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Rebecca Elise Ary

206-524-3696
Rebecca Elise Ary
Law Office of Rebecca E. Ary
1037 NE 65th St. Box 161
Seattle, WA 98115
www.arylaw.com
Phone: 206-524-3696

About Rebecca Elise Ary

Rebecca offers experienced, knowledgeable, tenacious legal representation tailored to meet your individual situation and goals.  Practicing employment law exclusively, she has successfully represented employees and small employers.  Rebecca handles cases involving discrimination, retaliation, disability accommodation, FMLA leave, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, unpaid wages, and wro... read more »

Biography

Rebecca offers experienced, knowledgeable, tenacious legal representation tailored to meet your individual situation and goals.  Practicing employment law exclusively, she has successfully represented employees and small employers.  Rebecca handles cases involving discrimination, retaliation, disability accommodation, FMLA leave, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, unpaid wages, and wrongful discharge in violation of public policy.

Free brief phone or email consultation to determine whether Rebecca can help. 

Contingent fee available in many cases.

Learn more at: www.arylaw.com

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Contact Information

Rebecca Elise Ary -
Law Office of Rebecca E. Ary
1037 NE 65th St. Box 161
Seattle, WA 98115
www.arylaw.com
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 206-524-3696

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Employment LawP825.00%
DiscriminationS825.00%
Wrongful TerminationS825.00%
Sexual HarassmentS825.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Washington Member in Good Standing 2006

Work Experience

Position Duration
Law Office of Rebecca E. Ary 2006 – present

Education

School Major Degree Year Graduated
University of Washington School of Law JD 2006
University of California, San Diego Philosophy BA 2000

Associations

Position Organization Duration
member National Employment Lawyers Association 20162017
member Washington State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section 2014
member American Society of Legal Advocates 2007 – present
member King County Bar Association 2006 – present
member King County Bar Association Small and Solo Practice Section 2006 – present
member Washington State Association for Justice 20062009
member Washington State Bar Association 2006 – present

Awards and Recognitions

Recognition Granting Organization Year
Rising Star Super Lawyers 2018
Rising Star Super Lawyers 2017
Rising Star Super Lawyers 2010

Speaking Engagements

Presentation Title Conference Year
Use of Co-Counsel to Expand Your Reach The Modern Solo/Small Practice Lawyer: Be Nimble, Be Quick 2012

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Unemployment Benefits for Voluntary Quit

Posted on Friday, February 4th, 2011

One of the reasons the Employment Security Department (ESD) denies unemployment benefits is because the employee voluntarily quit without good cause.  As a general rule, unemployment benefits are... [read more]

Maternity Leave

Posted on Thursday, September 30th, 2010

You just found out your employee is pregnant.  Many employers hear this news with some measure of dread as they contemplate requests for months of maternity leave.  Some of that dread i... [read more]

Unpaid Wages, Part 3

Posted on Thursday, September 9th, 2010

In Parts 1 and 2, I discussed some of the consequences for not paying wages and strongly advised employers to pay their employees in full and on time whenever at all possible.  The trouble is, so... [read more]

Unpaid Wages, Part 2

Posted on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

In Part 1, I warned that financial inability to pay an employee's wages is insufficient to avoid a finding of willfulness and double damages.  But what is sufficient?  Washington courts have... [read more]

Unpaid Wages, Part 1

Posted on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

In the current economy, many employers are finding it difficult to make payroll. In many cases, employers are forced to lay off employees, often before the employer can catch up on overdue wage paymen... [read more]

Employee or Independent Contractor?

Posted on Thursday, May 20th, 2010

I was just reading Josh Waxman's post over at Washington Labor & Employment Wire about the Department of Labor's plans to reduce misclassification of employees as independent contra... [read more]