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Noah Kendrick Williams

also known as Noah Williams, Noah K. Williams

About Me

I focus on employment issues presented to successfull and growing Washington State businesses. These issues include most issues pertaining to the employer/employee relationship.


The most common topics of concern for those who contact me include employment agreements, trade secrets and intellectual property protection, personnel and personality conflict issues between employers and employees, Workers' Compensation, wrongful termination, non-compete agreements, sub contractor status, employment tax assessment issues, as well as anti-discrimination, 


I represent Pacific Northwest workers, owners and operators to reduce and prevent expensive and unnecessary litigation; but if necessary to also fully and effectively litigate any dispute.


Practice Areas


  1. Employment & Labor: 70%
    6 years
  2. Business: 20%
    6 years
  3. Intellectual Property: 10%
    4 years



Hourly ($225-275/hour), Free Consultation (30 minutes)

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

6 total 

  • Erin Blower

    I endorse this lawyer. He is intelligent, well-informed, and professional. I am happy to send employment clients to him.


    Erin Blower Family Attorney
    Relationship: Co-worker

  • Daniel M Lear

    Noah impressed me with his commitment not only to his legal community but to his clients. I'd strongly and comfortably recommend Noah's services to anyone seeking legal assistance.


    Daniel Lear Business Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

Reed, Longyear, Malnati, Ahrens & West, PLLC

801 Second Ave
Suite 1415
Seattle, WA, 98104



Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo Contributions
Legal Answers
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Recognition AwardWashington Young Lawyers Committee2014
Rising StarSuper Lawyers Magazine2014
Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
AssociateReed, Longyear, Malnati & Ahrens, PLLC2012 - Present
Associate AttorneyEmery Reddy PLLC2010 - 2012
Judicial Law ClerkEEOC2009 - 2009
ParalegalLane Powell PC2007 - 2009
ParalegalReed, Longyear2003 - 2006
Association NamePosition NameDuration
King County Bar AssociationNeighborhood Legal Clinic Volunteer Attorney2013 - Present
WSBAWashington Young Lawyers' Committee2012 - 2013
Washington State Bar Association, Young Lawyers Education CommitteeChair2012 - 2013
American Home-Brewers' AssociationMember2011 - Present
King County Bar Association, Business Law SectionMember2011 - 2012
Washington State Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Trial Advocacy Program CommitteeMember2011 - 2012
American Bar AssociationMember2011 - 2012
Washington State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law SectionYoung Lawyers Division Liaison2011 - 2012
Washington State Association for JusticeMember2010 - Present
Washington State Bar Association, Young Lawyers DivisionMember2010 - Present
Washington State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law SectionMember2010 - Present
King County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law SectionMember2010 - Present
Washington State Bar AssociationMember2010 - Present
King County Bar AssociationMember2010 - Present
Legal Cases
Case NameOutcome
Hilda L. Solis v. XYZ LLCFavorably resolved case with a significant reduction in assessed wages.
Washington Department of Labor v. XYZ LLCResolved at hearing before the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals in favor of client
John Doe v. the Department of Labor and IndustriesN/A
See all Legal Cases 
Publication NameTitleDate
Reed Longyear BlogQuestions of Liability in Car-For-Hire Services2014
Reed Longyear BlogQuestions Regarding Severance Agreements2014
Reed Longyear BlogWas I Wrongfully Terminated?2014
LNI Policy NotesPolicy Update re Prevailing Wages and Inside Wiremen vs. Telecommunications Technician2013
Emery Reddy BlogDiscrimination Against the Unemployed2010
De NovoUnemployment Discrimination2010
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Seattle University Law SchoolLawJ.D.2010
University of Washington -SeattleLaw, Society and JusticeBA2001
Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
WSAJ Staff Section Lunch CLEFive Things to Know about Workers' Compensation for your Personal Injury Claim2013
Open Section NightLabor and Employment Law Section2013
Handling Your First Employment Discrimination CaseEmployment Law and New Attorneys2013
Focus Group for upcoming NLE programsNew Lawyer Education2013
WSBA Labor and Employment Law Annual Meeting and CLECo-Chair2012
Starting a Solo PracticeNew Lawyer Education and Mentoring2012
Focus Groups for Upcoming NLE ProgramsNew Lawyer Education2012
Annual Contract Loggers' Association ConferenceMaintaining the Independent Contractor Relationship2012