Thanks go to a fellow ex-Hellerite who has headed up this effort and has included the SS Thelen as well!

13 Responses to “Forum”

  1. 1 Hellerclerk 14 November 2008 at 10:59 pm

    No forum action?

    i miss everyone.

    The firm I got hired by is ok,
    but the culture is not the same.

    Seattle isn’t the same without Heller.

  2. 2 Former Associate 25 November 2008 at 5:04 pm

    Has Heller filed its answer in the class action case pending in ND Cal? If so, anyone have a copy to post? Those of us who remain unemployed don’t have Pacer access to get it. Thanks.

  3. 3 Former Hellerite 12 December 2008 at 6:34 pm

    Looking for an old friend named Jameson Lam. Paralegal – great guy. Lost touch and now, without Heller switchboard, cannot contact. Any info?

  4. 4 Another Former Hellerite 30 December 2008 at 8:02 pm

    If you know how to contact Jo Anne Childress, she might know. She kept a list of former staff and their addresses. He might be on it.

  5. 5 Former Hellerite 7 January 2009 at 4:07 pm

    Jameson’s email is

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    Rather valuable piece
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    The CIGNA regional offices building in Denison, Texas provides a new operations center, call center and administrative facility for this nationally recognized insurance provider. CIGNA’s Denison, Texas operations were previously housed in two separate buildings that offered no room for growth and were not considered “employee-friendly” facilities. The new building consolidates the business into one facility and provides a corporate headquarters-quality work environment for employees, with room to grow for the future.

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