Elizabeth Van Moppes is co-featured in the “Words to the Wise”, a practical advice column for new attorneys, July 2018 Primerus Young Lawyers’ Newsletter. Learn more about what made Beth become an employment law lawyer, her philosophy on client care, and more!
Timothy E. Steen has been named to the Washington Super Lawyers list as one of the top business litigation attorneys in Washington for 2018. No more than 5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by Super Lawyers. This is Tim’s sixth consecutive year to be selected to the list as a Super Lawyer.
Business Law: Top Challenges is presented by the National Business Institute on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 in Seattle, Washington.
Elizabeth (Beth) Van Moppes will be presenting at the live seminar. Her presentation title will be “Employment Law Issues” and will encompass FLSA challenges, independents contractors, handbooks, and other legal issues that are faced when advising business clients.
Timothy E. Steen has been appointed to the board of Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center. Dawson Place is a nonprofit organization that exists because EVERY child who is the victim of physical abuse, sexual assault, neglect, drug endangerment, or witness to a violent crime deserves the professional care that they need to be safe, to seek justice, and to heal. The organization shows children that have been abused that they deserve to be happy and helps show them how. Located in Everett, Washington, Dawson Place has been referred to as one of the best Child Advocacy Centers in the...Read More
Beresford Booth lawyer David C. Tingstad was recently appointed by the Washington State Bar Association as Chairman of the Practice Primer Business Law Series.
The WSBA Practice Primer is a continuing legal education program that takes a substantive area of law and develops a series of learning tracks that build upon one another. Completion of each session in all three learning tracks provides attendees with a solid educational foundation and primer for practice. While the Practice Primer was developed for new members of the WSBA, the series will be of interest to those lawyers looking to...Read More
On Wednesday, March 21, 2018, the Washington State Bar Association’s Decoding The Law Series will center on #MeToo and how we now view sexual harassment in the workplace. Ms. Van Moppes will be a panel speaker at this event which will also be available via live webcast as well as recorded for viewing after the event. The public and members of the Bar are invited to attend and participate in this discussion. For more information, please see the WSBA website at https://www.wsba.org/News-and-Events/Decoding-the-Law.
Beresford Booth was a proud Silver Sponsor for the Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center's 5th Annual Fundraiser on November 9, 2017. Dawson Place is the primary provider of services for abused children in Snohomish County. Elizabeth Smart was the keynote speaker at the luncheon, attended by David C. Tingstad and Dimitra S. Scott, lawyers at Beresford Booth PLLC.
In March of this year (2017), Elizabeth Van Moppes became an accredited Investigator Certification Holder. She attended the Association of Workplace Investigators week-long Training Institute and then sat for, and passed, the half-day examination. This is an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited certificate under Certificate Accreditation Program (CAP). Obtaining a certificate means that the student has demonstrated success in achieving the stated learning outcomes of the training program. This particular program’s purpose and scope are to teach the core knowledge and skills necessary to successfully perform impartial workplace investigations.