- Online news outlet Alaska Landmine sues Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration over accessKTOODecember 23, 2020
- Political blogger sues Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy, seeking access to state news conferencesAnchorage Daily NewsDecember 18, 2020
- Conversation Continues on Manufactured Homes in John DayThe Blue Mountain EagleNovember 24, 2020
Schwabe's Ken Katzaroff shares insights on a housing amendement in John Day, OR and possible affects on manaufacured homes.
- Schwabe’s MaryAnn Ivie Named Paralegal of the YearNovember 6, 2020
Schwabe Senior Paralegal MaryAnn Ivie honored with National Federation of Paralegal Associations' (NFPA) Paralegal of the Year award.
- Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt Garners New Best Law Firms National RankingsNovember 5, 2020
Schwabe has been honored by U.S. News—Best Law Firms, increasing its top national rankings by adding three National Tier 3 rankings.
- Anne Talcott Elected as Secretary-Treasurer of National Defense Attorney OrganizationNovember 4, 2020
Attorney Anne Talcott has been elected Secretary-Treasurer of the Defense Research Institute (DRI), the largest international organization of defense trial lawyers and corporate counsel.
- Attorney Christopher Slottee Honored with the Attorney General’s Award for Pro Bono ServiceState of Alaska Department of LawOctober 27, 2020
Attorney Chris Slottee receives Alaska Attorney General’s Award for Pro Bono Service.
- Schwabe Client OneALASKA Campaign Unanimously ProtectedOctober 23, 2020
Schwabe Shareholder Matt Singer represents an Alaskan business coalition.
- Opinion: Privacy Challenges Ahead for Telehealth AdoptersPuget Sound Business JournalOctober 9, 2020
Kelly Hagan explores how telehealth has come of age during the pandemic, aided in part by the relaxation of privacy and security requirements under HIPAA.
- Recover Seattle Top Takeaways: Future of WorkOctober 8, 2020
- Amanda Gamblin Elected to Schwabe's Board of DirectorsOctober 5, 2020
Schwabe's Board is now comprised of 80% female leadership.
- Will the Affordable Care Act survive the new Supreme Court?Portland Business JournalSeptember 30, 2020
Scott Eads explores whether the Affordable Care Act will survive the new Supreme Court, given that SCOTUS is scheduled to hear a crucial ACA case just a week after the presidential election.