David E. Breskin
David Breskin provides counseling and litigation services on employment-related matters under federal and state laws, including employment and compensation agreements, wage and hour, labor relations, discrimination and wrongful termination issues. Litigates in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies in employment related and consumer protection act cases. Frequently represents plaintiffs in class action litigation.
Daniel F. Johnson
Daniel Johnson represents employees, consumers, and businesses in employment, consumer protection and civil rights cases. He has litigated many federal and state employment discrimination cases, wage and hour disputes, and contract and tort cases, as well as sexual assault, wrongful death, and public accommodations cases. He has helped recover millions of dollars for his plaintiff clients and helped win quick and economical resolution for his defense clients.
Roger M. Townsend
Roger Townsend has been a respected complex litigation attorney in Seattle since 1995. Mr. Townsend has represented individuals and businesses in partnership, breach of contract, intellectual property, privacy rights, professional malpractice, shareholder, employment, non-compete, trade secret and related matters. Mr. Townsend’s litigation frequently involves emerging technology issues and has recently been at the forefront of major litigation arising out of the bitcoin space.
Brendan W. Donckers
Brendan Donckers litigates civil cases and appeals in state and federal courts. He represents individuals, nonprofit organizations, and small businesses in a range of matters, including consumer protection, employment, land use, environmental, public records, real property, tort cases, and class actions. Brendan has argued appeals before the Washington Supreme Court and the Washington State Court of Appeals, and was second-chair in a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case.
Erin M. Pettigrew
Erin M. Pettigrew is a civil litigator with a focus on representing employees in workplace disputes. Erin has represented employees in matters ranging from race-based discrimination, wage and hour violations, unlawful non-compete agreements, family medical leave issues, unemployment appeals, and violations of federal farm worker protection laws. Erin speaks Spanish and has worked with immigrant and non-English speaking communities for over ten years. Erin is licensed to practice law in the State and Federal Courts of Oregon and plans to sit for the Washington bar in July 2014.