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Legal Team: The Yellow Brick Road to Litigation

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March 15, 2017


Washington State Association for Justice


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Legal Team:
The Yellow Brick Road to Litigation
SEATTLE: WEDNESDAY, March 15, 2017, Washington State Convention Center
8:20 - 8:30 Welcome and Opening
Raylene Ewing, Welch & Condon
Bethany Rutherford, Law Offices Of Harold D. Carr, P.S.
8:30-9:00 HIPAA, HITECH and You
Ashton Dennis, Washington Law Center, PLLC
Jay Jenkins, T-Scan
9:00-9:30 Settlement Brochures
Raylene Ewing, Welch & Condon
Bethany Rutherford, Law Offices Of Harold D. Carr, P.S.
9:30-9:45 Break
9:45-10:15 Ethics in Trust Accounts
Roxanne Eberle, Wild Sky Law Group, PLLC
10:10-10:45 Negotiations
Michael Montgomery, Law Offices Of Harold D. Carr, P.S.
10:45-11:15 How to Resolve Difficult Cases of Property Damage
Brad Feit, Phillips Law Firm
11:15-11:45 Hold Harmless and Releases
Nicole Gainey, Gainey Law
Michelle Merrin, Teller & Associates, PLLC

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Raylene Ewing

Raylene Ewing is a paralegal at Welch & Condon Attorneys. She supports all areas of the firm’s practice including... Read More

Bethany Rutherford

After nearly a decade long career in retail management, Bethany made the move to a legal career in 2013. As a paralegal who... Read More

Ashton K. Dennis

Ashton Dennis is a litigation and trial attorney focusing on representing individuals and families who have suffered serious... Read More

Jay Jenkins

Roxanne Eberle

Roxanne Eberle owns and operates the law firm of Wild Sky Law Group, PLLC, in Bellevue Washington, focusing on plaintiff's... Read More

Michael Montgomery

Michael Montgomery has been a part of the Law Offices of Harold D. Carr since 2005, but transitioned to the role of attorney... Read More

Brad Feit

Brad Feit is the Pre-Litigation Supervising Attorney of Phillips Law Firm’s Personal Injury division. He oversees the... Read More

Nicole G. Gainey

Nicole Gainey is the owner of Gainey -Law. She is a solo practitioner, her office is in downtown Seattle. She focuses on... Read More

Michelle Merrin

Is a Senior Certified paralegal with over 20 years of experience. She works in many legal areas including personal injury,... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

HIPAA, HITECH and You - Video
Settlement Brochures - Video
Ethics in Trust Accounts - Video
Negotiations - Video
How to Resolve Difficult Cases of Property Damage - Video
Hold Harmless and Releases - Video
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