Hanley becomes the third female SGB attorney to hold the position, following Becky Roe and Janet Rice.
For over 40 years, recognition by Best Lawyers has been regarded as the highest, most respected honor in the legal field, largely due to its comprehensive peer-review process.
A King County Superior Court jury has decided in favor of Linda O’Brien, a cancer survivor, who experienced discriminatory and retaliatory treatment by her former employer, an orthodontic and dental clinic with locations in Western Washington when they failed to accommodate her diagnosis and later wrongfully terminated her employment. Ms. O’Brien, who was represented by the law firm Schroeter Goldmark & Bender (SGB), received $3,263,230 in total damages.
Attorneys say case marks major milestone in sexual abuse litigation and brings significant compensation to survivor
A King County Superior Court jury has decided in favor of two Bellevue restaurant employees who were denied adequate wages and overtime pay, resulting in to date, awards of more than $680,000.
Congratulations to SGB’s fourteen Super Lawyers, including four Rising Star attorneys and three Top 50 Women attorneys, who were each recognized by their peers as top-rated lawyers in Washington!
He deserves our recognition and gratitude for elevating the standard for the bar and for teaching us that the best lawyers know how to disagree without being disagreeable.
“Workplace Conflict and the Corporate Medical Playbook: How to Safeguard Your Career” will stream live via webinar on at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 19.
The WSAJ 2021 Annual Convention includes a session with SGB attorneys Elizabeth McLafferty and Sims Weymuller for a Q+A on expert testimony motions, and a session with Elizabeth Hanley for a discussion on the hybrid jury trial.
“You know it’s a very good signal when you ask trusted contacts who is the best employment attorney, and you hear the same name over and over – Elizabeth Hanley."