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In mid-July, an initiative qualified for the November ballot that could have far-reaching effects for Washington workers, employers and taxpayers.  I-1082, which would effectively privatize the current state-run workers’ compensation program, is backed by the insurance industry and a conservative... (Read More)
This article by Timothy W. Emery, Esq., a partner with Emery Reddy, PLLC, Attorneys at Law. While analysts continue to debate whether or not the U.S. economy is on the road to recovery, the recession clearly lingers for those involved in the workers’ compensation system (read reports on the reces... (Read More)
The attorneys at Emery Reddy recently filed a class action lawsuit against Safeway for failing to pay overtime wages and illegally preventing employees from taking meal and rest breaks. Emery Reddy is committed to ensuring that workers receive the full compensation and benefits to which they are ent... (Read More)
This article by Timothy W. Emery, Esq., a partner with Emery Reddy, PLLC, Attorneys at Law. Of the many concerns that today’s workers face, one of the most troubling is the prospect of losing income during an injury or prolonged illness. Sick or injured workers may suddenly find themselves unable... (Read More)
This article by Timothy W. Emery, Esq., a partner with Emery Reddy, PLLC, Attorneys at Law. Washington Labor and Industries is in the process of overhauling its website, www.lni.wa.gov. The revisions to the Washington L&I website are the result of user feedback collected over a significant perio... (Read More)
This article by Timothy W. Emery, Esq., a partner with Emery Reddy, PLLC, Attorneys at Law. Low-wage employees are often denied appropriate overtime pay and paid less than the minimum wage, according to a recent study based on a survey of employees in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. Researchers ... (Read More)