SGB attorney Kaitlin Cherf joined KING 5 to discuss a lawsuit brought by a Washington family against Amazon, which for years sold sodium nitrite, a deadly chemical infamously known for being utilized in suicides, especially by vulnerable teenagers.
Since at least 2018, Amazon was made aware that individuals, including children, were buying high-purity sodium nitrite from Amazon’s website for the purpose of dying by suicide. The chemical is infamously known for being utilized in suicides, especially by vulnerable teenagers, and has no ordinary household use. Despite this, Amazon continued to sell the product until as recently as 2022, the suit states.
SGB's Craig Sims joined former Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist and retired Pierce County Judge Brian Tollefson to discuss the latest developments in the Manuel Ellis trial.
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Cori Latousek was held to different standards than her counterparts and experienced targeted and unfair discrimination based on her gender and sexuality.
Hanley becomes the third female SGB attorney to hold the position, following Becky Roe and Janet Rice.
SGB shareholder Craig Sims was recently inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) -– one of the most distinguished organizations of trial lawyers in North America.
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State Supreme Court affirms verdict in favor of an industrial contract worker’s family who was represented by SGB
Washington Bike Law (WBL) and Schroeter Goldmark & Bender (SGB) are the Seattle law firms cooperatively representing the bicyclists.