Rudy Englund is a seasoned trial lawyer representing clients in a range of business, employment and compliance dispute resolution matters. He has extensive experience serving as lead counsel in wage and hour class action litigation matters. READ MORE
In additional to wage and hour disputes, Rudy represents clients in commercial and complex litigation in federal and state courts and in class action litigation in matters involving:
He is described by clients in Chambers USA’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as “smart, extremely prepared and an effective examiner of witnesses.” In 2006, Rudy was inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Rudy has been active in the American Bar Association Section of Litigation for more than 30 years serving in multiple leadership capacities. In addition, he served a five-year term on the ABA Standing Committee on Federal Judiciary.
American College of Trial Lawyers
American Bar Association
International Association of Defense Counsel, Member
Federal Bar Association Western District of Washington
Lifetime Fellow, American Bar Foundation
“Seattle Lawyer of the Year,” Best Lawyers®, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Defendants (2018)
The Best Lawyers in America©, Commercial Litigation, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions — Defendants (2010-2021)
"Local Litigation Star," Benchmark Litigation, Class Actions (2008-2018); Employment Litigation (2008-2021); Securities (2008-2019)
“Labor & Employment Star – West,” Benchmark Litigation (2019-2021)
"Washington Super Lawyer," Thomson Reuters, Business Litigation (2003-2021)
Chambers® USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, Business, Litigation: General Commercial (2004-2016)
AV Preeminent® in Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™
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