Results Results $31,240,547 Jury damages verdict for paralyzed skier (reduced for comparative fault and inherent risk). $31,240,547 Trial Counsel for a paralyzed skier against Ski Lifts Inc. The jury returned a verdict in the plaintiff’s favor after proving that the resort was negligent in its construction of a man-made ski jump and in its failure to respond to repeated prior injuries and specific warnings by other customers. Salvini v. Ski Lifts Inc., King County Superior Court Cause No. 05-2-13652-9. The verdict was reduced by 55 percent for combination of comparative fault and the inherent risks of skiing. The case was appealed and affirmed by Division I of the Court of Appeals. Salvini v. Ski Lifts, Inc., 2008 WL 4616708 (2008). Review was subsequently denied by Washington State Supreme Court. $13,250,000 Settlement in class action against for-profit school. $13,250,000 Represented 28,000 former students of Washington-based Business Computer Training Institute (“BCTI”) in class action regarding educational services provided by school. Wright v. BCTI, Pierce County Superior Court Cause No. 05-2-05763-2. $5,914,222 Jury verdict for whistleblower pharmaceutical sales rep. $5,914,222 Trial counsel for a sales rep of a global pharmaceutical company who experienced gender discrimination and retaliatory termination after reporting a violation under the False Claims Act. The federal jury awarded a verdict of $5,914,222, which included $390,500 in back pay, $2,143,722 in front pay, $1,690,000 in emotional distress damages, and $1,690,000 in punitive damages. Erickson v. Biogen, 2019 WL 6713307. The case was appealed by the Defendant and resolved while on appeal. $4,370,000 Jury verdict for family of slain Rainer, Washington resident $4,370,000 Trial Counsel for family of slain Rainier, Washington resident in wrongful death action. Keith v. Skewis, Thurston County Superior Court Cause No. 06-2-01220-5. $3,044,014 Judgment for construction worker injured in fall at unsafe worksite. $3,044,014 Represented construction worker injured in fall resulting from unsafe work site. Later filed subsequent insurance bad faith lawsuit after an assignment of interests against insurance company. Rosales-Guzman v. Spruce Hills, LLC, Snohomish County Superior Court No. 11-2-04773-1; Rosales-Guzman v. Lloyd’s Syndicate 2112, King County Superior Court No. 12-2-28503-9; Lloyd’s Syndicate 2112 v. Lasher, 2:14-cv-00917-JCC (“After incurring substantial fees and costs to defend the lawsuit, Lloyds paid Guzman the sum of $3,000,000 to settle the lawsuit.”). $3,040,000 Settlement for young man seriously injured on public property. $3,040,000 Represented young man seriously injured from a fall on the Riverfront Renaissance Trail along the Columbia River in Vancouver, Washington. Barnard v. City of Vancouver, et al., Clark County Superior Court Cause No. 08-2-08484-5. $1,800,000 Settlement against former managers accused of mismanaging a significant rental complex. $1,800,000 Settlement as litigation counsel hired by a court-appointed receiver to represent an LLC against former managers accused of mismanaging a significant rental complex. The lawsuit alleged embezzlement, self-dealing, violations of the Washington Consumer Protection Act, negligence, and breaches of various contractual and fiduciary duties. The case settled through mediation one month before trial with affirmative dispositive motions pending. Johnson Invs. Co./Forest Park Estates, LLC v. Johnson, Case No. 17-2-08620-2 (Pierce Cnty. Sup. Ct. 2017). $1,600,000 Settlement in age discrimination suit against county. $1,600,000 Represented four former employees asserting that the chief deputy prosecutor showed favoritism to younger employees, subjected older employees to condescending, hostile and demeaning conduct, and made ageist comments. Case v. Clallam County, Jefferson County Superior Court Cause No. 09-2-00072-6. $1,567,323 Judgment in disability discrimination case against Wal-Mart. $1,567,323 Represented a former Walmart pharmacist in a multi-week jury trial. The employee had longstanding disabilities due to cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis and was not provided accommodations but instead terminated from employment. Jacobs v. Walmart Stores Inc, W.D. Wash. Cause No. 3:17-cv-05988-RJB. $1,357,776 Jury verdicts and judgments against mental health facility. $1,357,776 Represented a Registered Nurse who was retaliated against by Western State Hospital and denied access to public records. Boyd v. W. State Hosp., Pierce County Superior Court Cause No. 12 2 07223-5; Boyd v. W. State Hosp., 187 Wn. App. 5 (2015); Boyd v. W. State Hosp., Pierce County Superior Court Cause No. 14-2-05677-5; and Boyd v. W. State Hosp., Pierce County Superior Court Cause No. 14-2-08149-4. $1,106,094 Judgment following jury verdict in retaliation case. $1,106,094 Represented a former Western State Hospital employee in a four-week jury trial. The employee, a mandatory reporter, was demoted and then terminated after reporting expired meat he thought would be served to a vulnerable adult population. The suit sought damages against the State for retaliation. After the verdict, the Court entered an injunction to ensure the Hospital changes policies on retaliation. Quayle v. State of Washington, Pierce County Superior Court Case No.: 15-2-05962-4.