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KTC Seminar: Could You Be Held Personally Liable for Employment Claims?
On November 7th, KTC’s Employment Department will host a breakfast seminar addressing employment claims filed directly against HR professionals, executive staff and board members by an employee. Click here learn more about the event and how to register!
KTC Welcomes Associate Lauren C. Arndorfer
KTC announces the addition of associate Lauren Arndorfer to the firm’s Business and Finance Department. Learn more about her here!
KTC School Client Workshop Series Starts October 20
With the school year in full swing, KTC school attorneys Tracy Miller and Celeste Monroe launch their school client workshop series starting with, “Managing Employee Performance: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” on October 20th. Quarterly workshops will include 80-minute presentations and hands-on hypothetical scenarios. Click here to learn more about the event and how to register
Tony Ramsey is quickly making a name for himself in the Greater Seattle trusts and estates community. This rising star is known for his ability to craft custom estate plans to meet the needs of each individual client. Tony immerses himself in all facets of trust and estates law to constantly build his knowledge of the practice with the same passion, drive and interest he brought to learning French while a student in Nantes, France.
In addition to his growing practice, Tony shares the nuts and bolts of his legal craft with future lawyers as an Affiliate Instructor of Law in Taxation at the University of Washington School of Law. Each year, he takes his classroom on the road, leading a group of J.D. and Tax LL.M. students to rural Alaska to prepare taxes for Alaska Natives in over 15 communities. Tony is also a well-known member in both the Washington State and King County Bar Associations where he participates in several committees and subcommittees of the organizations, often writing for their publications and leading T&E specific seminar/webinars. One of his most recent accomplishments includes being a key contributor to the Washington Trust Decanting Act, which was signed into law by Governor Jay Inslee and went into effect July 2017. Furthermore, Tony dedicates a portion of his practice to pro-bono work, serving as a co-chair to the Seattle Washington Veterans Will Clinic and as a volunteer/program mentor for Wayfind, a nonprofit organization that provides free business legal services for Washington nonprofits and microenterprises.
When not honing his legal craft, Tony can be spotted running the streets of Seattle as he trains for his next marathon. He has completed the Seattle Rock and Roll, Portland, and Vancouver B.C. marathons, as well as several Ragnar Relay races. Tony isn’t always on the run though, weather permitting, he enjoys cruising through Whidbey Island to Deception Pass on his Suzuki Boulevard S40 motorcycle.