Please correspond directly with me on this matter and refrain from directly copying anyone at the Edmonds School District going forward. I will pass along any communications you have to them. I will be discussing your response with my client and will advise of next steps. Please advise if you are represented by an attorney in connection with this matter, so that I can correspond directly with him or her. I will assume you are not represented by an attorney in this matter until you or your attorney specifically advises me. Thank you.
Grace Han Stanton
Perkins Coie LLP
1201 Third Avenue, Suite 4000
Seattle, WA 98101
ph: (206) 359-6483
fax: (206) 359-7483
Monday, July 02, 2007
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I'm guessing this is another $500. Anybody wonder why Perkins Coie bills also are "missing" from district documentation (both on-line and in paper form)?
Spending public money to flog the innocent. In this case, it looks like the flogging is with a wet noodle and Mr. Zandberg is beyond the noodle's length.
Thank you for sharing.
Here is a link (on the district server) to a teacher who has his own personal webpage. Did the district demand he "turn over his domain name"?
Everything on edmonds.wednet.edu belongs to the District. I am just wondering if the District will attempt to take all of the other domains I registered while working for them. Do they own everything I do, say and buy while in their employ? Their paychecks come with strings attached?
Why do I have to provide them with my receipts? I am not a public agency. Assuming I did provide receipts, they would then argue that I paid too much? What about a reasonable profit margin?
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