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

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

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

Harpold, David L
Kent
8407 S 259th Suite 101

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

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

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

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

(206) 324-8969


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14, Apr 2015 - Spokane, WA Attorney General looking to keep Spokane sex offender behind bars
SPOKANE, Wash. - The Washington State Attorney General's Office is looking to keep a Spokane sex offender behind bars. The Attorney General's Office filed a petition last week to civilly commit 37-year-old Travis Fields and prevent his release back into the community. Fields was convicted of two sexually violent offenses.
14, Apr 2015 - Spokane, WA Attorney general seeks to prevent Spokane sex offender release - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 PST
The Washington attorney's general's office is seeking to prevent the release of a convicted Spokane sex offender from prison.
14, Apr 2015 - Seattle, WA State Supreme Court weighs paid breaks for piece-rate workers
Thu, 19 Mar 2015 17:03:26 GMT By Ross Courtney Yakima Herald-Republic Photos by GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic Washington Supreme Court Chief Justice Barbara Madsen, center, questions an attorney Tuesday at Heritage University in Toppenish. The justices heard arguments in three cases, including one dealing with piece-rate pay for workers on rest breaks. TOPPENISH — Though they casually ate ...
14, Apr 2015 - Jury starts day two of deliberations in Boston trial
US jurors began a second day of deliberations in the Boston bombings trial Wednesday after asking questions about the need for a unanimous verdict and the nature of conspiracy. Three people were killed and 264 others wounded in the twin blasts at the city's marathon in 2013, the worst attack in the United States since the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York, Washington and Pennsylvania ...
14, Apr 2015 - Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Focuses On Construction Workers Diagnosed With Mesothelioma And Mak
WASHINGTON, April 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mesothelioma Victims Center is urging diagnosed victims who were exposed to asbestos while working in the construction industry as a plumber, electrician, carpenter, or insulator to call them at 866-714-6466 to ensure they have the nation's top compensation lawyers, and mesothelioma cancer treatment specialists. The Mesothelioma Victims Center is ...
14, Apr 2015 - Supreme Court rejects N.C. appeal on election law
WASHINGTON The Supreme Court has passed up an early chance to review a contested North Carolina election law that opponents say limits the ability of African-Americans to cast ballots. The high court intervened in October to order that the law remain in effect for the fall elections after a lower court ruling blocking part of the law.
14, Apr 2015 - Fresh battles over gay rights erupt in states as Supreme Court hearing nears
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court's historic hearing later this month about same-sex marriage is already sparking fresh battles over gay rights as opponents try to limit the impact of what they fear will be an unfavorable decision.
14, Apr 2015 - Seattle, WA Spectators, protesters gather for Sakuma case hearing in Toppenish
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 06:06:07 GMT By Ross Courtney Yakima Herald-Republic Photos by GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic Washington Supreme Court Chief Justice Barbara Madsen, center, questions an attorney Tuesday at Heritage University in Toppenish. The justices heard arguments in three cases, including one dealing with piece-rate pay workers for rest breaks. TOPPENISH, Wash. — Attorneys representing ...
14, Apr 2015 - U.S. top court agrees to hear 'Wichita Massacre' appeals
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear an appeal by the state of Kansas seeking the death penalty for two brothers convicted in the execution-style murders of four people on a snowy soccer field in a 2000 crime spree called the Wichita Massacre. The brothers, Jonathan and Reginald Carr, and prosecutors appealed for different reasons after the ...
14, Apr 2015 - King, WA Man who killed grandparents dies in prison
WALLA WALLA, Wash. (AP) — An inmate at the Washington State Penitentiary who was serving a life sentence for strangling his grandparents has died. The Department of Corrections says Michael Chadd Boysen died March 18. Authorities say Boysen lost consciousness when he returned to his cell after taking a shower. Prison staff attempted to revive […]
29, Nov 2014 - Yakima, WA Is Gov. Jay Inslee an absentee governor or a patient strategist?
The state’s chief executive is busy making public appearances highlighting climate change, but appears absent on nuts-and-bolts issues facing Washington.
12, Oct 2014 - US Supreme Court to decide Ohio child abuse case
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether Ohio prosecutors acted constitutionally when they relied on what a child-abuse victim told his teachers to convict a Cleveland man of felonious assault. Acting on an appeal by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and prosecutors from Cuyahoga County, the justices agreed today to hear the case, with oral arguments taking place early next year ...
12, Oct 2014 - Chelsea Manning Sues U.S. Over Hormone Therapy Denial
Army Private Bradley Manning was convicted of leaking secret information, sued the government, claiming she's being deprived of hormone therapy and other treatment tied to her transgender status. Manning experiences "escalating anxiety, distress and depression" due to lack of "medically necessary treatment," according to a complaint in Washington federal court, filed on her behalf by the ...
