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Out-of-State, Non-Bank Financing Becomes Available for Washington State Licensed Marijuana Businesses

Monday, June 20, 2016, was summer solstice. But in Washington, there were two other things to celebrate: a day to recover after the Fremont Solstice weekend, and, for legal marijuana businesses, the first day for the licensed…more

Background Checks, Due Diligence, Financing, Loans, Marijuana

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Navigating Non-Judicial Foreclosures -- After Bain v. Metropolitan Mortgage Group, Inc., et al.

Originally published in Washington Bankers' Issues & Answers - November/December 2012. In August, the Washington State Supreme Court weighed in on the role of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (“MERS”) in…more

Deed of Trust, Injunctions, Loans, MERS, Mortgages

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Retroactive Tax Law Provides Tax Benefits for Victims of Wrongful Incarceration

At the end of 2015, Congress eliminated some of the uncertainty regarding the tax treatment of damages for wrongful imprisonment. Newly enacted Internal Revenue Code section 139F provides that gross income does not include…more

False Imprisonment, Income Taxes, IRS, Punitive Damages, Retroactivity

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6th Circuit: Plan Administrators are NOT Necessarily Required to Obtain Vocational Evidence or an IME Before Making their LTD Determinations

In Judge v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company [PDF], 710 F.3d 651 (6th Cir. 2013), the Sixth Circuit rejected plaintiff’s proposed bright-line rule requiring plan administrators to obtain vocational evidence and an IME before…more

Delta Airlines, Evidence, MetLife, Vocational Experts

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Not Your Grandmother’s Nursing Home -- Boomers and Obamacare spur a transformation of the growing long-term care industry.

The modern nursing home was born from the Social Security Act, which conditioned payments in a way meant to eliminate state-run “almshouses” serving the elderly poor. Over the following decades, the long-term care sector was…more

Affordable Care Act, Healthcare, Long-Term Care, Nursing Homes

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Practical Tips for Lenders: Navigating the Gauntlet of Government-Guaranteed Loans

Government-guaranteed loans have long assisted lenders by bolstering private credit structures where lenders may otherwise hesitate to extend credit. For instance, in 2011 the United States Department of Agriculture’s Rural…more

Government-Guaranteed Loans, Lenders, Loans, SBA

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Transition Planning: Key Steps for a Successful Exit From a Closely Held Business

Executives of closely held and family-owned businesses are often so focused on running their businesses that they do not plan for the inevitable — the transition of ownership and/or leadership. It is not a question of “if ” as…more

Asset Valuations, Closely Held Businesses, Family Businesses, Financial Planning, Risk Management

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Is the Washington Legislature Caching Out Noncompete Agreements? How This Change Might Affect Your Ability to Protect Your Business

For tech giants like Microsoft and Amazon, and any number of emerging tech companies, tech professionals are a hot commodity in the state of Washington. No doubt, the competition is fierce here in Seattle and within the greater…more

Former Employee, Non-Compete Agreements, Proposed Legislation, Rebuttable Presumptions, Tech Industry

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Best Practices for Best Employers: How to Become a Best Workplace Starting Today! - August 2015

Top 5 Legal Developments Every Employer Needs to Know Now - Laws affecting employers are changing faster than ever. If you don’t keep up, you can get burned. Here are a few of the most recent big changes every employer…more

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Increased Ransomware Attacks and Phase 2 HIPAA Audits: Two Closely-Related Issues for Long Term Care Providers

Long Term Care Provider Data Targeted and Held Hostage by Malicious Software - Long Term Care (LTC) facilities are increasingly targeted by criminals who seek to profit by infecting LTC computer systems with ransomware. …more

HIPAA, HIPAA Audits, Long-Term Care, Ransomware

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H-1B Quota for October 1: Prepare Labor Condition Applications by March 16

The U.S. government’s H-1B temporary professional worker program allows U.S. employers to hire foreign nationals in “specialty occupation” positions that require a bachelor's degree or the equivalent. Under current law, the…more

DOL, H-1B, Labor Condition Applications, USCIS, Visa Caps

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Are Transitory Signals Patent-eligible?

