Practice Areas

Employment Law

Carmichael Clark provides a wide-range of employment law services from drafting policy manuals and contracts to negotiating with insurance companies and defending lawsuits. The firm has represented large and small businesses, municipalities, and individuals in simple and complex matters. The firm’s work includes litigation or advice regarding: employee contract drafting and review, policy manual drafting and updating, work place investigations, wage and hour disputes, contract disputes, litigation risk assessment, Labor & Industries and Employment Security Department tax/premium audit disputes, and non-compete and confidentiality agreements. Carmichael Clark provides clear, practical advice, and, when necessary, effective and efficient litigation representation. Our attorneys stay abreast of changes in federal, state and local laws and notify our current clients of key changes that require immediate or future action. Carmichael Clark helps our clients smoothly navigate the intricate and sensitive legal issues that arise in the workplace.

Employment Law Attorneys

Court Cases

Representation & Services

Advise and update Personnel Policies Manuals for clients following legal changes, for example the introduction of new Washington laws on Paid Sick Leave and Paid Family Medical Leave.

Advise and assist clients during workplace investigations following allegations of harassment.

Draft, update and advise clients regarding noncompete and confidentiality agreements and other employment contracts.

Represent clients in pre-suit negotiations, administrative hearings/Labor & Industries/Department of Labor investigations, and trial court cases for claims of wage withholding or other salary/page disputes.

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