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The Check is(n’t) in the Mail: The Cause of Action of ‘Account Stated’

“You just remember what ol’ Jack Burton always says at a time like that: ‘Have you paid your dues, Jack? Yes sir, the check is in the mail.’” -Big Trouble in Little China, 1986. You are a homeowner who hires a contractor to come regularly to your property for routine maintenance. At first, everything seems

Law Provides Much-Needed Relief from Abusive Litigation by Domestic Violence Perpetrators

In March 2020, the Washington State Legislature passed legislation against “abusive litigation.”  Abusive litigation is regularly perpetrated by domestic violence abusers and has been referred to as “legal bullying.”  . In addressing this problem, the Legislature recognized that family law cases including dissolutions, legal separations, parenting plan actions, and protection order proceedings are commonplace for

‘Tis the Season: A Gifting Opportunity

If you are in the holiday spirit this season, you may wish to make gifts using the 2020 annual federal gift tax exclusion amount.  To qualify for this exclusion for the year 2020, the gifts must be made no later than December 31, 2020 if being made directly to an individual or December 1, 2020 if being made to

Privacy in the Workplace: Employee Surveillance

(This blog is the first installment in a multi-part series regarding privacy in the workplace.) Employers often seek to monitor or surveil their employees in the workplace. Though workplace monitoring, searches, and surveillance can be a valuable tool for any employer, doing so is not without risk. Employers should make sure their workplace search, monitoring,

Got a Civil Complaint? Just Don’t Get SLAPPed

Your next-door neighbor has a bone to pick with you. Maybe he thinks you have encroached onto his property. Maybe he is mad about a fence you put up on the property line. Maybe he just isn’t in a good mood. Whatever the reason, he has decided that instead of dealing with his problems in

LHS&E Attorneys Recognized as 2021 Best Lawyers and “Ones to Watch”

Proud to offer you the best of experience, tenacity and judgment, the law offices of Lasher Holzafel Sperry & Ebberson PLLC is delighted to announce that Linda Kelley Ebberson, George S. Holzapfel, Darin T. Jensen, Jamie Polito Johnston, Taro Kusunose, Tara K. Richardson, Maya Trujillo Ringe, Justin Sedell, Lisa Ann Sharpe, Shannon Sperry, Karl A.