Archive of: Law

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Former CFO sentenced to prison

A CFO in a healthcare plan heads for federal prison, following his sentencing today in an embezzlement scheme that cost his employer more than $631,000.

June 2017

Embezzlement conviction today in Tacoma

Two South Sound residential real estate offices share almost half a million dollars lost to a bookkeeper's embezzlement. She was convicted today by a federal court jury in Tacoma.

June 2017

New SBA advocate named

The Trump administration is beginning to fill out political appointments at federal agencies, including the U.S. Small Business Administration.

June 2017

State regulator fines movers

Unregistered moving companies operating locally, including two with Auburn and Kent bases of operation, have been fined by the state.

June 2017

Pierce Transit pays $105k for not re-hiring

A returning military member was not rehired by Pierce Transit, which will now pay for lost earnings and benefits under a settlement reached with federal law enforcement.

June 2017

People on the Move

These company and government agency leaders have new positions or responsibilities.

May 2017

No government work for ‘wage cheats’

State and local government contracts are no longer available to any company that's been found guilty of wage theft, under a new law signed today at the state capital.

May 2017

Pharmacies sue on reimbursements

Pharmacies across Washington have gone to court in protest over the state Health Care Authority's process and reimbursement rate for prescriptions provided to Medicaid patients.

March 2017

State AG will renew immigration fight

Washington state will continue its challenge to the new Presidential Executive Order on immigration, AG says.

March 2017

New bankruptcy judge in Tacoma

A long-time attorney practicing in business law and bankruptcy matters, who graduated from UPS Law School, will begin serving in Tacoma's federal courthouse on Wednesday.

January 2017
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