Spokane Journal of Business

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North Side orthopedic practice sues Providence Health

A Spokane orthopedic practice has brought a lawsuit against Providence Health & Services, Providence Holy Family Hospital, and Providence Medical Group, alleging unlawful and predatory practices. Lukins & Annis PS, the Spokane law firm representing Ortho...

Lee & Hayes acquires Atlanta patent-law firm

Lee & Hayes PLLC, a Spokane-based intellectual property law firm, announced today that it has acquir...

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Environmental law pioneer moves toward sunset of career

At the age of 86, longtime Coeur d’Alene attorney Scott Reed finally decided earlier this year to ...

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Business and divorce in Washington state

Most couples don’t enter into a marriage or a business anticipating that either may be torn apar...

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Founded in Spokane, veterans estate planning clinic expands

The Washington Veterans Will Clinic, happening in October, has grown to include more cities around t...

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Kutak Rock LLP looks to expand quickly in Spokane

Having joined large national law firm Kutak Rock LLP and begun the process of winding down their 9-year-old practice, veteran Spokane bond attorneys Roy Koegen and Mary Edwards have their sights set on building a large branch with a broader range of legal...

Veteran Spokane bond attorneys join national firm

The two veteran bond attorneys and two paralegals who comprised the Spokane law firm of Koegen Edwards LLP have joined with Kutak Rock LLP, giving that big national firm its first presence in Washington state and the legal team here much deeper expertise ...

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Gifting can help with estate taxes

With historically high exemptions, fewer people are paying federal estate and gift taxes now than decades ago, but more Washington state residents should be aware of their potential state estate tax liabilities, some accountants here say. Washington has ...

Illegal tobacco sales high in state for second year

The number of retailers in Washington illegally selling tobacco to minors is high for the second year in a row. An annual report that tracks illegal sales shows about 15 percent of tobacco retailers sold tobacco to minors in 2013, which is about the same ...

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Coeur d’Alene elder law firm works to assist retirees in protecting assets

Issues faced by seniors and those preparing for retirement are more complicated than they were 30 years ago, says Michael Wytychak, who founded Wytychak Elder Law PLLC in Coeur d’Alene in 1984. Seniors need to prepare for the rising cost of living and h...