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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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Aug 08, 2018

The lawsuit filed against The GEO Group, Inc., alleging the company violated Washington minimum wage law by failing to pay civil immigration detainees the lawful minimum wage for work essential to the operation of the Northwest Immigration Detention Center, may proceed as a class action, ruled a federal judge. The lawsuit filed by attorneys Adam…

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Jul 02, 2018

Congrats to our 2018 Super Lawyers Honorees

Congrats to our 2018 Super Lawyers Honorees
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Mar 29, 2018

Watch Adam Berger in an interview with Kiro 7 on the class action settlement. Read more here.

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Jul 19, 2017

Super Lawyers: Adam Berger, Tom Breen, Martin Garfinkel, Kathy Goater, Lindsay Halm, Kristin Houser, Jeff Robinson, Rebecca Roe, Sims Weymuller, Sandy Widlan, William Rutzick. Many Leaders! One Team!

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Jul 14, 2015

Super Lawyers: Adam Berger, Tom Breen, Martin Garfinkel, Kathy Goater, Lindsay Halm, Kristin Houser, Jeff Robinson, Rebecca Roe, Sims Weymuller, Sandy Widlan, Janet Rice, William Rutzick Rising Stars: Anne Kysar, Brit Mercer, Linda Worthington. Many Leaders! One Team!

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Mar 26, 2014

Attorneys at Schroeter Goldmark & Bender (Martin S. Garfinkel, Adam J. Berger, and Lindsay L. Halm) have filed a class action complaint on behalf of workers from Extra Car Airport Parking, Inc. in SeaTac, who were not paid the $15.00 per hour minimum wage as required under the new SeaTac Ordinance that went into effect…

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Mar 19, 2014

SGB attorneys Marty Garfinkel and Adam Berger and our friends at Columbia Legal Services filed a case in federal court on behalf of farm workers against a Yakima Valley grower concerning H-2A, guest worker violations. Read about it in the Yakima Herald.

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Oct 04, 2013

Washington State Labor Council’s Internet Newspaper, The Stand, commends Schroeter Goldmark & Bender attorneys Adam Berger, Kristin Houser, Rebecca Roe and William Rutzick for not attending the WSBA awards dinner to honor the Hyatt boycott. Read the entire article http://www.thestand.org/2013/10/attorneys-honor-hyatt-boycott-rather-than-accept-bar-awards/

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Oct 25, 2012

Schroeter Goldmark & Bender attorneys Marty Garfinkel and Adam Berger are victorious in representing employees in a class action lawsuit against Bethlehem Construction. 328 workers will receive payments of between $100 and $60,000 each under the settlement award in the case. Class Action Settlement against Bethlehem Construction - Puget Sound Business Journal Story 10-23-12 $5.5M Class Action Settlement…