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Karr Tuttle Campbell Welcomes William H.P. Fuld Expanding its Personal Injury Practice
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SEATTLE, WA – May 10, 2022:  Karr Tuttle Campbell (“KTC”) is pleased to announce that William “Bill” H.P. Fuld has joined the firm as a Partner and Chair of its newly formed Personal Injury Practice Group. A prior shareholder in a 130-year old Seattle firm, and formerly with a boutique Seattle law firm, Bill has…

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Mitzi Vaughn Joins Karr Tuttle Campbell Expanding Firm’s Cannabis Law Practice
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Karr Tuttle Campbell (‘KTC’) is pleased to announce the expansion of its Cannabis Law practice with the addition of Mitzi Vaughn, a nationally recognized cannabis lawyer. Mitzi joins KTC after serving as Chief Legal Officer in a Canadian hemp and cannabis start-up company. She had been exclusively practicing in the cannabis space since mid-2013, before…

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UPDATED Client Alert: Federal Government, Washington State, and King County Vaccine Mandates
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By: Richard J. Omata, Brett A. Elliott, and Maria Y. Hodgins This client alert is updated to include newly released OSHA requirements (and the Fifth Circuit’s stay of those requirements) and CMS vaccine requirements for healthcare providers.   The Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate and Safety Requirements On September 9, 2021, President Biden issued Executive Order…

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KTC Raises Funds for Local Families and Food Banks
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For almost 120 years, Karr Tuttle Campbell has maintained an outstanding local and national litigation and business practice serving nearly every possible sector.  Built on a strong foundation of service and knowledge of core industries, Karr Tuttle Campbell continues to grow and evolve with the market and client needs. At the heart of it, something…

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Dino Vasquez Elected as New President of Karr Tuttle Campbell
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Karr Tuttle Campbell (‘KTC’) is pleased to announce that, effective earlier this year, J. Dino Vasquez has been elected as the new president of the firm. Former president Bruce Larson held this position for nearly 30-years before making the decision to step down and retire. “All of us at KTC commend Bruce for his long-time leadership…

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Client Alert: Federal Government, Washington State, and King County Vaccine Mandates
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By: Richard J. Omata, Brett A. Elliott, and Maria Y. Hodgins The Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate and Safety Requirements On September 9, 2021, President Biden issued Executive Order 14042 (“Mandate”) mandating that contract and contract-like instruments covered by the order include a contract clause requiring federal contractors and their subcontractors at any tier to comply…

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Client Alert: Recent Estate Planning Updates
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7% Washington Excise Tax aka Capital Gains Tax      Effective January 1, 2022, a Washington capital gains tax of 7% will be imposed on the sale or exchange of certain long-term capital assets by beneficial owners. The first $250,000 of capital gains are excluded per tax return for both single and married taxpayers, with…

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SECURE Act: How Changes to Retirement Accounts Could Affect your Estate Plan
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SECURE Act: How Changes to Retirement Accounts Could Affect your Estate Plan and Notable Changes in Washington’s Real Estate Excise Tax Laws On December 20, 2019, the SECURE Act (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019) was signed into law.  The SECURE Act made significant changes to the law governing IRAs (individual…

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Back to Work: A Step-by-Step Guide to Reopening the Workplace During a Global Pandemic
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If you’d prefer to hear this KTC Client Alert as a Podcast, it is available here.   On May 1, 2020, Governor Jay Inslee announced that the stay-at-home order will be extended through May 31, 2020. With this announcement, Governor Inslee revealed a phased approach for reopening recreational, social, and business activities in Washington State.…

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Karr Tuttle Announces New Practice Area: False Claims Act & Qui Tam Action Defense
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Karr Tuttle Campbell announced the formation of a new practice group that will be knows as False Claims Act and Qui Tam Action Defense.  Attorneys Ronald J. Friedman and Brett A. Elliott will make up the defense team. Ronald Friedman is a former federal prosecutor with over 20 years of federal prosecution experience and, in…

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