Emery Reddy Attorneys, Seattle
Timothy W. Emery - Attorney at Law
Tim Emery is a member of Emery | Reddy, PLLC. Mr. Emery represents companies in complex litigation and transactional matters and provides general counsel assistance. He performs a broad range of services from helping startups achieve their growth goals to managing litigation for Fortune 500 companies. He has handled a range of cases in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies, with a particular emphasis on business-related litigation.
Mr. Emery also accepts select cases on behalf of individual clients, such as class action cases for violations of CROA, FCRA, FDCPA and other state and federal consumer protection statutes. He is a member of the King County Bar Association, the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce, the Salt Lake City Bar Association, the Washington State Bar Association, the Utah State Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
He is admitted to practice law in the federal and state courts of Washington and Utah, where he has litigated a variety of cases.
Patrick B. Reddy - Attorney at Law
Patrick Reddy is a member of Emery | Reddy, PLLC, and litigates workers’ compensation and employment matters throughout Washington state. He has practiced before the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals, the state Superior Courts, the Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court, and the United States District Courts of Eastern and Western Washington. He was lead trial counsel in Frisino v. Seattle School District No. 1, a Court of Appeals decision (review denied by the Supreme Court) where the Court required employers to engage in the interactive process of accommodating employees with disabilities, even after some attempts at accommodation failed.
He is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, the King County Bar Association, the U.S. District Courts of Eastern and Western Washington, and the American Bar Association. Patrick represents both individuals and organizations in workers’ compensation and employment related matters.