Leather and Associates

On August 20, 2019 Lether & Associates celebrated our Firm’s anniversary. We started our day with an all office Foosball tournament and breakfast served by Sam Colito. We then headed to Interbay Golf where we had a fun day of playing golf. As expected, awards and prizes were plentiful. A great time was enjoyed by all.

Another Season in the Books: Lether Softball 2019:

Lether & Associates (and friends) recently wrapped up another season of softball here in Seattle. The slow start to summer did not get in the way of another fun and enjoyable season. This year’s team was made up of employees, as well as spouses, friends and significant others.

Sponsored by the firm, the team played games in a number of Seattle’s beautiful parks. Despite some uncooperative weather, the games were fun and competitive. As in years past, Lether & Associates made it to the playoffs but came just short of winning the title. The firm looks forward to next summer and another season of softball.

 

 

Memorial Day

To those in uniform serving and to those who have served in the past, we honor you today and every day.

Lether & Associates would like to wish everyone a fun and safe Memorial Day weekend.

As a reminder, the 75th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasion is June 6th.

Administrative Professionals’ Day

Yesterday our firm spoiled our amazing staff during Administrative Professionals Day. We celebrated the morning with lattes and breakfast treats, went out for lunch and enjoyed the beautiful day with a boat float on Lake Union. We then gave them the rest of the day to do more staff bonding!

Elizabeth, Lina and Adam are our wonderful Paralegals who assist all of our attorneys in their daily work.

Lindsay, our Office, Billing and HR Manager, is one of our longest employees. She keeps all of us in line.

Suzanne, Tom Lether’s Legal Assistant, helps him be the amazing lawyer his is.

Lyxi, who you talk to daily, is our front desk manager who watches over the entire office.

These members of our team are extremely vital in making sure our business runs smoothly. We appreciate each of them and all they do to help Lether & Associates succeed!

From,
The Lether & Associates Family

Spring and Geese

Spring has arrived here at Lether and Associates. Lately we have seen the signs of the new season. The sun is starting to show. The cherry blossoms are in bloom and Seattle is emerging from another winter.

For our firm, however, there is no better sign of Spring than the return of a pair of Canada geese, who, for another year are making use of our office to nest and nurture a set of eggs.

In what has now become a yearly tradition, the pair have made a temporary home in one of the planters located on our deck above Lake Union. From our offices we have watched the pair build their nest, lay their eggs, and stand guard. We are expecting another group of goslings to make an appearance in the next two to three weeks.  As in years past, we are looking forward to seeing them emerge and leave the nest.

Lether and Associates wishes you all a happy and bright Spring.  We hope you enjoy the sunshine that is to come.

Snowpocalypse

As most of you know, during the last two weeks in Seattle we all experienced an interesting and unusual winter storm. Despite the snowy and icy conditions, Lether & Associates made it through and remained open for business providing our clients with uninterrupted service during Snowpocalypse. In addition, we all had a little fun playing with kids, family, and pets and delighting in the snowy conditions.

We hope everyone had equally as great of fun in the snow. In the meantime, we all look forward to an early spring.

n interesting and unusual winter storm. Despite the snowy and icy conditions, Lether & Associates made it through and remained open for business providing our clients with uninterrupted service during Snowpocalypse. In addition, we all had a little fun playing with kids, family, and pets and delighting in the snowy conditions.

We hope everyone had equally as great of fun in the snow. In the meantime, we all look forward to an early spring.