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The Status of the New “No-Match” Regulations and a New Form I-9
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The impact of the new regulations creating a safe harbor for employers who receive “no-match” letters from the Social Security Administration (the “No-Match” regulations) will not be felt for awhile.…

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ALERT: Washington State Recognizes Rights of Individuals in Domestic Partnerships
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“This measure will provide many vital protections to same-sex couples in committed relationships. Its passage is an exciting first step toward the ultimate goal of marriage for all couples.” -ACLU…

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Pooch Facing Exile Gets Due Process Reprieve
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By Gene Barton In a new twist on an old “tail,” Maxine Mansour, beloved companion of Kirkland software pioneer Peter Mansour, was rescued from an  uncertain fate by the Washington…

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Expansion of Parental Rights Grounded in Equity, Child’s Interest
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By Gene Barton The headlines could not be missed. “Court redefines parenthood,” The Seattle Times told us across the top of the front page of its November 4 issue. But…

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Receiverships: Panacea or Dodo Bird?
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Reprinted with permission of the King County Bar Association By Diana K. Carey On June 10, 2004, a comprehensive receivership statute took effect in Washington.  Its intent was to give…

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The Bankruptcy Reform Act: What It Means for Lawyers
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The main provisions of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (“BAPCPA”, aka the Bankruptcy Reform Act) went into effect on October 17. But its impacts were felt earlier.…

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Federal Rule Change May Allow Citation to Unpublished Opinions: Ninth Circuit Opposition Stymied
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Reprinted with permission of the King County Bar Association By Gene Barton The Judicial Conference — the policy-making body of the federal  judiciary — has endorsed a controversial rule change…

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Vegetarian Law Finds Fertile Ground
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By Sarah Kaltsounis Vegetarians and vegans quickly become accustomed to dealing  with exasperated fellow shoppers whenever we visit the grocery  store. We tend to block the aisles as we pore over…

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Doty v. Town of South Prairie: Industrial Insurance and the Volunteer Conundrum
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Reprinted with permission of the King County Bar Association By Gene Barton When Jill Doty, a volunteer fire fighter for the Town of South Prairie,  was injured while responding to…

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Joyce: An Impossible Burden?
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By Gene Barton On August 8, 1997, Paula Joyce was killed in a traffic accident in Tacoma. She died when her small pickup truck was rammed by a  stolen Chevrolet…

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