The links provided in this section are great resources for discovering more about Technology Law or general legal resources in Washington.
LegalWA.org - Washington State Supreme and Appellate Court Decisions
Washington Courts - Washington State Court Rules
RCW - The Revised Code of Washington by Title
WAC - The Washington Administrative Code by Title
Legislative Search - Search Bills, RCW, WAC, and State Register for Washington
Findlaw - Supreme Court Opinions - Search United States Supreme Court Opinions.
United States Copyright Office - Provides application forms, informational circulars, and links to copyright law, records and regulations.
United States Patent and Trademark Office - Search patents and trademarks and file online, or just learn more about patents and trademarks.
King County Parcel Viewer - Research King County property records by address or interactive map.
Pierce County Property Information - Research Pierce County property records by address.
WSBA - The Washington State Bar Association
Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) - EFF is a nonprofit group of passionate people – lawyers, technologists, volunteers, and visionaries – working to protect your digital rights.
Advocate Resource Center - Washington Lawyers serving the public good.
WSPLA - Washington State Patent Lawyers Association.
Business Method PatentsA company that develops a new way of conducting e-commerce may be able to prevent others from using it for almost two decades. - Nolo
MGM v. GroksterEFF is defending StreamCast Networks, the company behind the Morpheus peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing software, in an important case heard before the Supreme Court of the United States on March 29, 2005. - Electronic Frontier Foundation
Making London Guards LaughAlso known as Beefeaters, these guards are famous for their stoic behavior in the course of their duty. If you're lucky enough, your antics may just get them to crack a smile, or even laugh. - smallChaos Adventures™
What is Chaos?The dictionary definition of chaos is turmoil, turbulence, primordial abyss, and undesired randomness, but scientists will tell you that chaos is something extremely sensitive to initial conditions. Chaos also refers to the question of whether or not it is possible to make good long-term predictions about how a system will act. A chaotic system can actually develop in a way that appears very smooth and ordered. - Mendelson and Blumenthal