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Riverside Law Group is equipped to represent your interests in a wide array of civil litigation matters. These areas include general civil litigation, class actions, business and commercial litigation, trust and estate litigation, appeals, mediation and arbitrations, employment discrimination and retaliation, USERRA matters, landlord-tenant law, media law, land use issues, and First Amendment rights.  



Together, Riverside's team offers its clients over 60 years of success litigating cases to settlement, to trial, and on appeal, as the case may be. Contact Riverside if you are seeking a skilled, experienced team of litigators to represent you in a civil lawsuit, including, for instance, a real property dispute, an employment dispute, or a business, contract, or commercial dispute.



Whether you need to pursue or defend against an appeal, Riverside is equipped with the oral advocacy and brief-writing skills necessary to excel in discretionary and direct appeals before state and federal appellate courts.



Riverside is equipped to handle your alternative dispute resolution needs, including, but not limited to, serving as a neutral mediator for your dispute with another; seeking a settlement for you through mediation; or prosecuting or defending your interests in a JAMS, AAA, or other arbitration. 



USERRA is an acronym for the federal Uniformed Services Employment and Re-Employment Act. Riverside's team of attorneys, which includes a decorated U.S. Marine combat veteran and elite Army Ranger veteran, is among the most respected and accomplished in the nation when it comes to litigating USERRA claims on behalf of servicemen and women.



Class actions provide a mechanism for a group of similarly situated individuals to come together and pursue claims that would otherwise not be prosecuted due to economic considerations. Litigating class actions requires a thorough understanding of the complex procedural rules surrounding class certification, as well as the robust body of law governing the class settlement negotiation process. 



Riverside prosecutes and defends   employment claims on behalf of both employees and employers. These matters include claims of hostile work environment, retaliation, discrimination, and, among other things, violations of federal and state laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), and the Washington Law Against Discrimination (WLAD).



Landlord-tenant laws are ever-changing and highly technical. Riverside attorneys have successfully litigating residential and commercial evictions and ejectment actions on behalf of both tenants and landlords.

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