DWT was proud to collaborate with our colleagues at another nationally recognized law firm in preparing an amicus brief on behalf of 18 Washington state businesses and business associations—including DWT clients Amazon, Expedia, Kaiser Permanente, Microsoft, RealNetworks, and Starbucks—in an important LGBTQ rights case before the Washington Supreme Court. The court found in favor of a same-sex couple who sued a florist for violating the Washington Law Against Discrimination (WLAD) because the florist refused to provide flowers for their wedding due to her religious beliefs. The DWT team of Jennifer K. Chung, Ken Payson, and Bruce E.H. Johnson took the lead in drafting the brief, which supported the right of people to be free from discrimination based on others' religious beliefs and discussed the importance of diversity and inclusion to Washington businesses, their employees, and the state economy.