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A Legislative Deep Dive: 2019 Labor, Housing, and Privacy Bills

Thursday, June 6, 2019
12 - 1 PM
Cost: $35
Credits Available: 1.0 CLE - see below



Registration closes Wednesday, June 5 at 12 pm. This webinar will be recorded, and all preregistered attendees will receive a link to view the recording. Read about scholarship opportunities.

Webinar Overview

The 2019 Washington State Legislative Session has ended: Do you want to know what is coming down the pike that is bound to impact your city, county, or special purpose district? What’s really included in those publicly reported efforts to encourage affordable housing or to address the implementation of new leave laws? How will legislation addressing consumer privacy impact your jurisdiction? 

Educational Objectives

For this webinar MRSC will host presenters from Lane Powell who will take a deep dive into bills passed during the Regular Session that will affect labor and employment, land use, housing, and data security /privacy. It will not cover bills related to the Public Records Act, which will be covered in the Legislative Update: Public Records Act Bills of 2019 webinar. This webinar is also not a comprehensive survey of all the bills passed this session.

Who Should Attend?

Attorneys/legal staff of local governments, as well as private attorneys with local government clients, elected officials, and any local government staff member interested in legislative updates.


  • Katheryn Bradley, Attorney, Lane Powell: Katheryn is a management-side lawyer who has devoted her career to resolving workplace disputes faced by private and public employers. She has successfully litigated and resolved claims for wrongful discharge, discrimination, and violations of leave and wage and hour laws in individual and class action lawsuits in trial and appellate courts throughout the Pacific Northwest.
  • Emily Maass, Attorney, Lane Powell: Emily is a corporate attorney and advisor on privacy and data security policy development, domestic and international regulatory compliance, and data breach prevention and response protocols. She represents businesses and nonprofit organizations at every stage of the business lifecycle including business formation, contract negotiations, real estate and land use matters, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate reorganization
  • Sarah Doar, Legal Consultant, MRSC: Before joining MRSC, Sarah served as a Civil Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Island County. At Island County, Sarah advised on many aspects of government business, including compliance with public record and opening meeting laws. She also defended the county in Growth Management Act and Land Use litigation. Sarah practiced land use, environmental, and appellate law in Florida for over eight years before coming to Washington State. 


Refund policy: Refunds of the webinar fee will be provided minus a $5.00 administrative fee if registration is canceled by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, June 5. If you are registered for the webinar and unable to attend, you will still be able to view the recorded webinar afterwards. However, if you cancel your registration, you will not receive a link to the recording.