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Aug 23, 2021

These Best Lawyers represent the dedication, expertise and experience every member brings to our team.

Four SGB attorneys recognized in Best Lawyers for 2022
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Aug 19, 2021

The honor is awarded to an individual or organization whose efforts, courage, litigation or innovative work results in the creation of a more just society.

William Rutzick receives 2021 Gerhard Letzing Public Justice Award from Washington State Association for Justice
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Aug 12, 2021

SGB recently welcomed two new attorneys to the team, Ashley Gomez and Carson Phillips-Spotts, who join the firm’s talented team of lawyers dedicated to pursuing justice for our clients.

SGB welcomes attorneys Ashley Gomez and Carson Phillips-Spotts
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Aug 06, 2021

These women continually bring excellence to several practice areas, including Class Actions, Employment Law, Personal Injury & Wrongful Death, and Sexual Assault & Harassment.

Three SGB Lawyers Recognized as Top Fifty Super Lawyers Women in Washington for 2021
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Aug 05, 2021

These best-of-the-best exemplify the heart, skill and experience every member brings to our team.

Fourteen SGB lawyers recognized as top-rated lawyers in Washington by Super Lawyers
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Aug 02, 2021

We are now located in the Rainier Square building at 401 Union Street.

Schroeter, Goldmark & Bender has moved!
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Jul 08, 2021

AZA is the target of a new lawsuit brought by renowned researcher and orangutan expert Dr. Graham L. Banes claiming the association practiced discrimination and unlawful retaliation following an alleged sexual assault against Dr. Banes by Ronda Schwetz, executive director of the Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison, Wisconsin.

Firm News |
Jun 18, 2021

Kevan Holdsworth's life was cut short because of one company's failure to warn workers about its hazardous products.

FAMILY OF FORMER CAMAS PAPER MILL WORKER RECEIVES RECORD $16.67 MILLION VERDICT IN MESOTHELIOMA CASE AGAINST SCAPA WAYCROSS
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May 07, 2021

When a healthcare worker sexually assaults or abuses a patient, the impact can be devastating.

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Apr 19, 2021

Since Kent police killed her son Giovonn four years ago, Sonia Joseph has fought for police reform and accountability.

SGB’s Craig Sims and Kaitlin Wright Secure $4.4M settlement for family of Black man killed by Kent Police