Monthly Archives: January 2017
Moffatt Thomas Sponsors Idaho Learning Lab’s 2017 Lunch for Literacy
Moffatt Thomas is proud to be a sponsor of the Idaho Learning Lab’s 2017 Lunch for Literacy fundraising event. This year’s event will be held on February 3, 2017, at the Boise Centre. The event includes a silent auction of books signed by the guest author and gift baskets with experiences built around the book. This year’s keynote speaker is Steven Rowley, author of the national bestselling book Lily and the Octopus.
Moffatt Thomas Attorney Jamie K. Moon Presents to the International Law Section of the Idaho State Bar, “Recognizing Foreign Judgments in Idaho”
Moffatt Thomas attorneys Jamie K. Moon and Jerry T. Stenquist present “Recognizing Foreign Judgments in Idaho” at the International Law Section Business Meeting of the Idaho State Bar. The meeting will be held on February 3, 2017, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at the Idaho State Bar Law Center, located at 525 W. Jefferson Street in Boise, Idaho.
Moffatt Thomas Welcomes Attorney Peter E. Thomas
Moffatt Thomas is pleased to announce that attorney Peter E. Thomas has joined the firm. Working from the Moffatt Thomas offices in Boise Idaho, Peter Thomas will focus his practice in the areas of commercial litigation; government, regulatory and administrative affairs; real estate and land use; estate planning; tax law; and workers’ compensation.
Moffatt Thomas sponsors Boise Centennial Rotary Club’s 7th Annual “Winter Wine’d Up” fundraiser benefitting Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Center
Moffatt Thomas is proud to sponsor Boise Centennial Rotary Club 7th annual “Winter Wine’d Up” fundraiser benefitting Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Center. The event will be held on February 24, 2017, at The Arid Club in Boise.
“New administration could mean end of WOTUS rule,” Norman M. Semanko in CapitalPress, 2016
Norman M. Semanko, Moffatt Thomas Water/Natural Resources and Environmental Law Practice Group leader and former Executive Director of the Idaho Water Users Association, addressed the Treasure Valley Irrigation Conference, stating that the Trump administration could boost agricultural water users by tossing out the newly rewritten Waters of the U.S. Rule.