Washington v. The Boeing Company

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Washington Western

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P.I.: Other


Kymberly K. Evanson



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  1. May 08, 2024

    Boeing Again Seeks Exit From Suit Over Love-Triangle Murder

    The Boeing Co. is again asking a Seattle federal judge to let it escape liability in a case involving a love triangle among employees that ended in murder, saying the newest iteration of the suit still doesn't adequately allege Boeing knew or should have known about the employee's potential for violence.

  2. March 25, 2024

    Boeing Called Out For 'Circular' Logic In Love-Triangle Murder

    A Washington federal judge suggested on Monday that it would be unfair to let Being avoid liability in the early stages of a case involving a love-triangle among workers that ended in murder, calling the argument against allowing litigation to move forward "circular."

  3. January 24, 2024

    Boeing Seeks Quick Exit From Suit Over Love-Triangle Murder

    Boeing urged a Washington federal judge Tuesday to toss a suit accusing the company of negligently failing to act after learning of a love-triangle drama between employees that ended in murder, saying it couldn't have foreseen that the killer intended to harm anyone other than himself.

  4. January 12, 2024

    Boeing Accused Of Negligence In Love-Triangle Murder

    Boeing's failure to act after learning that two of its employees were romantically involved with their supervisor resulted in one of the employees murdering his co-worker, according to a suit removed to Washington federal court Friday.