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Oct 11, 2019

We are excited to announce that Craig Sims will be presenting on Plaintiff Closing at The Masters in Trial (MIT) program on November 7.

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Oct 04, 2019

Eleven SGB attorneys have been recognized by their peers as "Washington Super Lawyers" or "Rising Stars" for 2019.

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Oct 04, 2019

Congratulations to SGB Attorney Sims Weymuller for Co-Chairing another successful Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) Convention.

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Sep 03, 2019

Craig Sims will join a panel of distinguished judges and attorneys for a discussion about understanding and handling implicit bias in mediations and arbitrations. Find event and registration details here.

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Aug 13, 2019

SGB’s Sims Weymuller and Liz McLafferty have filed lawsuits against Monsanto alleging Roundup exposure has caused ...

Lawsuit Against Monsanto - Roundup Exposure
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Jun 17, 2019

SGB’s Becky Roe is quoted in a Seattle Times cover-story about sexual assaults within University of Washington’s athletic department.

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Jun 11, 2019

In case you haven't heard, Jamal Whitehead is speaking about workplace rights at the next Future For Us event on June 13. The #FutureForUs is a new group dedicated to advancing women of color to the highest levels of corporate, government, and social sector organizations.

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Jun 11, 2019

Exposure to Monsanto’s Roundup™, the most widely used herbicide in the United States, may cause cancer and other serious injuries. The World Health Organization (WHO) determined that glyphosate, the active chemical in the herbicide, is a Group 2A agent, citing it as “probably carcinogenic to humans.”

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Feb 13, 2019

SGB's Becky Roe was honored with WSAJ's President's Award at the 2018 Annual Convention.

WSAJ's President's Award - Becky Roe
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Feb 07, 2019

Lindsay Halm co-authored a winning amicus brief in the Floeting v. Group Health case on behalf of Legal Voice. She argued – and the Washington Supreme Court agreed – that places of public accommodation (like hotels, restaurants, bars, and hospitals) must be held directly responsible when their employees discriminate against customers. Way to go Lindsay!