I am married and have three sons. When I am not practicing law, teaching or taking... more
I am married and have three sons. When I am not practicing law, teaching or taking care of my family, I love to go camping or skiing. I started my own practice in 1995 in order to be able to represent the people and cases that I choose. I am guided in my practice by being forthright and honest, hardworking, responsive and dedicated tobeing a formidable advocate for my client's interests.... view profile
For family law, I regularly handle cases involving complex child custody issues and... more
For family law, I regularly handle cases involving complex child custody issues and asset division, as well as domestic violence survivor representation. For employment-related issues, I take cases ranging from sexual harassment to sexual orientation discrimination.
I represent management in labor and employment issues, ranging from class actions... more
I represent management in labor and employment issues, ranging from class actions and wage-hour matters to "traditional" labor matters involving unions: organizing campaigns, negotiations, strikes, picketing, and arbitration. I also defend employers faced with citations by OSHA and the corresponding state agencies.
Representing Employers and Employees in Employment Disputes Mr. Heyrich has 17 years... more
Representing Employers and Employees in Employment Disputes Mr. Heyrich has 17 years of legal experience and practiced law for 10 years atthe premier law firm in the Pacific Northwest, Perkins Coie LLP. He has represented some of the nation's most sophisticated companies in all aspects of labor, employment and employee benefits laws; has served as legal counsel in cases in a dozen different st... view profile
Ms. Brennekes passion for justice drives her employment law, civil rights, sexual... more
Ms. Brennekes passion for justice drives her employment law, civil rights, sexual harassment and abuse practice. Her success includes substantial settlements and trial verdicts that compensate her clients for violations of their legal rights and dignity as well as secure injunctive relief and policy changes that make a difference in society. She challenges gender, race, disability, age and sexu... view profile
Carolyn is a regular presenter at seminars and employment law institutes, speaking... more
Carolyn is a regular presenter at seminars and employment law institutes, speaking on a wide range of topics, including mediation and arbitration, how to evaluate cases, substantive areas such as disability and sexual harassment law, and trial practice and discovery topics. For the past sixteen years Carolyn has been a co-presenter of the plenary session of the Employment Law Institute, reviewi... view profile
Nancy Anderson is a shareholder at Lane Powell PC, and Chair of the firm's Wage Hour... more
Nancy Anderson is a shareholder at Lane Powell PC, and Chair of the firm's Wage Hour Group. She concentrates her practice on all types of employment and class action litigation and advice work, including wage and hour, employment discrimination, retaliation, benefits claims, and ERISA claims. Ms. Anderson has successfully tried cases to verdict, including defense of class actions and actions b... view profile
My practice focuses on business and commercial litigation. A great deal of my work... more
My practice focuses on business and commercial litigation. A great deal of my work involves real estate disputes, landlord tenant disputes, construction disputes and generalbusiness disputes. I represent both large companies and small individuals. Some of my large real estate/development/constructionrelated clients include the Benaroya Companies, Samis Foundation, Morris Piha Real Estate Servic... view profile
I have been practicing law in state and federal courts in Washington and Idaho for... more
I have been practicing law in state and federal courts in Washington and Idaho for over 17 years. My practice emphasizes employment and commercial litigation, including discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, and wage claims. In employment litigation, I represent both employers and employees. My goal is toprovide cost-effective, personal and winning representationto individuals... view profile
Employment attorneys focus on the many laws concerning the relationship between employers and employees. If you feel your employer has treated you wrongly as an employee, or if you're an employer who needs to terminate an unsatisfactory employee, you may benefit from the services of an employment attorney. Some professionals, such as teachers, policemen, and pilots, belong to labor unions, which have specific negotiation and labor law procedures that protect union members. A labor attorney will know which laws apply to your particular situation and how you can take advantage of the laws to protect your rights.