Washington Government & Administrative Lawyers
During law school, Vanessa served on the National Trial Team and on the Editorial Board of the Gonzaga Law Review. She also worked for the Office of the Attorney General as an intern representing the Department of Social and Health Services. After law school, Vanessa obtained “behind...
Bob Schroeter has provided management, legal and government relations services to clients in Oregon and Washington State for over 25 years. Bob has experience as an Assistant Attorney General, Municipal Counsel, Corporate Director of Government Affairs, Division Director at a State Agency, CEO and Government Relations professional and County Bar Association President, as well as Presiding officer and director for non-profit organizations.
Bob has handled cases before State Superior, Appellate and Supreme Courts & State and Federal District Courts for two decades, and has worked with legislators at the Federal level, and State Legislative, County...
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
University of Washington School of Law and Seattle University School of Law
Mr. Armstrong moved to...
Andrea joined GTH in 2005 after graduating from Seattle University School of Law,...
Seattle, WA Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 19 years experience
Cop. Soldier. Lawyer. Law Professor. Judge.
For 24 years I've worked criminal cases, on the streets and in the courtroom, civilian and military, and at local, state, and federal levels. Along the way I've advised on a wide range of legal issues affecting military personnel and their families. Recently retired from the Army as a Lieutenant Colonel in the JAG Corps, I bring an unmatched range of experience to the table.
My services are reserved for those who serve our country and communities: military personnel, veterans, first responders, and their families.
If everything you've built--everything worked to hard to...
He has successfully handled cases for employers throughout the United States, in Federal, State and administrative court. In 2009, his office won dismissals in OSHA citation appeals in New Jersey, Colorado, and Wisconsin on cases involving lockout/tagout charges, employment discrimination claims and workplace accidents and fatalities.
In 1988 Doug...
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