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David Worley Joins Miller Nash’s Esteemed Employment Law & Labor Relations Team



Miller Nash LLP welcomes David Worley to the firm’s established employment law & labor relations team in its Seattle office. David, senior associate, represents employers of all sizes in labor disputes and in state and federal court against claims of wage and hour disputes, employment discrimination, harassment, and hostile work environment issues.

“David is an excellent addition to the firm’s employment law & labor relations team,” said Susan Stahlfeld, partner and Seattle team leader. “His arrival provides our clients with a dedicated team member who is well-versed in handling workplace challenges and is committed to effectively addressing clients’ legal issues.”

David frequently advises clients on day-to-day matters that arise, attempting to prevent problems before they become lawsuits. He reviews and drafts employment agreements, employee handbooks, collective bargaining agreement provisions, and all other manners of labor- and employment-related documents.

Prior to joining Miller Nash, David worked at a regional litigation firm, primarily focusing on defense of employers in court and administrative proceedings, as well as representation of management in labor disputes. During law school, he clerked for a union-side labor law firm, in addition to studying labor and employment law.

About David Worley
In addition to his employment counseling practice, David represents businesses in a variety of labor relations disputes, including collective bargaining, contract negotiation, grievance arbitration, and traditional labor matters. He represents businesses, public entities, and individuals in state and federal courts, including respective appellate courts, as well as before state and federal regulatory authorities, focusing on employment and labor issues. David received his bachelor’s degrees from University of Washington and Washington State University before earning his law degree at Seattle University School of Law.

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