Covenants Not to Execute

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

Covenants Not to Execute


Seminar recorded on November 20, 2014.


Chairpersons:
John Budlong, Seminar Co-Chair,The Budlong Law Firm
Jane Morrow, Seminar Co-Chair, Otorowski, Johnston, Morrow & Golden


Agenda:


9:00 - 9:05 Welcome & Introductions
John Budlong, Seminar Co-Chair,The Budlong Law Firm
Jane Morrow, Seminar Co-Chair, Otorowski, Johnston, Morrow & Golden


9:05 - 9:35 Covenants and Deterrence under Miller v. Safeco
David Beninger, Luvera Law Firm


9:35 - 10:05 Covenants in Employment Cases
Judith Lonnquist, Law Office of Judith Lonnquist


10:05 - 10:35 Covenant Settlements under Barton v. Dept of Transportation
Joel Cunningham, Luvera Law Firm


10:35 - 10:50 Break


10:50 - 11:20 When to Covenant and When Not to Covenant
A. Richard Dykstra, Friedman | Rubin


11:20 - 12:15 Telling the Story - Focus Groups and Voir Dire in Covenant Cases
Bob Dawson, Dawson Brown


12:15 -12:30 Break to pick up Boxed Lunches (included)


12:30 - 1:00 Covenants and Summary Judgment Motions
John Budlong,The Budlong Law Firm


1:00 – 1:45 Ethical Implications in Covenants Not to Execute
John Strait, Seattle University School Of Law


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I hereby declare that the majority of my law practice is devoted to representing plaintiffs and I will not use the information provided at this CLE to advance the defense of a tort claim nor assist insurance defense in opposing the rights or interests of injured or disabled persons.


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Presenters
Jane Morrow
JANE MORROW- had a vision of providing compassionate representation and zealous advocacy for injured people. Ms. Morrow's first career was not in the legal field but rather, in critical care nursing. Well into her nursing career she witnessed the...More
John Budlong
The Budlong Law Firm represents seriously injured people in lawsuits against corporations, insurance companies, government entities, and medical institutions. John Budlong was graduated from the University of Washington law school in 1982 and is...More
David M. Beninger
Mr. Beninger is a shareholder/partner with the Luvera Law Firm, where he has practiced for the last 28 years.

He has handled a number of complex and high profile cases, including the claims arising from the Washington D.C. Sniper...More

Judith A. Lonnquist
JUDITH A. LONNQUIST is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and the University of Chicago Law School. She is the former General Counsel to the Washington Education Association and in 1986, founded the Law Offices of Judith A. Lonnquist, P.S. Since...More
Joel D. Cunningham
Joel D. Cunningham was born in Renton, Washington in 1948. He was admitted to the bar in 1974, Washington and U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington. His education includes earning his B.A. in Economics in 1971 from the University of...More
Richard Dykstra
For more than thirty years, Richard’s practice has focused on issues of insurance coverage and insurance company good faith claims handling. He has been involved in many of the noteworthy Washington cases that establish the standards for insurance...More
Robert K. Dawson
Bob Dawson regularly represents persons who have suffered catastrophic injuries. He has obtained a number of settlements and verdicts in the millions of dollars. Bob is acknowledged by other lawyers as a superior trial lawyer. He has been invited to...More
John A. Strait, Ph.D.
John A. Strait, Associate Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law. Professor Strait is a graduate of Yale Law School. He maintains a private practice representing lawyers and judges in disciplinary proceedings. He also appears as a...More

Originally Published

November 20, 2014


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Covenants Not to Execute - Paper
  • Covenants and Deterrence under Miller v. Safeco - Video
  • Covenants and Deterrence under Miller v. Safeco - Audio
  • Covenants in Employment Cases - Video
  • Covenants in Employment Cases - Audio
  • Covenant Settlements under Barton v. Dept of Transportation - Video
  • Covenant Settlements under Barton v. Dept of Transportation - Audio
  • When to Covenant and When Not to Covenant - Video
  • When to Covenant and When Not to Covenant - Audio
  • Telling the Story - Focus Groups and Voir Dire in Covenant Cases - Video
  • Telling the Story - Focus Groups and Voir Dire in Covenant Cases - Audio
  • Covenants and Summary Judgment Motions - Video
  • Covenants and Summary Judgment Motions - Audio
  • Ethical Implications in Covenants Not to Execute - Video
  • Ethical Implications in Covenants Not to Execute - Audio

How To Attend

Join the self-paced program from your office, home, or hotel room using a computer and high speed internet connection. You may start and stop the program at your convenience, continue where you left off, and review supporting materials as often as you like.


Technical Requirements

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