Reshvin P Sidhu
Fax: (206) 628-6611
Two Union Square
601 Union Street, Suite 4100
Seattle, WA 98101
Reshvin Sidhu is an associate in the Seattle office of Williams Kastner. She is a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment, Insurance, Commercial Litigation, and Business & Real Estate Transactions practice groups. Reshvin has assisted clients ranging from individuals to large corporations in state and federal court and mediations.
Reshvin regularly works on cases involving employment disputes, premise liability, insurance coverage including auto and commercial property, contract disputes, and real estate transactions. Additionally, Reshvin contributes to the firm’s Labor and Employment Updates, Labor and Employment Seminars, and Insurance Newsletters.
Reshvin is also committed to volunteer work and currently serves a pro bono attorney for the Seattle Clemency Project. During law school, Reshvin served as an extern with the Seattle Community Law Center (SCLC) working as a social security advocate for those who suffered from disabilities and were low-income. Reshvin was also the Associate Editor of the Seattle University Law Review.
Williams Kastner, Associate | 2016 – Present
Williams Kastner, Summer Associate | Summer 2015
Preg O’Donnell & Gillett PLLC, Summer Legal Intern | Summer 2014
Washington State Bar Association
United States District Court, Western District of Washington
United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington
Presenter, “Labor & Employment Seminar for Alaska General Seafoods, Leader Creek & SunRype,” Williams Kastner Labor & Employment Seminar, Seattle, WA, January 23, 2018.
Presenter, “Changing Course: New Directions for NLRB and EEOC under the New Administration,” Williams Kastner Labor & Employment Seminar, Seattle, WA, November 1, 2017.
“Oregon Court of Appeals Rules that Insurer Owes Duty to Defend General Contractor as Additional Insured Under Subcontractor’s Liability Policy,” Williams Kastner Northwest Insurance Law Quarterly Newsletter, Winter 2018.
“Washington Federal Court Limits Tenants’ Status in Determining Whether Loss was Subject to Policy Exclusion,” Williams Kastner Northwest Insurance Law Quarterly Newsletter, Fall 2017.
“Oregon Supreme Court Rejects Insured’s Attempt to Seek Attorney Fees in UM Dispute Under ORS 742.061(3),” Williams Kastner Northwest Insurance Law Quarterly Newsletter, Summer 2017.
“Decreasing the Dependence on Cash for Canna-Businesses,” Marijuana Venture Magazine, August 2017.
“Washington Court Looks Beyond Policy Definition to Interpret a Term Partially Defined in First-Party Property Policy,” Williams Kastner Northwest Insurance Law Quarterly Newsletter, Winter 2017.