Some of Our Jeff (Moshe) Admon's publicity featured by the media


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Seattle's King 5 news and Kiro 7 news featured Jeff Admon for his representation of a group of plaintiffs against the Monte Cristo ballroom wedding venue in Everett, WA. the Monte Cristo ballroom shut down and refused to return the wedding deposits of dozens of couples, leaving them without a venue for their weddings.
King5 News | 10.29.2019
KIRO 7 News | 10.29.2019

News Feature

Jeff was instrumental in securing patented oil skimming equipment from the Dutch Coast Guard to help clean the largest marine oil spill in history caused by the Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico. Jeff was featured in both local and national news for his efforts in helping the cleanup. The Deepwater Horizon catastrophe and BP’s slow response angered Jeff to such an extent that it triggered him to go to law school and become a trial lawyer, where he can stand up and fight for individuals, families, and communities against massive corporate greed.
abc News | 10.29.2019

Fox News National
The Washington Times
The Intercept_

Jeff Admon was featured in multiple national news outlets for his representation of Tara Reade against the New York Times for defamation and privacy violations.

Northshore News

Jeff Admon has been featured in a case representing Woodinville Varsity Volleyball Head Coach, Andrea Roelen, defending her against false accusations made by a small group of students and parents.

Reason Magazine

Jeff Admon was featured for successfully bringing an appeal in the defamation case of Smith v. Gen Con LLC, Peter Adkison, et al. Jeff's client, Zak Smith, is a recognized artist and successful tabletop game developer. Gen Con is the largest and longest-running tabletop gaming convention in North America. Peter Adkison is the co-owner of Gen Con, and the creator of the world-famous tabletop game Dungeons & Dragons. Gen Con and Adkison defamed Smith online.

Jeff Admon, on Smith's behalf, filed a lawsuit against Gen Con and Adkison for Defamation, Defamation Per Se, False Light, Consumer Protection Act, Outrage, and Interference with a Business Expectancy.

The assigned judge, Hon. Catherine Shaffer, dismissed Smith's complaint on Defendants' 12(b)(6) Motion, conflating her legal reasoning with support for the #metoo movement in her oral ruling. The Appellate Court Division 1 held that the judge's decision to grant Defendants' 12(b)(6) Motion was wrong, and permitted Smith's claims of Defamation, Defamation Per Se, False Light, and Interference with Business Expectancy to go forward, in addition to awarding attorney fees.