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Upcoming Employment Seminar:
“A Planning Guide for Employers: What to Expect in 2017”

KTC’s Labor & Employment Department will be hosting their first breakfast seminar of the year on Thursday, March 9th. Click here for more information and how to register.

Alert Outlines Supreme Court Rules for Insurers Under IFCA

A recent client alert by the KTC Insurance Practice Group addresses the Washington Supreme Court Rules for Insurers Under IFCA. Click here to read the full alert.

KTC Shareholder Published in The Receiver 

In the January NAFER publication, attorney Paul Richard Brown writes an article on the process of effective asset recovery, particularly when fraud and concealment are involved. Click here to read the full article. 

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Highlighted Attorney
Richard J. Omata

Richard J. Omata is a shareholder and a member of the Firm’s Board of Directors. He is the Chair of the Employment Relations Department and the innovative KTC Employment Partnership Program. Mr. Omata represents public and private employers in all areas of employment and labor relations. He has been selected as a “Top Business Lawyer” by Seattle Business Monthly and is a Fellow of the the College of Labor & Employment Attorneys. Rick is a graduate of Wesleyan University and Georgetown University Law Center.



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