Digital technology has changed how appellate briefs are consumed. Digital reading has become more and more similar to paper reading; it now allows users to highlight, annotate, and bookmark . . .
Earlier last week, the Washington Supreme Court issued a splintered decision, In re Fero, interpreting RAP 13.5(a)’s timeliness requirements for filing a motion for discretionary review of a [...]
Kindred Nursing Centers Limited Partnership v. Clark reaffirmed the Court’s protective stance toward arbitration agreements
Arbitration provides a way to resolve complex disputes expeditiously, giving parties the freedom to structure their dispute resolution on mutually acceptable terms that are precisely tailored to [...]
The Verbatim Report of Proceedings: Unlocking the Mysteries Behind this Complicated Term and the Record on Review
The topic today is “verbatim report of proceedings,” or often referred to by appellate lawyers as the “VRPs.” What are they? What purpose do they serve on appeal? This blog post intends to [...]