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Renea Saade Named Partner at Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker, LLP

SEATTLE, Washington, Jan. 02, 2012 – Attorney Renea Saade has been elected to partner at Seattle-based Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker, LLP, a law firm with practice areas in construction, government contracts, business law and commercial litigation.

As an employment law attorney, Saade routinely assists employers with various employment law matters, including drafting, revising, and enforcing their employee manuals, non-compete/non-solicitation agreements, and employment contracts.

“We are pleased to have elected Renea as a partner in our firm in recognition of the unique strengths and experience she brings to our clients,” said Bob Burke, one of the firm’s managing partners.

Saade represents employers in agency audits and investigations, including, but not limited to, those performed by the EEOC, state human rights commissions, U.S. Department of Labor, state labor & industries offices. She provides workplace investigations and trainings. In addition to her representation of employers, she also represents businesses in various contract disputes and is a court and EEOC approved arbitrator.

She is a member of Washington Women Lawyers and Alaska Women Lawyers and a board member for the YWCA Alaska.

Saade earned her law degree in 1999 from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, and her undergraduate degree in 1996 from the University of Washington in Seattle.

Since the 1930s, the focus of Oles Morrison’s practice has been on construction, government contracts and public procurement. The firm represents both national and international clients on projects in the United States and abroad. With offices in Seattle and Anchorage, attorneys provide timely and cost-effective solutions to the most complex problems.

Oles Morrison, with the assistance of a seasoned team of in-house consultants and paralegals, provides advice on issues arising from requests for proposals and invitations to bid, through protests, requests for equitable adjustments, disputes and terminations.

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