Computer software patents have been receiving significant upset overturn in validity since the well-known U.S. Supreme Court decision providing certain exceptions to patent eligible subject matter under 35 U.S.C. § 101, Alice…more

Abstract Ideas, CLS Bank v Alice Corp, Electronic Data Transmissions, Google, Motion for Summary Judgment

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Fifty-eight Problems and Trademarks Are Just One: Beyoncé, Jay Z, Kanye, Pharrell and Rihanna Sue Fashion Retailer

It’s become a hard-knock life for ElevenParis, a French fashion retailer with stores in the U.S. After selling t-shirts and other merchandise with these not-so-subtle designs..…more

Cease and Desist, Celebrities, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Dilution

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5 Securities Litigation Issues to Watch in 2016

The coming year promises to be a pivotal one in the world of securities and corporate governance litigation. In particular, there are five developing issues we are watching that have the greatest potential to significantly…more

10b5-1 Plans, Board of Directors, Bylaws, Corporate Governance, Corporate Officers

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Increased Ransomware Attacks and Phase 2 HIPAA Audits: Two Closely-Related Issues for Long Term Care Providers

Long Term Care Provider Data Targeted and Held Hostage by Malicious Software - Long Term Care (LTC) facilities are increasingly targeted by criminals who seek to profit by infecting LTC computer systems with ransomware. …more

HIPAA, HIPAA Audits, Long-Term Care, Ransomware

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The JOBS Act - The key to a kinder, gentler public offering?

For most companies, making a public offering of their shares is nearly impossible. Historically, this has been the case because the costs and challenges of going public, let alone being public, significantly outweighed the…more

JOBS Act, Public Offerings, Regulation A, SEC

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The Heat of the Moment: When Inking That Big Deal, Make Sure Dispute Resolution Provisions Are on Your Checklist

The strength of the Seattle area economy has been attracting both national and international attention. The bird that is synonymous with economic activity — the construction crane — is visible from downtown to South Lake Union…more

Arbitration, Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contract Drafting, Contract Negotiations

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Federal Court Dismisses Insurance Fair Conduct Act Claims

In a rare victory for insurers, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington dismissed Insurance Fair Conduct Act (IFCA) claims against Evanston Insurance Company. Washington’s IFCA provides a statutory cause…more

Attorney Malpractice, Denial of Insurance Coverage, IFCA, Insurance Litigation, Malpractice Insurance

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Be Aware: Washington DOR Forming Unit to Enforce New B&O Tax on Out-of-State Wholesalers

New Washington legislation expands the state’s B&O tax to wholesalers and imposes a click-through nexus provision for online retailers. As a result, the Department of Revenue is forming a tax discovery unit to enforce the new…more

B&O Tax, Click-Through Nexus, Department of Revenue, Economic Presence Nexus, Internet Retailers

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Title VII and Islamophobia: Maintaining Compliance

Over The Past Decade, There Has Been An Increase In Islamophobia perpetuated by negative stereotypes resulting in bias, discrimination and marginalization. That presents an issue to which all employers must be sensitive…more

Abercrombie & Fitch, Civil Rights Act, Disparate Treatment, EEOC, Hiring & Firing

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Drafting Errors - Routinely Cost Lenders’ Post-Bankruptcy Attorney’s Fees and Interest

Originally published in Community Banker - Spring 2013. When a bankruptcy intervenes to prevent the continuation of a restructuring or loan enforcement effort, it is too late to supplement or strengthen loan…more

Attorney's Fees, Boilerplate Language, Borrowers, Contract Drafting, Lenders

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Increased Ransomware Attacks and Phase 2 HIPAA Audits: Two Closely-Related Issues for Long Term Care Providers

Long Term Care Provider Data Targeted and Held Hostage by Malicious Software - Long Term Care (LTC) facilities are increasingly targeted by criminals who seek to profit by infecting LTC computer systems with ransomware. …more

HIPAA, HIPAA Audits, Long-Term Care, Ransomware

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Tips to Help Avoid Class Action Litigation

Taking advantage of recent case law developments can assist financial institution employers in avoiding and/or minimizing their exposure to class and collective action litigation. For example, courts have become increasingly…more