12, Oct 2014 - Seattle, WA Inquest ordered into police shooting by state troopers | King County Executive
King County Executive Dow Constantine has ordered an inquest into the fatal shooting of Jonathan Whitehead by Washington State Patrol troopers on June 16, 201
11, Oct 2014 - Upskirt photo law hits a legal setback
A Washington, D.C., judge has dismissed a case against a man for taking photos up women's skirts at the Lincoln Memorial. It was not an invasion of privacy, the judge ruled. "This Court finds that no individual clothed and positioned in such a manner in a public area in broad daylight in the presence of countless other individuals could have a reasonable expectation of privacy," Judge Juliet ...
11, Oct 2014 - Court to consider rules on judicial campaign cash
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Thursday it will resolve a growing debate over whether states that elect judges can stop candidates from directly seeking campaign contributions.
11, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court to consider whether judicial candidates can personally solicit campaign cash
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court said Thursday it will resolve a growing debate over whether states that elect judges can stop candidates from directly seeking campaign contributions.
11, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court meets to consider taking gay marriage cases
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court met behind closed doors on Monday to consider whether they should take up the hotly contested question of whether states can ban gay marriage. The court has seven cases pending before it concerning bans in five states: Virginia, Utah, Oklahoma, Wisconsin and Indiana. If the court agrees to take one or more of ...
11, Oct 2014 - Court orders on voting rights mostly about timing
WASHINGTON (AP) — In seemingly contradictory voting-rights actions just a month before November's elections, the Supreme Court has allowed new Republican-inspired restrictions to remain in force in North Carolina and Ohio while blocking Wisconsin's voter identification law.
11, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court orders on voting rights more about timing ahead of elections than validity
WASHINGTON — In seemingly contradictory voting-rights actions just a month before November's elections, the Supreme Court has allowed new Republican-inspired restrictions to remain in force in North Carolina and Ohio while blocking Wisconsin's voter identification law.
11, Oct 2014 - High Court Could Hear Gay Marriage
Washington — The Supreme Court opens its new term today with a fall lineup of cases that includes how to deal with violent threats on the Internet, the role of religious liberty in prisons and whether working women who are pregnant have a right to lighter duties on the job.
10, Oct 2014 - SCOTUS refuses to hear cases regarding bans on same-sex marriages
WASHINGTON, DC – Johnny Roberts and The Supremes (aka the Supreme Court of the United States) started their new tour with a surprise that was a big hit in some parts of the country. The court refused to hear cases from five states wanting to lift bans on same-sex marriages, making it easier for them […]
10, Oct 2014 - High court action on voting aims to avoid chaos
WASHINGTON (AP) — In seemingly contradictory voting-rights actions just a month before November's elections, the Supreme Court has allowed new Republican-inspired restrictions to remain in force in North Carolina and Ohio while blocking Wisconsin's voter identification law.
10, Oct 2014 - Man charged with Billings Walmart rifle theft makes first appearance in federal court
BILLINGS - A Washington state man accused of breaking a display case and stealing a semi-automatic rifle and ammunition from a Billings Walmart made his first appearance in federal court on Friday.
10, Oct 2014 - Lewis, WA U.S. judge hears of Guantanamo force-feeding techniques
WASHINGTON – Hunger-striking prisoners who are force-fed at Guantanamo Bay can choose from several flavors, including strawberry, for the liquid meal they must ingest, while well-behaved inmates are sometimes force-fed communally, a U.S. court heard Wednesday.
10, Oct 2014 - Nolan Auerbach & White Partners Present at National False Claims Act Conference
Last week, Partners Marcella Auerbach and Jeb White presented at the Fourteenth Annual Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund Conference in Washington, D.C. Mr. White presented during the opening day session of the conference, during a panel session titled, “Best Practices for Effectively Working with the Government.” The panel was moderated by qui tam attorney Neil Getnick, and Mr.
10, Oct 2014 - Testy Words Fly in AIG Suit
WASHINGTON—For three days in a federal court here, trial lawyer David Boies jabbed at former top government officials Henry Paulson and Timothy Geithner about why they treated American International Group Inc. so harshly when engineering the 2008 bailout of the company. Mr. Boies instead built a painstaking—and at times complicated—argument that the officials wrongfully imposed tough terms to ...
10, Oct 2014 - Greenberg Team to Grill Bernanke, Geithner on AIG Bailout
Greenberg's Starr International Co., AIG's largest shareholder when the financial crisis struck, sued the government, calling its assumption of 80 percent of the insurer's stock an unconstitutional "taking" of property that requires at least $25 billion in compensation. A trial over his claims began today in Washington, where David Boies, Greenberg's famed litigator, will question the architects ...
10, Oct 2014 - Man arrested for charging White House had knife: U.S. attorney's office
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Omar Gonzalez, the man arrested on Friday after climbing the fence at the White House and making his way into the executive mansion while President Barack Obama was away, was armed with a knife, the U.S. Attorney's Office said on Saturday.
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