Reed Longyear proudly congratulates Noah Williams, who was named as a 2014 Washington Super Lawyers Rising Star in the areas of Employment & Labor, Employment Litigation: Defense, and Workers’ Compensation.
Congratulations to Michael Longyear, who was named as a 2014 Washington Super Lawyers honoree in the areas of Estate Planning & Probate, Closely Held Business, and Elder Law.
In Washington State, a Health Care Durable Power of Attorney (HCDPOA) is a document that allows the principal (the person for whom the document is prepared) to give a trusted individual the authority to make health care decisions on the principal’s behalf when the principal is unable to due to incapacity (See State of Washington […]
In Washington State, Non-Compete Agreements (NCAs) are enforceable, but the Courts often frown upon them. Lately I have received an increase in inquiries regarding the enforceability of NCAs. These calls come from a variety of sources: individuals leaving a position for greener-pastures; concerned business owners dealing with a messy separation; and former employees opening their […]
Reed Longyear Malnati & Ahrens, PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of Franklin W. Shoichet as Of Counsel to our team of knowledgeable and professional attorneys. Mr. Shoichet concentrates his practice in civil rights, civil and probate litigation, personal injury and malpractice. Find out more about Frank Shoichet and his law practice by visiting […]
In Washington State a General Durable Power of Attorney (GDPOA) is a document that allows the principal to provide authority to an individual, known as an agent or attorney-in-fact, to manage personal finances and assets in the event that the principal is unable to do so due to incapacity (See State of Washington Statue RCW […]
I receive plenty of phone calls and e-mails from employees and executives asking if their severance packages are fair. These individuals tend to have the same general questions involving provisions of their severance agreement, the amount of compensation they may or may not be receiving, and if they need an attorney. In most situations, an attorney […]
A Living Will, also known as a Health Care Directive, is a document which allows you to tell your loved ones your preferences regarding difficult end of life decisions. Imagine if you had a medical condition or injury that was so severe that you were not able to communicate, and your loved ones were placed […]
Uber, Lyft, Sidecar and other non-traditional car-for-hire services are growing quickly in the Seattle and other major metropolitan areas. I have used Uber several times and find the service fantastic, the system easy to navigate, and the rides affordable. I haven’t used Lyft yet as the large pink mustaches frighten me. The ongoing news stories […]
I receive a lot of phone calls and e-mails from frustrated or embarrassed employees, former employees, managers, and small business owners. These individuals tend to have the same general questions, and though a lawsuit is rarely warranted I try to provide some general wisdom when answering those questions. This series of posts identifies some of […]