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Williams Kastner has been serving clients in the Pacific Northwest since our Seattle office opened in 1929. With attorneys in offices in Washington and Oregon, we offer global capabilities and vision with a local sensibility.Learn More
Our presence in Oregon expands the firm's practice depth in the maritime, transportation, agriculture and related industries to better serve Pacific Northwest companies. We serve a broad range of clients in business transactions and commercial litigation, creditors' rights and bankruptcy, mass tort defense, labor and employment, tax, real estate and estate planning.Learn More
News & Insights
2021 Best Lawyers in America & 2021 Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch
August 20, 2020 — Williams Kastner is pleased to announce 18 of our attorneys were named to the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. Additionally, three of our attorneys were named to the Inaugural Edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch. Attorneys included in the 2021 edition are recognized for professional excellence with...
Short-Term Solutions, Long Term Impact: The Fluidity of Federal Hours of Service in the Time of COVID-19
One of the few constants during this period of unprecedented turmoil and economic uncertainty in America has been the steady and unwavering dependability of truck drivers, who continue to transport crucial goods and products across a country that needs them more than ever. Recognizing the indispensable role that truck drivers play in ensuring that all...
Washington State Issues New Guidance on Corona Virus and High Risk Employees:
On July 29, 2020 , Governor Jay Inslee issued new guidance based on recommendations from the CDC regarding employees at risk for contracting Covid-19. The governor’s proclamation extends indefinitely, or until otherwise amended, protections provided to employees who are at high risk. High risk employees are defined as employees age 65 or older, employees who...