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My company had some VERY bad business practices that ran it straight into the ground. One of the owners had a house that was featured in the Times or P-I, and featured a wood floor made from imported rainforest wood. Yes, you read that right, he cut down part of a rainforest for his floor.
And, they were a printing company that said they were environmentally friendly, or "Green." We LOL'd.
so what is the news
these folks need a GOOD attorney, call Michael Johnson
There really aren't that many companies around to manage very large buildings, which kind of sucks, because "the market" isn't weeding out the bad folks.
For other workers and other sub contractors I wish you guys the best and try to get jobs from somebody else or straight from the home owner!
Contractors (both Specialty/General) are 9 times out of 10 usually people whom have no business being in business. They lack the proper foundation to run a business as an autonomous entity. They cannot manage finances, employees, taxes, L&I, suppliers or jobs effectively, ultimately leaving real people to bear the burden of there mistakes. Makes me sick! YOU MAKE AN ENTIRE INDUSTRY LOOK LIKE S**T, BECAUSE YOU'RE P.O.S. Shame on you!
JB - You seem very hostile towards people that did work for you, I do understand, but they are in the same position as you. Unfortunately, unless you have very, very deep pockets you'll probably lose a protracted legal affair. Ultimately you may even be on the hook for the attorney fee's. Its funny as you cite an RCW as your cornerstone . . . have you found any case law supporting your position? I have case law showing your RCW is meaningless. I also have seen judgements showing the same. On a brighter side case law does exist to support your position. Email me, I seriously can help. firstname.lastname@example.org