Cutting Edge Civil Rights Issues: Police Misconduct, Homeless Rights, and Prisoners’ Rights

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

Cutting Edge Civil Rights Issues:
Police Misconduct, Homeless Rights, and Prisoners' Rights
Civil Rights CLE with Deskbook Update

Chairpersons: Jay Krulewitch & Ada Wong
Deskbook Editor: Nathan Roberts
November 16, 2017
4.0 Law & Legal Credits
Motif Hotel, Seattle
11:50-12:00 Welcome and Opening
Chairpersons: Jay Krulewitch, Seattle Attorney and Ada Wong, Mountlake Terrace Attorney
12:00-1:00 Judicial Panel Discussion: Tips from the Bench
Judge Stephanie Arend, Pierce Co. Superior Court and Senior Judge John C. Coughenour, U.S. District, Justice Faith Ireland, Ret.
1:00-1:15 Case Selection & Investigation
Jay Krulewitch, Seattle Attorney
1:15-1:30 Break 1:30-2:00 Investigation & Discovery in Police Shooting Cases: Lessons Learned from Thomas v. City of Lakewood, et. Al.
Tiffany Cartwright, Seattle Attorney
2:00-2:25 Qualified Immunity on Summary Judgement
Darryl Parker, Seattle Attorney
2:25-2:50 The Government Cannot Steal from You Even if You Are Homeless
Peter Fels, Vancouver Attorney and Moloy Good, Vancouver Attorney
2:50-3:15 How to Prove Compensatory and Punitive Damages in a Police Misconduct Case
Mary Anderson, Bothell Attorney
3:15-3:30 Break
3:30-3:50 When is Denial of Medical Care a Constitutional Violation?
Nathan Roberts, Tacoma Attorney
3:50-4:15 Jail Death Litigation: Overview, Issues and Pitfalls
Ed Budge, Seattle Attorney
4:15-4:30 Q & A

Presenters
Mary Anderson
Mary Anderson is a tenacious attorney that assists home owners in the fight to save their houses from the banks through preventative processes and, when necessary, litigation. She has a passion for assisting those in trouble by interpreting the law...More
Hon. Stephanie Arend
STEPHANIE A. AREND was appointed by Governor Locke to Pierce County Superior Court, Department 12, on September 8, 1999. Prior to her appointment, she was a partner with Gordon, Thomas, Honeywell, Malanca, Peterson & Daheim, PLLC. As a lawyer, her...More
Edwin S. Budge
Ed Budge is a civil rights attorney who has been practicing law since 1994. He is a principal attorney with the law firm of Budge & Heipt, PLLC. Ed focuses primarily on civil rights cases involving wrongful death and serious physical injuries arising...More
Tiffany Mae Cartwright
Tiffany Cartwright is an attorney at MacDonald Hoague & Bayless, where she focuses on civil rights and employment litigation, particularly cases involving police misconduct, failure to accommodate disabilities, and gender and pregnancy...More
Hon. John C. Coughenour
Judge John C. Coughenour was raised in the Midwest and earned his law degree from the University of Iowa in 1966. After a brief stint on the law faculty at the University of Washington, he was a litigation partner at the Seattle firm of Bogle &...More
Peter Fels
Peter Fels was admitted to the Oregon Bar in 1978 and worked for Oregon Legal Services Corp. from 1979 to 1992. He was director of the Pendleton office, responsible for 7 rural counties in Northeastern Oregon. The office handled all types of civil...More
Moloy Good
Moloy Good founded the Good Law Clinic in January of 2017 in order to provide high quality legal services to traditionally underrepresented clients. Mr. Good is also a member of the Portland Human Rights Commission, joining the HRC in 2008.

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Hon. Faith Ireland, (Ret.)
Faith Ireland retired from the Washington Supreme Court in 2005 and began her private practice in mediation, strategic legal consulting and coaching lawyers on briefing and arguing in the appellate courts. She was elected to the Supreme Court in 1998...More
Jay H. Krulewitch
Mr. Krulewitch has labored in the trenches as a trial attorney for almost a quarter century in the Seattle-King County area. After Mr. Krulewitch became admitted to practice law in the State of Washington, from May 1988 to January 1995, he worked at...More
Darryl Parker
Darryl Parker is an employment, civil rights, and personal injury attorney with the Civil Rights Justice Center PLLC in Seattle, Washington. He received his B.A. in Political Science from Fordham University and his J.D. from the University of...More
Nathan P. Roberts
Nate Roberts is a trial lawyer who represents real, everyday people as they work to hold corporations and government accountable. His primary focus is on the litigation and trial of complex personal injury and wrongful death claims. Over the course...More
Ada Wong
Ada K. Wong is the owner of AKW LAW, P.C., with offices in Washington and California. She is licensed to practice in California, Washington, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Northern District of California, the Eastern District of California,...More

Originally Published

November 16, 2017


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Cutting Edge Civil Rights Issues: Police Misconduct, Homeless Rights, and Prisoners’ Rights - Paper
  • Judicial Panel Discussion: Tips from the Bench - Video
  • Case Selection & Investigation - Video
  • Investigation & Discovery in Police Shooting Cases: Lessons Learned from Thomas v. City of Lakewood, et. Al. - Video
  • Qualified Immunity on Summary Judgement - Video
  • The Government Cannot Steal from You Even if You Are Homeless - Video
  • How to Prove Compensatory and Punitive Damages in a Police Misconduct Case - Video
  • When is Denial of Medical Care a Constitutional Violation? - Video
  • Jail Death Litigation: Overview, Issues and Pitfalls - Video

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