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July 31, 2019

Final Approval Granted in Pyramid Alehouse Wage Theft Class Action Law Suit

On Tuesday July 30, 2019, a judge with the King County Superior Court approved a $450,000 settlement in the class action lawsuit brought against Independent Brewers …

 
June 20, 2019

Washington Appeals Court Rules Pagliacci Cannot Force Pizza Delivery Drivers to Arbitrate Wage Claims

Employers in America are increasingly inserting forced arbitration clauses in their contracts with employees as a way to inoculate themselves against lawsuits. These clauses usually end …

 
April 19, 2019

Terrell Marshall and the ACLU Take On the Flawed For-Profit Bail System

UPDATE: Court rules provisions of form bail contract unenforceable as against public policy. The unfair provisions voided by the Court required consumers to pay for any …

 
February 14, 2019

TMLG Sponsors KCSARC’s BE LOUD Breakfast

This year, Terrell Marshall Law Group is honored to sponsor the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center’s (KCSARC) BE LOUD Breakfast. KCSARC is dedicated to being …

December 10, 2018

Celebrating Successes in 2018

TMLG would like to thank its co-counsel, clients, and community partners for working toward justice during 2018. Together we achieved the following successes: Improving the Law …

 
September 7, 2018

TMLG Wins Appeal in Tenant Rights Case

Eva Moore and Brooke Shaw rented an apartment together in King County. In 2016, their landlord attempted to evict them using a procedure that does not …

 
April 5, 2018

Litigation Pertaining to Autism-Related Services Resolved

For Immediate Release: 04/05/2018 Litigation pertaining to autism-related services resolved Anthem Insurance Companies, Inc. and a purported class of Indiana health care plan members have reached …

 
March 9, 2018

Credit Report Provider AppFolio Must Face Class Claims

In October 2016, Anthony Leo applied for an apartment. As part of the application process, the rental agency performed a background check and paid a company …

 
February 6, 2018

T-Mobile Loses Bid to Dismiss Case Accusing it of Failing to Pay Commissions

Plaintiffs Dana Rohde and Michael Wilson sued T-Mobile on behalf of current and former Washington employees because T-Mobile failed to pay sales commissions, some of which …

 
January 30, 2018

Ford Faces Lawsuit for Exploding Sunroofs

A judge ruled this month that Ford cannot escape a lawsuit seeking to hold it responsible for manufacturing vehicles with defective sunroofs that spontaneously shatter. The …