Effective on March 25, 2020 and continuing into May, non-essential businesses are closed in Washington State. See Governor Inslee’s proclamation. The proclamation allows workers to work from home and allows owners of single-owner businesses to work from their offices. Consequently, Brandli Law continues to work on cases involving family law, real property, wills and estates, Read the full article . . .
We at Brandli Law feel a sense of duty to our clients and to the community as a whole to act responsibly in response to the outbreak of COVID-19, also known as the Novel Coronavirus. We are implementing the following policies. These policies are designed to prevent Brandli Law from being a source of virus Read the full article . . .
Victory! Yesterday, the Washington Supreme Court handed down its opinion in State v. Hardtke, a case that Brandli Law argued. Mr. Hardtke was charged almost $4000 to wear a special alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet that the court required him to wear. He wore this bracelet at a time when he was awaiting trial, and so not Read the full article . . .
I will be arguing before the Washington Supreme Court this Thursday, May 7, starting sometime between 2:30 and 3:30 PM. You can watch on-line on TVW. Click the “Watch Now” button. Edit (5/13/2015): You can view the oral argument here.