Arbitration, Arbitration Agreements, Banks, Class Action, Collective Actions

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Washington Supreme Court Affirms Washington Federal v. Gentry and Confirms Lenders’ Right to Obtain Deficiency Judgments Against Guarantors Following Nonjudicial Foreclosure

The Washington Supreme Court issued an opinion today affirming the right of a lender to obtain a deficiency judgment against a commercial guarantor following a nonjudicial foreclosure. Divisions One and Two of the Washington…more

Banking Sector, Banks, Commercial Loans, Construction Industry, Deed of Trust

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Reward v. Risk - Advantages and Disadvantages of Courting Strategic Investors.

Venture-backed companies often have the opportunity to accept an investment from a strategic investor. These opportunities typically come in later financing rounds after the company already has one or more venture capital (i.e.,…more

Competition, Equity Investors, Investors, ROI, Valuation

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Reviving Construction Projects — How to Avoid Creating a Frankenstein Monster

Reviving dead or moth-balled projects presents risks and rewards. The rewards include a shorter ramp-up period. The risks include the revival of claims akin to the unintended creation of a Frankenstein monster. But those risks…more

Construction Contracts, Construction Loans, Mortgages

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5 Wishes for Securities Litigation Defense: Greater Insurer Involvement in Defense-Counsel Selection and Strategy

One of my “5 Wishes for Securities Litigation Defense” last month was for greater D&O insurer involvement in securities class action defense. This simple step would have extensive benefits for public companies and their…more

Board of Directors, Class Action, Corporate Officers, D&O Insurance, Defense Strategies

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Oregon Court of Appeals Issues Decision Interpreting Antifraud Provisions of Oregon Securities Law

On February 11, the Oregon Court of Appeals issued an important decision interpreting the antifraud provisions of the Oregon Securities Law. The Court of Appeals held that ORS 59.137, which governs the private right of action…more

Fraud-on-the-Market, Pleadings, Scienter, Securities Fraud

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Recreational Cannabis — Section 280E and Tax Efficient Structuring

I. The Conflict: The long arm of federal law Recreational cannabis businesses operate in a world of conflicting state and federal laws. Several states have legalized recreational cannabis, yet, under federal law, cannabis…more

Business Taxes, Conflicts of Laws, Controlled Substances Act, Decriminalization of Marijuana, Income Taxes

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Living Next Door to Alice

Those who practice patent law in the computer arts before the USPTO are well aware of dealing with 35 U.S.C. § 101 rejections of claims due to alleged lack of patentable subject matter when claiming so-called “abstract ideas.”…more

Abstract Ideas, CLS Bank v Alice Corp, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation, Patent-Eligible Subject Matter

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A Warning to Phishers in the Yahoo! Pond

In a recent February 15 decision by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), approximately 40 domain names were ordered transferred from their registrants to Yahoo! (WIPO Case D2015-2323). The domains included…more

Bad Faith, Domain Names, Email, Intellectual Property Protection, Phishing Scams

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6th Circuit: Plan Administrators are NOT Necessarily Required to Obtain Vocational Evidence or an IME Before Making their LTD Determinations

In Judge v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company [PDF], 710 F.3d 651 (6th Cir. 2013), the Sixth Circuit rejected plaintiff’s proposed bright-line rule requiring plan administrators to obtain vocational evidence and an IME before…more

Delta Airlines, Evidence, MetLife, Vocational Experts

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Be Aware: Washington DOR Forming Unit to Enforce New B&O Tax on Out-of-State Wholesalers

New Washington legislation expands the state’s B&O tax to wholesalers and imposes a click-through nexus provision for online retailers. As a result, the Department of Revenue is forming a tax discovery unit to enforce the new…more

B&O Tax, Click-Through Nexus, Department of Revenue, Economic Presence Nexus, Internet Retailers

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Dr. Colleen Delaney and Fred Hutch: Bringing cord stem cell discoveries to the marketplace.

