Timothy Emery, part of Emery Reddy's team of award winning l&I attorneys

Timothy
W. Emery

Member

206-442-9106

Education

  • J.D., Seattle University School of Law, 2003
  • M.B.A, University of Washington, 2013
  • B.B.A, Pacific Lutheran University, 1999

Admitted to Practice

  • WA, UT

Areas of Concentration

  • Workers’ Compensation Law
  • Employment Law
  • Consumer Law
  • Privacy Law
  • Injury Law

Professional and Community Involvement

Inns of Court
Association of Corporate Counsel
Washington State Association for Justice

Awards and Recognition

• AV Preeminent® 5.0 out of 5 – Martindale-Hubbell® 2015-2021
• 10.0 Rating, Top Attorney – Avvo® 2018-2021
• Legal Leaders, Labor & Employment – Martindale-Hubbell® 2018
• Attorney of the Year Award – CV Magazine, 2017
• Employment & Labor Law – Top Law Firm – CV Magazine, 2020
• Martindale-Hubbell® Client Champion 2020 – Silver Distinction
• Lawyer of Distinction 2020
• AV Preeminent Judicial Edition – Martindale-Hubbell 2020, 2021
• Top Ranked 2019 Lawyers – ALM Legal Leaders
• High Stakes Litigators Award – America’s Top 100
• Top 1% of Attorneys in America – Distinguished Justice Advocates
• Lead Counsel Rated, Labor & Employment Law – Lead Counsel Review Board
• Lead Counsel Rated, Workers’ Compensation Law – Lead Counsel Review Board
• Top 1% – America’s Most Honored Professionals
• Top 10 Attorney – Attorney and Practice Magazine
• 10 Best Attorneys, High Verdict & Settlement Winner – American Institute of Legal Counsel

Background

Tim Emery is a founding member of Emery | Reddy, PLLC. Mr. Emery manages complex litigation in state and federal courts throughout the country. Mr. Emery also accepts select class action cases on behalf of clients whose rights have been violated by corporations. Prior to returning to plaintiffs’ practice, Mr. Emery spent nearly a decade as general counsel to multiple companies in the consumer credit space.

General Counsel

• Regulatory and litigation defense counsel – 9+ years managing strategic defense of class action lawsuits throughout the US on behalf of multiple companies, including Credit.com, Creditrepair.com, and Lexington Law
• Obtained landmark federal court win permitting credit repair organizations to engage in periodic billing procedures Law (Ducharme v. Lexington Law, et al.)
• Successfully managed the defense of dozens of national class action alleging TCPA violations
• Represented GMAC Mortgage in dozens of litigations throughout Washington state
• Provides analysis and compliance advice for national firms required to comply with CROA, FCRA, the FDCPA, and the TCPA

Recent Class Action Matters

Carlson v. Pacific Northwest Fondue LLC (d/b/a The Melting Pot) King County Superior Court Case No. 19-2-05401-8
• Davis v. Jeff, Pat, Chris, LLC, et al. (d/b/a Domino’s Pizza) King County Superior Court Case No. 19-2-33832-6
• Dozier v. Noble Food Group, Inc., et al. (d/b/a Domino’s Pizza) Skagit County Superior Court Case No. 19-2-01148-29
• Shipman v. Airport Investment Company, Inc., et al. (d/b/a Hampton Inn) King County Superior Court Case No. 19-2-32386-8
• Heard, et al. v. Home Express Delivery Service, LLC, et al. (d/b/a Temco Logistics) King County Superior Court Case No. 20-2-07098-0
• Kennedy, et al. v. Ginsing, LLC, et al. King County Superior Court Case No. 20-2-05287-6

Recent Individual Representations

• $965,000 confidential resolution for race discrimination and wage withholding
• $825,000 confidential resolution for employment law violations
• $1.5MM confidential resolution for gender discrimination
• $250,000 for hostile work environment
• $550,000 settlement (settled on individual basis) for withheld pay from several dozen hourly workers
• $517,000 for wrongful termination and age discrimination
• $150,000 plus an additional estimated $300,000 in equity for wrongful termination and breach of contract
• Multiple resolutions for Washington Amazon employees
• Six-figure confidential resolution for wrongfully terminated med-tech sales worker
• Six-figure confidential resolution for worker’s sexual harassment claim
• Six-figure confidential settlement for discrimination claim