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KTC to Host Seminar “The Latest HR Challenge: Coordinating the new WA State Paid Sick Leave Law with Local Laws, Attendance Policies & Other Challenges”
On the morning of July 26th, KTC employment attorney Medora Marisseau will help employers comply with changes to the WA State paid sick leave laws, as well as the new Washington paid family and medical leave law in the upcoming breakfast seminar. Click here to learn more about the seminar and how to register!
KTC Attorney Diana Carey Featured in 2017 Washington Super Lawyers Magazine
KTC Bankruptcy attorney Diana Carey was the cover of and feature article in the 2017 Washington State Super Lawyers Magazine. The article shares the story of how a talented harpsichordist trailblazed her way to becoming one of Seattle’s leading bankruptcy attorneys. Read more about the inspiring story here.
29 KTC Attorneys Named to the 2017 Washington Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List
KTC is excited to announce the inclusion of 29 attorneys on the 2017 Washington Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List. Click here to read the full press release.
A driving passion for technology, a knowledgeable advisor for early-stage companies, and a community leader – all things that have been said to describe KTC attorney Alex Modelski. Since moving to the Northwest in 1998, Alex has been making lasting marks on the Greater Seattle area by showcasing his passion for technology and entrepreneurship in both his legal practice and service to the community. During the work day, Alex leads the firm’s Emerging Companies practice group, assisting clients with business formation, funding, acquisition and sale, multimedia and internet law, nearly all things intellectual property (licensing, copyright, trademark and more), and works with the firm’s growing number of Cannabis startups. On his off time, he is an angel investor and donates time to Seattle Angel, a nonprofit corporation that provides education to entrepreneurs and angel investors. Alex also serves as legal counsel to the Seattle Angel Conference and Seattle Angel Fund. Alex is actively involved in the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) Business Law Section, which recently appointed Alex as the chair of the Law of Commerce in Cyberspace Committee. He has donated time and money to the Computers for the World, traveling with the Newport High School Cisco Networking Academy to install networked computer labs in schools in Slovakia, Turkey, and Antigua.
A Few Things You May Not Know About Alex
– Alex’s parents migrated to the U.S. from Poland to Detroit, MI after being displaced by WWII. While growing up, he was expected to speak Polish at home so he would be ready to move back to Poland once the communist government was toppled.
– Alex served as Chair of the Northwest Entrepreneur Network, where he organized the first Entrepreneur University, a bootcamp for start-ups.
– Alex led the Eastside Heritage Center’s revival of the Bellevue Strawberry Festival in Old Bellevue.
– Alex loves the outdoors and enjoys hiking, cross country skiing, and fly fishing (he has fished many of the great rivers of the West).