Shannon M. Ragonesi is a shareholder and litigation specialist with Keating, Bucklin... more
Shannon M. Ragonesi is a shareholder and litigation specialist with Keating, Bucklin McCormack, Inc., P.S. She defends governmental agencies and private businesses and employers. Her practice focuses on civil rights litigation, including police liability and employment discrimination, personnel claims involving disciplinary actions and termination of employees, disability accommodation, neglig... view profile
Throughout my 38 years of courtroom experience,I havetaken on a number of important... more
Throughout my 38 years of courtroom experience,I havetaken on a number of important cases against corporate giants. There is no case too big, and I am not afraid to take on even the most challenging lawsuits.I use my experience to develop creative trial strategies that allowmy clients to take on powerful defendants in the court room.
Kay has been a member of MacDonald Hoague Bayless since 1985, after clerking for... more
Kay has been a member of MacDonald Hoague Bayless since 1985, after clerking for Washington State Supreme Court Justices Robert F. Utter and William Callow. Her practice focuses on employment, discrimination, sexual harassment, and civil rights at the trial and appellate levels, and immigration. Kay has represented private and public sector employees throughout Washington in state and federal ... view profile
Kenan lives with his wife, son, and canine companion in North Seattle. When he is... more
Kenan lives with his wife, son, and canine companion in North Seattle. When he is not aggressively representing his clients, he enjoys reading, playing chess, listening to heavy metal and most other genres of music, cooking, homebrewing, playing guitar or piano, camping, jogging, and occasionally a few rounds of poker.
A civil rights attorney helps protect the personal rights granted to you by the government. When someone violates those rights, a civil rights attorney can help you make them stop these violations, or repay you for any damage they have done to you. Your civil rights are spelled out in federal and state constitutions and in discrimination laws. In fact, civil rights attorneys are sometimes called discrimination attorneys because they frequently handle cases involving a person being treated differently based on gender, age, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.