The statistics are sobering. Every three minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma or another form of blood cancer. And every nine minutes, someone dies of blood cancer, according to the Leukemia…more

Life Sciences, Research and Development, Stem cells

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Best Practices for Best Employers: How to Become a Best Workplace Starting Today! - August 2015

Top 5 Legal Developments Every Employer Needs to Know Now - Laws affecting employers are changing faster than ever. If you don’t keep up, you can get burned. Here are a few of the most recent big changes every employer…more

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A Prescription for Large Development Projects in 2015: Perseverance!

Large development projects are not for the faint of heart. They test a multitude of resources, including patience, economic capital, the ability to compromise, acumen, creativity, and probably most of all, one’s sanity. There…more

Real Estate Development, Real Estate Market

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Department of Justice Launches 10 Regional Elder Justice Task Forces

On March 30, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the launch of 10 regional Elder Task Forces, including one in Washington state, for the purpose of coordinating and enhancing efforts to pursue nursing homes “that provide…more

DOJ, Elder Issues, Fraud, Government Investigations, Long Term Care Facilities

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Do You Know Where Your Data Went? Best Practices for Preserving Electronically Stored Information

A federal judge in Illinois recently ordered a large pharmaceutical company to pay nearly $1 million because when the business was sued, it failed to remind its sales representatives to preserve text messages. Last year, a…more

Data Protection, Electronic Evidence, Electronically Stored Information, Mobile Devices, Pharmaceutical Industry

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Trustee Selection: Choose Wisely if Your Family-owned Business Will Be Held in a Trust

Let’s assume that you and your spouse are the sole owners of a very successful business. You have established an estate plan with trusts in place to utilize the estate tax exemptions of both spouses for Washington state and…more

Beneficiaries, Family Businesses, Trustees, Trusts

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Washington Supreme Court Affirms Washington Federal v. Gentry and Confirms Lenders’ Right to Obtain Deficiency Judgments Against Guarantors Following Nonjudicial Foreclosure

The Washington Supreme Court issued an opinion today affirming the right of a lender to obtain a deficiency judgment against a commercial guarantor following a nonjudicial foreclosure. Divisions One and Two of the Washington…more

Banking Sector, Banks, Commercial Loans, Construction Industry, Deed of Trust

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Dodging Deal Killers -- Anticipating and Solving Problems Related to Properties Being Sold or Purchased

In This Presentation: Contamination; Environmental Issues; Defective or Incomplete Land Use Approval; “As Is,” “Your Problem Not Mine” Seller; Encroachment; URM or Otherwise Seismically Challenged Property; Use,…more

Contaminated Properties, Encroachments, Flood Zones, Investors, Land Titles

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The Dot-com Era Is Over, Welcome to .Anything

For both new and existing businesses, new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) offer increased flexibility and opportunities for an expanded online presence. A gTLD is the part of a web address that comes after the “dot” (“.”)…more

Domain Names, gTLD, ICANN, Trademark Application, Trademark Registration

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Building a Valuable Patent Family Using the Technique of Functional Deconstruction

There are several advantages to pursing protection for a key innovation in the form of a “family” of patents and pending patent applications. These include the possibility of obtaining protection in the form of claims covering…more

Innovation, Intellectual Property Protection, Inventions, Patent Applications, Patent Portfolios

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Trustee Selection: Choose Wisely if Your Family-owned Business Will Be Held in a Trust

Let’s assume that you and your spouse are the sole owners of a very successful business. You have established an estate plan with trusts in place to utilize the estate tax exemptions of both spouses for Washington state and…more

Beneficiaries, Family Businesses, Trustees, Trusts

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Navigating Environmental Regulations: Tips for Staying in Compliance

Our state’s ever-changing regulatory environment makes it hard to stay on the right side of the law. Here are some simple steps to help keep your business in compliance: 1. Ignorance Is Not Bliss. Take time to research…more

Best Management Practices, Environmental Policies, Manufacturers, Waste Disposal

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Navigating Environmental Regulations: Tips for Staying in Compliance

Our state’s ever-changing regulatory environment makes it hard to stay on the right side of the law. Here are some simple steps to help keep your business in compliance: 1. Ignorance Is Not Bliss. Take time to research…more

