collision
A Renton real-estate agent has been booked into the King County Jail for investigation of homicide in connection with the death of a beloved schoolteacher on Lake Washington on Wednesday.
21, Jul 2014 - Mesothelioma Victims Center Provides More Vital Services for Diagnosed Victims and Family Members T
WASHINGTON, July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mesothelioma Victims Center is the only group in the nation focused on making certain a diagnosed victim of mesothelioma receives the best possible compensation by providing instant access to the nation's most skilled mesothelioma compensation lawyers. They also provide a customized treatment options report designed specifically for an individual ...
21, Jul 2014 - Justices' cellphone privacy ruling may have broad impact
Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the Supreme Court's decision on cellphone privacy. / Pablo Martinez Monsivais, AP WASHINGTON - When it comes to same-sex marriage, last year's Supreme Court ruling that the federal government must recognize legally married gay and lesbian couples has led to a string of lower court decisions striking down state marriage bans.
21, Jul 2014 - North Carolina man sentenced in Arundel sex trafficking case
A 31-year-old North Carolina man was sentenced to 46 months in prison Friday following a plea agreement on charges of sex trafficking in Anne Arundel County. County police had apprehended the man, Michael Darnell Boswell Jr., in June 2013 near the Baltimore-Washington International Airport based on information from an undercover detective.
21, Jul 2014 - BUSTED: 12 federally indicted after Washington Co. Sheriff’s officials, DEA take down “molly”
WASHINGTON COUNTY (WITI) — The Washington County Sheriff’s Department, and the DEA are being credited for taking down a large “molly” drug ring — and 12 individuals have been federally indicted. United States Attorney James Santelle announced on Monday, July 21st 12 defendants have been indicted in federal court with conspiracy to import and distribute […]
21, Jul 2014 - Leader of Alabama task force to testify in DC
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — State Sen. Cam Ward of Alabaster will be in Washington on July 15 to speak to a congressional subcommittee about making changes in prisons. Ward is chairman of Alabama's new Prison Reform Task Force. The House Judiciary Committee's crime subcommittee invited him to speak at a hearing on prison reform, and Ward accepted. The Alabama Prison Reform Task Force was created ...
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