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Attorney represents client months after her demise

Fred Triem tells Court his client told him parameters by which to settle case


September 7, 2017

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Fred Triem

Local attorney Fred Triem appeared before Superior Court Judge William Carey on August 22, to argue that his client Helen Lingley had given him verbal permission to reach a settlement with her former employer Alaska Airlines to resolve a wrongful termination claim Triem filed on her behalf five years ago in 2012.

Lingley was terminated from her customer service position with Alaska Airlines in Juneau for removing a customer's lost ear buds from the baggage lock-up area of the terminal, for personal use. Lingley claims she only borrowed the buds and returned them later.

Lingley died on June...

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