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Proposed Washington Privacy Act Dead or in Mortal Danger

The much-discussed Washington Privacy Act, Senate Bill 5376 (“SB 5376”), appears to have died after failing to receive a House vote by an April 17, 2019 deadline for action on non-budget policy bills. Though the bill could be revived before … Continue reading

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What Is The Washington Division Of Child Support?

This post has been updated. So you went through a divorce and custody hearing. It was long, it was tough, but you got primary guardianship. And the court awarded you regular child support. These payments are designed to provide for … Continue reading

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CFP: WIP Panel: European Law and Comparative Law – Washington, D.C.

The AALS Section on European Law invites submissions for a works-in-progress panel at the January 2-5, 2020 Annual Meeting to be held in Washington, DC. Papers may concern any matter related to European Law and Comparative Law. Papers must be … Continue reading

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Spring in Washington: Retirement talk

In this week’s episode of SCOTUStalk, Amy Howe of Howe on the Court talks with Professor Stephen Wermiel of American University Washington College of Law about Supreme Court retirements, both in the possible future and from the recent past. The … Continue reading

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Disability Finding Not Grounds For Modification of Washington Spousal Maintenance

Following a Washington final divorce decree, a maintenance award, also known as spousal support, may only be modified if there has been a substantial change in circumstances since the decree.  The change has to be something that was not within … Continue reading

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