Top Othello Employment Lawyers - Washington

WE ONLY REFPRESENT FEDERAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES!   We handle all MSPB, EEO, OWCP, DISCIPLINE & INVESTIGATION CASES NATIONWIDE! We are dedicated to defending federal government employees' rights to a workplace free from wrongful, retaliatory and discriminatory actions.  Bobby Devadoss is an experienced and hardworking attorney with a significant background in handling a wide variety of...

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  • PO Box 5498,601 W. Kennewick Ave Kennewick WA 99336 46.208466 -119.12653

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  • 330 W. Indiana Ave. Spokane WA 99205 47.67525 -117.41697

    Cooney Law Office, P.S. is a local, multi-practice law firm emphasizing the needs of individuals. With attorneys practicing in the areas of Personal Injury & Auto Accidents, DUI & Criminal Defense, Family Law, Estate Planning & Probate, and Employment Law, Cooney Law strives to assist those who need us most, and to alleviate the stressors of every day life. Whether you're looking...

  • 4004 NE. 4th Street,Suite 107-340 Renton WA 98056 47.489002 -122.165344

    Serving clients throughout King, Pierce, Snohomish and Thurston counties from his law office in Renton, Washington, Paul Routt Law, attorney Paul Routt provides exceptional advocacy and support to injured and disabled employees seeking their rightful compensation as well as employees dealing with a serious violation of their rights as workers. In addition to handling all types of workers'...

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    317 South Meridian,P.O. Box 488 Puyallup WA 98371 47.18986 -122.29338

    The law firm of Campbell Barnett P.L.L.C. serves Puyallup, Washington, as well as Pierce, Thurston and Kitsap counties. Founded in 1931, our practice includes business law, family law, personal injury and numerous other areas. Our business law attorneys regularly handle cases involving employer-employee disputes, sales and acquisitions, mergers, and shareholder disputes and agreements. We provide...

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