Monthly Archives: July 2016

Future of the WSBA: A Voluntary Washington Bar Association

The future WSBA will become, will have to become, an entity which can no longer compel Washington Lawyers to be members and pay dues.  It will become voluntary.  One of its activities will be the continuation the WSBA’s Continuing Education Function. … Continue reading

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Case VI – WSBA v. Eugster, an update

Much has happened regarding Case VI.  The WSBA has filed charges against Eugster; this is the “Formal Complaint.” Eugster has responded with his Answer, Affirmative Defenses, and Counter and Third-Party Claims together with an appendix which includes the Counter and … Continue reading

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Case V, Eugster v. Littlewood (WAED), dismissed

District Court Judge Thomas Rice dismissed Eugster’s case based on res judicata.  The judge said that Case IV which is the state court case regarding claims that the WSBA Discipline System violates constitutional rights was dismissed with prejudice and the … Continue reading

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