ALOANI E. GLOVER
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON d/b/a HARBORVIEW MEDICAL CENTER
Joel Cunningham/J. Andrew Hoyal, II/James Holman
John Graffe, Jr./Heath Fox/Mary Spillane/Daniel Ferm
Michael Madden/Carol Janes
SYNOPSIS: Youngs is suing PeaceHealth for injuries he sustained when he was a patient there; he argues that PeaceHealth's defense attorney should not be allowed to have private discussions with his doctors while preparing for the case.
Case No. 2 - 87231-7
INTERNATIONAL MARINE UNDERWRITERS
Dennis Moran/William Keller
David Balint/Martin Fox
SYNOPSIS: Whether a partner in a general partnership qualifies as a third party to an indemnification agreement between the partnership and another business bringing the personal injuries he suffered while on the job within the coverage provided by the partnership's comprehensive general liability insurance policy.
Case No. 3 - 87529-4
In re the Personal Restraint Petition of
NADDER BARON HAGHIGHI
SYNOPSIS: The trial court admitted evidence at Mr. Haghighi's trial under the inevitable discovery doctrine. After Mr. Haghighi's judgment was final, this court rejected the use of the inevitable discovery doctrine in another case. This court must decide whether that case applies retroactively to Mr. Haghighi's judgment.
Case No. 4 - 87267-8
KEMPER FREEMAN, et al
STATE OF WASHINGTON, et al.
Philip Talmadge/Sidney Tribe/George Kargianis
Bryce Brown, Jr.
Matthew Segal/Paul Lawrence/Jessica Skelton
SYNOPSIS: Does the State's lease of a portion of I-90 to Sound Transit violate article II, section 40 of the Washington Constitution and RCW 47.12.120?
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