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Certificate of Parental Improvement (CPI)

If you have an older founded finding of child abuse or neglect in the state of Washington, getting this certificate can give you a chance to work. #2960EN

Damages and Contingency Fees: Hiring a Lawyer in Personal Injury and Workplace Discrimination Cases

If you have been injured by someone or discriminated against in the workplace, you may want the person or employer at fault to pay for the costs associated with the incident, such as medical bills or lost wages. If so, consider hiring a lawyer. #9942EN

Employment Discrimination

Federal, state, and local laws require employers to engage in fair employment practices. When employees feel they are experiencing discrimination or harassment in the workplace, they often are unsure about what their rights are. This memo is intended to be a road map to job discrimination laws. It outlines the laws that prohibit employment discrimination, what legal remedies exist, and where to go if you feel you have experienced job discrimination.

Get Misdemeanor Convictions off Your Criminal Record

Read about Washington state's new law called the New Hope Act. It took effect July 28, 2019. This law makes it easier to vacate criminal convictions. You can now vacate more types of misdemeanor convictions. #8705EN

Representing Yourself in the EEOC Process: A Guide for Pro Se Claimants

This Guide is for people who want to file a complaint (or, a “Charge of Discrimination”) with the EEOC against their employer without help from an attorney.

Certificate of Parental Improvement (CPI)

If you have an older founded finding of child abuse or neglect in the state of Washington, getting this certificate can give you a chance to work. #2960EN

Get Misdemeanor Convictions off Your Criminal Record

Read about Washington state's new law called the New Hope Act. It took effect July 28, 2019. This law makes it easier to vacate criminal convictions. You can now vacate more types of misdemeanor convictions. #8705EN

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