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 [...]
Miller Hull Partnership, a client of Carney Badley Spellman, received a 2018 national Award for Architecture from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for its Mercer Island Fire Station 92 [...]