ACOG has published literature setting birth trauma causation criteria to deny justice to children and to defend against lawsuits. Sims Weymuller and Liz McLafferty wrote about this topic. The article was published by WSAJ in Trial News. Introduction Brains need oxygen. When deprived of oxygen, brain cells die. One of the more devastating forms of birth injury…
We mourn the passing of Paul Whelan on April 13, 2018. Paul was a member of Schroeter Goldmark & Bender from 1969 to 1997. Thereafter, he became a partner at Strittmatter Kessler Withey Whelan and Coluccio. Paul had practiced with John Goldmark when John and Len Schroeter decided they wanted to start a law firm…
We are excited to welcome our newest shareholder, Luke Garrett!
By Lucy Berliner, Mary Ellen Stone, and SGB's Becky Roe. Read Article Here
Sandy was appointed to the King County Superior Court bench.
We are happy to welcome one of our newest shareholders, Jamal Whitehead!
Watch Adam Berger in an interview with Kiro 7 on the class action settlement. Read more here.
Thanks, Nina, for the excellent 5-star reviews for Jamal Whitehead and Lindsay Halm.
SGB's Jamal Whitehead will be a part of the panel at WSBA's Decoding the Law discussion on sexual harassment. Sexual Harassment: How is #MeToo transforming the workplace? Noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, 2018 WSBA Conference Center, 1325 Fourth Ave., Seattle, and via live webcast Click Here for more information.
SGB's Rebecca Roe, is suing Microsoft on behalf of Greg Blauert. Here is the Complaint. She has been quoted in a WSJ article titled, "The Worst Job in Technology: Staring at Human Depravity to Keep It Off Facebook". The article writes, "Rebecca Roe, a lawyer for the other employee, Greg Blauert, says tech companies should…