Jo Vestal has practiced law primarily in the areas of employment law and employment... more
Jo Vestal has practiced law primarily in the areas of employment law and employment and discrimination litigation since 1981. She is a Member in the Seattle office and is former chair of the firm's Labor Employment Practice Group. In addition to litigation and agency practice in all areas of employment law, Jo counsels employers ranging from multinational corporations to small employers on reg... view profile
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
Whitney has extensive experience in complex litigation, including consumer,... more
Whitney has extensive experience in complex litigation, including consumer, employment and civil rights cases. Her practice emphasis is in consumer protection and employment class actions, including complex wage and hour litigation, employment discrimination, unfair competition, misrepresentation and fraudulent activities. Whitney has litigated numerous class actions resulting in substantial ... view profile
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