Best Management Practices, Environmental Policies, Manufacturers, Waste Disposal

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Best Practices for Best Employers: How to Become a Best Workplace Starting Today! - August 2015

Top 5 Legal Developments Every Employer Needs to Know Now - Laws affecting employers are changing faster than ever. If you don’t keep up, you can get burned. Here are a few of the most recent big changes every employer…more

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Your Oregon Legislature in Action - Employers Face Statewide Sick Leave, “Ban the Box” and More

An onslaught of bills affecting employers were introduced during the 2015 legislative session. Much of the Legislature’s time was spent crafting a statewide sick leave bill with the result that many of the proposed bills…more

Background Checks, Ban the Box, Conditional Job Offers, Criminal Background Checks, Employment Policies

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Corporate Responsibility: Friedman vs. Porter and the Trend Toward Shared Value

On September 13, 1970, The New York Times published an oped by University of Chicago Professor Milton Friedman that provided the intellectual framework for a profound shift in American corporate governance. The article,…more

Benefit Corporations, Board of Directors, Corporate Entities, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility

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Is the Issue of Whether Pilots Are ‘Professionals’ for Purposes of Wage and Hour Laws Still up in the Air? You May Be Surprised at How This Alaska Ruling Could Affect All Employers.

In a recent decision, the Alaska Supreme Court held that a pilot was not an exempt professional under the Alaska Wage and Hour Act, which is patterned after the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. Although decided under Alaska law…more

Exempt-Employees, FLSA, Pilots, Unpaid Overtime, Wage and Hour

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Managing litigation costs with risk-based budgets -- Connecting price to value

Many say the Great Recession following the 2008 financial crisis has caused a “Great Reset” to the “New Normal.” This country has seen the need to rebuild its middle class by educating its workers with the skills needed to…more

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Online Contests: Make Them Effective by Simplifying the Mechanics

Any good marketing department can tell you that easy-tounderstand contest mechanics are the working engine of an effective online contest. Recently, we have noticed a concerning trend online: Businesses often try to do too much…more

Contests & Promotions, Marketing, Social Networks, Websites

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Energy Efficient Buildings: It’s the Law (and a Good Idea Too)

Energy efficiency and sustainable building development and management are no longer viewed as a novel but impractical concept, or something only environmentalists long for. Improving existing buildings and constructing new…more

Energy Efficiency, Green Buildings

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ERISA: Is It Wrong to Take an Offset for Social Security Benefits Received by the Children of a Long Term Disability Claimant?

Is it wrong to take an offset for Social Security benefits received by the children of a long term disability claimant? No, says a new decision. And… just because you reinstate benefits does not mean you have to provide…more

Benefit Off-Sets, Disability Benefits, ERISA, Long Term Disability Insurance, Social Security Benefits

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My Business Was Hit With a Class Action! What Do I Do?

You may think that class action litigation is the legal problem of large companies, but even small mom-and-pop businesses can become targets for this type of litigation. The concerns could be wage related or accessibility…more

Campbell Ewald v Gomez, Class Action, Class Certification, Litigation Strategies, SCOTUS

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Does Your Website Privacy Policy Need Some Love?

Everyone does it, especially startups. You need a privacy policy for your website, and your legal budget is limited. Hop onto Facebook (or Google, or Amazon) — cut, paste and voilà! — your startup has a shiny new privacy policy…more

COPPA, Data Collection, Data Privacy, Data Protection, Data Retention

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US Supreme Court Fails to Resolve Guarantors’ Status Under ECOA

On March 22, in an Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) case that was closely followed and highly anticipated, the U.S. Supreme Court (in a four-to-four vote) failed to issue a definitive ruling regarding whether Regulation B…more

Creditors, Default, ECOA, Family Status Discrimination, Guarantors

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Department of Justice Launches 10 Regional Elder Justice Task Forces

On March 30, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the launch of 10 regional Elder Task Forces, including one in Washington state, for the purpose of coordinating and enhancing efforts to pursue nursing homes “that provide…more

DOJ, Elder Issues, Fraud, Government Investigations, Long Term Care Facilities

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Into the Breach: Tips for Effectively Partnering With Outside Counsel in the Data Breach Planning Process

Target recently announced that the total cost of its data breach response efforts since late 2013 now exceeds $252 million (approximately $90 million of that has been offset by insurance proceeds). Such news, particularly when…more

C-Suite Executives, Cybersecurity, Outside Counsel, Strategic Planning

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Concerned (or not) that the same three-judge panel makes the IPR institution decision and conducts the trial? The USPTO wants to hear from you.

