Catch Carmichael Clark’s Attorney, Lisa Keeler and Michael Heatherly, from Law Advocates, on Bellingham Tonight to find out what is happening with the law and courts during COVID-19. They discuss how to legally navigate through this time and the effect the pandemic has had on our legal system. https://www.youtube.com/watch? list=PLI_OFdCv7R112kCSGbZLNp4VsSPnlriry&time _continue=985&v=jXQK0NrbWYo&feature =emb_logo. Make sure to…
Chong Yim v. City of Seattle, –Wn.2d–, 451 P.3d 675 (2019), also called Yim I, made headlines for its holding that Seattle’s first-in-time rule, which required landlords to rent to the first qualified applicant, was not facially unconstitutional. But it also made a huge change to Washington regulatory takings law by adopting the federal definition of regulatory takings…
When people discover problems with a home they bought, they often want to know if they can sue the seller for failing to disclose the problems.
In the United States, courts recognize that certain relationships are special and that communications made in the relationship are protected from being disclosed except under narrow exceptions.
It is no surprise that the cost of legal services has increased over the years. In particular, it is increasingly expensive to resolve legal disputes through lawsuits in a court of law.
Every homeowner should review this guide before hiring a contractor to help avoid disputes with a contractor.
RCW 4.20.010, provides that when the death of a person is caused by the wrongful act of another.
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