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Judith E. Bendich

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The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: "Permatemp" payouts near, attorney says
seattletimes.nwsource.com, 12 Aug 2005 [cached]
"We don't anticipate there will be any difficulty with it now," said attorney Judith Bendich at Bendich, Stobaugh and Strong in Seattle.
That means checks could be sent in mid- to late October to the people who worked on long-term assignments for the company but were denied the benefits paid to regular employees.They first sued in 1992 in a case that eventually led to Microsoft changing its policies and limiting the duration of temporary-worker jobs.
A final agreement with the IRS was received on Aug. 3, signed by the lawyers and returned to be finalized by the IRS within two or three weeks, Bendich said.
HeraldNet: Microsoft temps wait for settlement money
www.heraldnet.com, 4 May 2004 [cached]
Judith Bendich, a lawyer with Bendich, Stobaugh & Strong, which represents the former temporary workers, said it hopes to see the checks mailed this year, although she cautions that it's tough to predict how long it may take to resolve the various issues.
The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: Former Microsoft temps may get checks in fall
seattletimes.nwsource.com, 2 Aug 2005 [cached]
"We're expecting to finalize this relatively soon," said Judith Bendich, a Seattle attorney for the plaintiffs.
Microsoft paid $97 million in 2001 to compensate 9,000 long-term temporary employees who were improperly denied benefits that full-time employees received.But the payout has been delayed by court reviews and the process of sorting out the distribution.
One remaining hurdle is an IRS ruling on taxation of the payouts.The ruling was thought to be final last month but the IRS still is working on it, Bendich said yesterday.
Denali Alaskan Federal Credit Union
www.denalifcuportal.org, 9 Sept 2004 [cached]
"We don't anticipate there will be any difficulty with it now," said attorney Judith Bendich at Bendich, Stobaugh and Strong in Seattle.
That means checks could be sent in mid- to late October to the people who worked on long-term assignments for the company but were denied the benefits paid to regular employees.They first sued in 1992 in a case that eventually led to Microsoft changing its policies and limiting the duration of temporary-worker jobs.
A final agreement with the IRS was received on Aug. 3, signed by the lawyers and returned to be finalized by the IRS within two or three weeks, Bendich said.
State Ex Rel Mary Gallwey v. Daniel K. Grimm, et al.
www.nacua.org, 21 Sept 1999 [cached]
Judith E. Bendich
Bendich Stobaugh & Strong
Ste 3800
900 4th Ave
Seattle, WA 98164
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