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KTC Hosts “Immigration Under Trump” Breakfast Seminar
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In light of recent and expected changes under the Trump administration, KTC’s Employment Department will host a breakfast seminar entitled, “Immigration Under Trump: How Changes in Immigration Policies May Affect Your Business, Your Workers & What to Do About It.” The lively discussion, spearheaded by attorney Ché Dawson and Stephanie Lakinski, will focus on the…

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KTC Welcomes Associate Joshua M. Howard
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Karr Tuttle Campbell is excited to announce that Joshua “Josh” Howard has joined the firm’s Litigation Department as its newest associate. Josh earned his Juris Doctor from Seattle University in 2016. During his time there, he received the Presidential Law Scholarship, was a finalist for Seattle University’s Cheney/Metzger legal writing scholarship and was a member…

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Seattle Angel Fund Speaker Series Presents Session Two: The Growing Cannabis Industry
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Seattle Angel Fund Speaker Series, a bi-monthly series designed for investors seeking to identify promising new technologies and business models, returns with a second session – this time delving deep into the rapidly growing cannabis industry. As Washington’s market quickly takes off and more states begin to legalize recreational use, the Seattle Angel Fund and…

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Labor & Employment Department to Host “A Planning Guide for Employers: What to Expect in 2017” Seminar
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KTC’s Labor & Employment Department will be hosting their first breakfast seminar of the year on the morning of March 9, 2017. Firm shareholder and employment attorney Medora Marisseau will be speaking to employers on what to expect in employment law in 2017 and how they can be properly prepared for upcoming changes. Some of what…

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Washington Supreme Court Rules for Insurers Under IFCA
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The Washington Supreme Court has issued a decision that clarifies the scope of statutory claims against insurers under the state’s Insurance Fair Conduct Act (IFCA).  In Perez-Cristanos v. State Farm Fire and Cas. Co., 2017 Wash. LEXIS 92, ___ Wn.2d ___ (2017), the court curtailed the ability of insureds and other claimants to seek triple…

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Effective Planning For Asset Recovery
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By: Paul Richard Brown The information below is an excerpt from the January 2016 edition of “The Receiver,” a newsletter created and distributed by the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers (“NAFER”). Learn more about this organization at www.nafer.org. This article is intended to be a summary identifying the general procedure for successful offshore asset…

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Karr Tuttle Campbell Sponsors Seattle Angel Fund Speaker Series
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New Year. New Investment Opportunities. Let 2017 be the year you expand your networking and investment skills, all the while staying in the know about trending technologies! Karr Tuttle Campbell has teamed up with the Seattle Angel Fund to host the bi-monthly Seattle Angel Fund Speaker Series – a program designed for investors seeking to…

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24 KTC Attorneys Named 2016 Washington Super Lawyers
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Karr Tuttle Campbell is pleased to announce that 24 of our attorneys have been named to the 2016 Washington Super Lawyers lists. In addition, four of our attorneys have been named to the Top Lists including Top 100 Washington Super Lawyers and Top 50 Women. No more than five percent of the lawyers in the…

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KTC Attorney Stephanie Lakinski Quoted in Seattle Times Article
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  Karr Tuttle Campbell attorney Stephanie Lakinski was featured in Seattle Times article entitled, “Throw a Company Party with Less Risk of Liability,” which was published this morning. The article speaks to any company coordinator planning on hosting a holiday party this season, and outlines steps to reduce the risk of alcohol-related issues. Ms. Lakinski…

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Trade in the Time of Trump: Trade Treaties and Free Trade Agreements
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Free Trade Agreements, such as NAFTA, were approved by majority vote of each house because they have been treated as congressional-executive agreements rather than treaties. The U.S. has 14 free-trade agreements with 20 countries, which account for one third of the nation’s imported goods and one half of all exported goods. The United States’ largest…

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