Seattle, Washington- Ogden Murphy Wallace PLLC is pleased to announce the election of four new Members to its Seattle office: Andrew Fuller, Maddie Haller, Emily Romanenko and Andrew Tsoming, effective January 1, 2024. The election of these members represents the foundation of OMW’s dedication to delivering outstanding legal service with a client-centric focus for over 120 years in the Pacific Northwest. 

 "OMW is thrilled that Andrew, Maddie, Emily, and Andrew have joined the firm as members. Throughout their time here, each has demonstrated exceptional value to OMW, both as team members and in the service they provide to our clients. We look forward to their continued growth and success in their individual practices and careers, as well as their ongoing contributions to the success of OMW as a whole. They are each excellent attorneys, and we are fortunate to have them on our team," says Jessica Jensen, OMW's Managing Member. 

Andrew Tsoming, a Member in the firm’s Municipal practice group, assists municipal clients with a full range of legal issues, including advice on land use, public records, and police-related issues. As a former trial attorney, Andrew is a skilled communicator, who provides plain, practical advice to his clients while helping them navigate complex legal issues. Andrew currently serves as the City Attorney of Milton and Town Attorney of South Prairie.

Maddie Haller, a Member of the firm’s Healthcare practice group works with hospitals, community health centers, and other clients across the industry on corporate and transactional matters of all types. Maddie also regularly advises clients on regulatory issues and emerging trends relevant to healthcare organizations and digital healthcare companies. Her areas of focus include health information privacy and technology, FQHC compliance, community partnerships and affiliations, Washington charity care law, and Washington certificate of need law.

Andrew Fuller, a Member in the firm’s Environmental, Tribal Government, and Litigation practice groups. Andrew’s practice is focused on environmental and natural resource matters, including multi-party Superfund sites and development and implementation of Tribal Environmental Programs. Andrew leverages years of experience working within federal agencies in his representation of municipal, tribal, and private clients who are facing complex land use and environmental matters.

Emily Romanenko, a Member in the firm’s Municipal practice group assists municipalities in all areas of the law including land use, public works projects, telecommunications, and open public meetings and public records act compliance. Emily strategically collaborates with staff, elected officials, consultants, and residents to create practical and straightforward legal solutions for her clients. Emily currently serves as the Yarrow Point Town Attorney, the Poulsbo City Attorney, and the Assistant City Attorney for Tukwila and Sammamish.

Ogden Murphy Wallace, a multi-specialty regional law firm, has held a prominent position in the Pacific Northwest for over 120 years. With more than 65 attorneys operating in Seattle, Wenatchee, and Bellevue, the firm ranks among the top 10 regional law firms headquartered and operating in the Pacific Northwest market, serving businesses, municipalities, and individuals.

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