Following the footsteps of San Francisco and Seattle, the Portland City Council may soon require employers within the Portland city limits to provide employees with paid sick leave.
On Thursday, the Washington State Liquor Control Board (“WSLCB”) will sell its remaining inventory at a live auction to be held at its distribution center on East Marginal Way.
This month, my fellow contributors and I rolled out the latest edition of the Washington State Hospitality Law Manual at the Washington Lodging Association’s Annual Convention at the Tulalip Resort Casino & Spa.
The oldest franchisor in the country recently took a hit in federal appeals court on its ability to set prices in its restaurants. The decision suggests that franchisors take a hard long look at the specifics of their contract language before changing course.
In what has become an annual autumn ritual, Seattle City Light recently issued a Request for Proposals (“RFP”) seeking up to 150,000 MWh of renewable energy or …
Many in the electric utility industry thought that the threat of liability arising from human exposure to Electromagnetic Fields (“EMF”) had been put to rest years ago. …
Starting September 1, 2012, all businesses with employees who perform work in the Seattle city limits must comply with the Seattle Sick/Safe Leave Ordinance. If you haven’t reviewed your current sick leave policy to ensure it complies, or created a policy if necessary, now is the time.