New Rules Allowing Online Disclosure of Consumer Warranties

The Federal Trade Commission recently amended its rules governing the disclosure of warranties on consumer products.  Under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975, manufacturers are required to make … read more

Marshall Morales Article Published In KCBA November Issue: ‘Admin Law: The New 1L Adventure’

Riddell Williams attorney Marshall Morales has recently been published in the November issue of King County Bar Association’s monthly Bar Bulletin, ‘Admin Law: The New 1L Adventure.’ The … read more

Corporate Group Welcomes New Principal

Seattle, WA – Riddell Williams is thrilled to welcome Kristen Howell to the firm.  Kristen has extensive experience working with executive teams to support their business objectives.  She … read more

Litigation Practice Group Welcomes New Associate

Riddell Williams is pleased to announce that Laura Hansen has joined the Litigation Practice Group. Before joining the firm, Laura served as a law clerk to the Honorable Benjamin … read more

The Clean Air Rule: Washington’s Greenhouse Gas Regulation

This month, the Washington Department of Ecology adopted the Clean Air Rule, a much anticipated program for reducing greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions in the state.  Washington is among … read more

Riddell Williams Welcomes New Chief Operating Officer

Jay Dobberstein has joined Riddell Williams as the new Chief Operating Officer.  Jay has an MBA from the University of Minnesota and most recently was the Executive Director … read more

Environmental Practice Group Welcomes Experienced Associate

Riddell Williams is pleased to announce that Marshall Morales has joined the Environmental Practice Group. Before joining the firm, Marshall served as an Assistant Attorney General for Washington … read more

Emerson Hilton Selected to Participate in Environmental Law Leadership Development Program

The American Bar Association’s nationwide Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources recently selected Emerson Hilton to participate in its 2016-2017 Leadership Development Program.  Each year, this selective program … read more

Employment Group Breakfast Briefing October 13th

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Ninth Circuit Upholds Air Permit for Biomass Project

Riddell Williams attorney David Weber is quoted in an article recently published by Bloomberg BNA’s Daily Environment Report, “EPA Emissions Permit Decision Could Mean Cleaner Fuel Options.”  The … read more

U.S. District Courts in Oregon and Washington Allow Indian Tribes to Recover Oversight and Enforcement Costs Under CERCLA

Two recent federal court decisions have expanded the range of costs that Indian tribes may recover from potentially responsible parties (PRPs) under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and … read more

For the Defense: State Courts Reject the Ponzi-Scheme Presumptions in Fraudulent Transfer Actions

Bernie Madoff in New York, Tom Petters in Minneapolis, Allen Stanford in Houston, and Darren Berg in Seattle lead a rogues’ gallery of infamous Ponzi schemers. All are … read more