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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.
Chen-Chen Jiang’s passion for working with underserved communities initially drove her toward a career in teaching. After graduating from college, she joined Teach For America in Detroit as a kindergarten teacher and later became a teacher coach, which she describes as one of the most challenging yet rewarding experiences of her life.
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.
After a 40-year legal career litigating major product liability cases in the automotive industry, and a lifetime spent raising a family and pursuing unique interests, Seattle attorney Peter O’Neil learned he was on the autism spectrum. The revelation is the basis of his recently published memoir My So-Called Disorder: Autism, Exploding Trucks, and the Big Daddy of Rock and Roll. Releasing just days before National Autism Acceptance Month, O’Neil explores how autistic and neurodivergent individuals bring nuanced perspectives to the workplace and any human endeavor because of their identification, not despite.