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Chelsea Dwyer Petersen is a partner who focuses her practice on employment counseling and litigation with a focus on complex class action cases. Ms. Petersen's areas of experience include proactive defense of discrimination and wage and hour class action cases for clients such as Les Schwab, The Boeing Company, and OfficeMax. She has substantial experience in all phases of class cases including early strategic assessment, defeat of class certification, supervision of large scale electronic document review, oversight of expert witnesses and taking a case to trial.
Amy Kunkel-Patterson is an associate with the firm's Labor & Employment practice. During her last year of law school, Amy litigated eviction defense cases in a legal clinic where she represented low-income tenants.
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