Corr Cronin Blog
Corr Cronin is pleased to announce that eight of the firm’s lawyers were selected as “Super Lawyers” for 2021 and an additional seven lawyers were selected as “Rising Stars.” Two of the firm’s lawyers were ranked in the Top 100 attorneys list in Washington state.
Since Washington’s new restrictive covenant law came into effect on January 1, 2020, a few rulings from Washington’s federal district courts provide early indications of how courts will apply the law. All of these rulings were rendered in the context of motions for preliminary injunctions.
Some twenty years later, the death of musician and lead singer of the band The Gits, Mia Zapata, continues to be a tragic story told and remembered in the Seattle community. Her murder shocked and forever changed the grunge music scene in the 1990s…
With Zoom hearings replacing many in-court or in-person hearings during the COVID-19 pandemic — including arbitrations, administrative hearings, voir dire, and more—these virtual hearings have come with both advantages and drawbacks. There are obvious advantages besides…
This month the Washington Supreme Court ruled that dairy workers are protected by minimum wage laws and entitled to overtime pay. This ruling could have wide-reaching implications for Washington employers and employees.
Corr Cronin is pleased to announce that nine of the firm’s lawyers were selected as “Super Lawyers” for 2020 and an additional eight lawyers were selected as “Rising Stars.” Two of the firm’s lawyers were ranked in the Top 100 attorneys list in Washington state.