- Case VI WSBA v. Eugster – Discipline Action
- Case VII Eugster v. WSBA Public Records
- Case VIII Eugster v. WSBA and Justices of Supreme Court
- Case XVII Impact of Janus v. AFSCME on Supreme Court – WSBA (GR 12.2)
- Case XVIII Spokane Law Review
- Case XXII Personal Injury Action, Eugster v. WSBA et al.
- Case XXII, Eugster v. Paula Littlewood, WSBA Executive Director and others.
- Case XXIII Eugster v. Court of Appeals III, and Fearing et al
- Case XXIV Eugster v. Hon. RMS Rule 60(d)(3) Fraud on Court
- Cases and Projects
- Constitutionality of the Washington State Bar Association of the Washington Supreme Court
- XXI Eugster v. Fearing et al.
- News Letters
- WSBA Materials
- Case 3 US Supreme Court, Petition for a Writ of Certiorari
- Case IV Due Process, State Case
- Case V Due Process, WAED
- Case 7 WSBA Records
- Case VI Discipline Bar v. Eugster
- Case 7-B Petition for Mandamus – Right of Member to Member Email Addresses
- Case 9 Robt. Caruso and Sandra Ferguson v. WSBA et al.
- Case VIII WSBA 2017 WAWD
- Case IX Caruso v. WSBA
- Case X (non-suit)
- Case 11 Petition for Writs of Mandamus against Justices of Supreme Court
- Case XII WSBA v. Caruso
- Case XIII Eugster v. WSBA and Justices of Supreme Court
- Case XIV
- Case XV
Daily Archives: February 1, 2017
The extent to which the Supreme Court thinks it has authority over the Washington State Bar Association is not unrelated to the power the Supreme Court is attempting to exercise over entire state of Washington. See Eugster Law Office.