On Tuesday, August 25, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) opened for public comment a proposed pilot program for inter-partes review proceedings (IPRs), one of the patent post-grant review proceedings made…more

America Invents Act, Comment Period, Federal Pilot Programs, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Infringement

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Anatomy of a Public-Private Partnership

This article explores the anatomy of a public-private partnership in the context of major real estate projects entered into by a governmental body with a real estate developer or owner. The author has been involved in a number…more

Decision-Making Process, Memorandum of Understanding, Negotiations, Project Finance, Public Private Partnerships (P3s)

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Out-of-State, Non-Bank Financing Becomes Available for Washington State Licensed Marijuana Businesses

Monday, June 20, 2016, was summer solstice. But in Washington, there were two other things to celebrate: a day to recover after the Fremont Solstice weekend, and, for legal marijuana businesses, the first day for the licensed…more

Background Checks, Due Diligence, Financing, Loans, Marijuana

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How the New Washington Trust Act and its 2013 Amendments Affect You and Your Clients - December 2013

In 2011, the legislature adopted a new Washington Trust Act (the “2011 Act”). The 2011 Act took effect on January 1, 2012, and codified many changes to the duties of trustees and the rights of trust beneficiaries. Within 18…more

Beneficiaries, Trustees, Trusts

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Best Practices for Best Employers: How to Become a Best Workplace Starting Today! - August 2015

Top 5 Legal Developments Every Employer Needs to Know Now - Laws affecting employers are changing faster than ever. If you don’t keep up, you can get burned. Here are a few of the most recent big changes every employer…more

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Best Practices for Best Employers: How to Become a Best Workplace Starting Today! - August 2015

Top 5 Legal Developments Every Employer Needs to Know Now - Laws affecting employers are changing faster than ever. If you don’t keep up, you can get burned. Here are a few of the most recent big changes every employer…more

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Patenting the Quest for a More Perfect Veggie Burger

When a food synthesizer first appeared on Star Trek: The Original Series, I looked upon it with awe and wonder. Its workings were never explained; but entire meals would emerge from it magically. Swanson’s frozen TV dinners were…more

Food Marketing, Intellectual Property Protection, Patents, Trademarks, Young Lawyers

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Supporting Startups Will the JOBS Act expand the crowdfunding crowd?

Congress’s passage last year of the popular and bipartisan Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act was met with expectations of imminent and fundamental changes to the financing environment for early-stage businesses. Those…more

Crowdfunding, Investors, JOBS Act, SEC, Startups

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POM Wonderful: The New Prescription for False Advertising

The ability of private parties to pursue mislabelling claims depends on whether allowing such claims to proceed would conflict with the purpose and intent of federal labelling laws and implementing regulations, such as those…more

Advertising, False Advertising, FDA, FDCA, Food Labeling

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My Business Was Hit With a Class Action! What Do I Do?

You may think that class action litigation is the legal problem of large companies, but even small mom-and-pop businesses can become targets for this type of litigation. The concerns could be wage related or accessibility…more

Campbell Ewald v Gomez, Class Action, Class Certification, Litigation Strategies, SCOTUS

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Online Contests: Make Them Effective by Simplifying the Mechanics

Any good marketing department can tell you that easy-tounderstand contest mechanics are the working engine of an effective online contest. Recently, we have noticed a concerning trend online: Businesses often try to do too much…more

Contests & Promotions, Marketing, Social Networks, Websites

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Recent Deed of Trust Act Cases Pose New Challenges

In 2013, Washington courts issued several decisions impacting the way banks, loan servicing companies, foreclosure trustees and other industry participants must approach claims arising out of nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings…more

Deed of Trust, Foreclosure, Mortgages

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