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Blank Rome LLP | USA | 17 Mar 2022

Look at What the Tax Does and Raise Everything to Win!

The Washington State Superior Court, Douglas County, ("Superior Court") recently relied on the Washington State Constitution to invalidate the new…
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Blank Rome LLP | USA | 17 Feb 2022

A Battle against Discrimination

It is without question that when the Washington Legislature enacted the Business & Occupation surtax on financial institutions with consolidated net…
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Crowell & Moring LLP | USA | 16 Nov 2021

Supreme Court declines to weigh in on notice required to trigger statute of limitations for trade secret misappropriation claims

The Supreme Court recently denied a petition for certiorari. The petitioners sought the Supreme Court's intervention regarding the notice required to trigger the statute of limitations for trade secret misappropriation claims. The petitioners alleged that in 2015 they had discovered that the respondents had been engaged in a 25-year conspiracy to steal their inventions. A central issue was......
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Davis Wright Tremaine LLP | USA | 28 Jul 2021

Washington State Passes New Anti-SLAPP Statute

Effective July 25, 2021, the State of Washington has a new anti-SLAPP statute—replacing the version that the Washington Supreme Court declared…
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Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP | USA | 24 Jun 2021

Hire local? Washington Superior Court finds Seattle payroll expense tax constitutional

Addressing cross-motions for summary judgment from the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and the City of Seattle, the Superior Court of…
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Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani | USA | 9 Feb 2021

Washington State Supreme Court Clarifies "Pedestrian" -- Implications for Personal Injury Protection Coverage

The Washington State Supreme Court recently issued a decision that clarified whether a bicyclist is a “pedestrian” for purposes of personal injury…
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Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani | USA | 9 Feb 2021

McLaughlin v. Travelers

The Washington State Supreme Court recently issued a decision that clarified whether a bicyclist is a “pedestrian” for purposes of personal injury…
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Lane Powell PC | USA | 22 Sep 2020

Washington Supreme Court Rules Lessee Seeking Equitable Grace Period to Exercise Option to Purchase Must Have Made Valuable Permanent Improvements

Missing a deadline to exercise an option in a lease, even if inadvertent, usually means the option is lost unless a court steps in to override the…
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Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP | USA | 24 Aug 2020

Battling Statutory Interpretation Principles Leads to an “Unambiguous” Result: Washington Taxes Hospitals

The Washington Supreme Court held that a business & occupation (“B&O”) tax deduction contained in RCW 82.04.4311 is limited to payments received from…
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K&L Gates LLP | USA | 5 Feb 2020

Greenhouse Gas Regulation in Washington; Clean Air Rule Partial Invalidated

On January 16, 2020, the Washington Supreme Court (the “Supreme Court”) invalidated those portions of the Washington Clean Air Rule (“Rule”) that…
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