Tyler J. Anderson to Present “The Trend Toward Proportionality in Discovery” at the 2017 Idaho State Bar Annual Meeting
Moffatt Thomas attorney Tyler J. Anderson will lead a panel discussion on “The Trend Toward Proportionality in Discovery” at the 2017 Idaho State Bar Annual Meeting on July 13, 2017. This CLE is co-sponsored by the Idaho State Bar sections on Employment & Labor Law and Litigation.
Moffatt Thomas Sponsors Capital City Kiwanis “Drive for Show – Putt for Kids” Benefit Golf Scramble
Moffatt Thomas was a proud sponsor of the 23rd annual “Drive for Show – Putt for Kids” Golf Scramble hosted by Capital City Kiwanis. The event featured a golf tournament supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Idaho and Capital City Kiwanis foundation.
Julian E. Gabiola Presents “Nuts and Bolts of Medical Malpractice Actions” to the Idaho Optometric Physicians
Moffatt Thomas attorney Julian E. Gabiola presented “Nuts and Bolts of Medical Malpractice Actions” at Hollingshead Eye Center in Boise, Idaho. Attendees of the event included 40 medical professionals, the majority of which were members of Idaho Optometric Physicians.
Moffatt Thomas Sponsors “Breakfast with the Governor” Hosted by Pocatello-Chubbuck Chamber of Commerce
Moffatt Thomas was a proud sponsor of the annual “Breakfast with the Governor” hosted by the Pocatello-Chubbuck Chamber of Commerce. The event was held on June 8, 2017, at the Pond Student Union Ballroom at Idaho State University. Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter spoke at the event, his discussion focusing primarily on the proposal to convert the Eastern Idaho Technical College into a community college.
Jamie K. Moon Presents “I-9 and W-4 Fraud: Employer’s Best Practices” to the Mountain States Payroll Professionals
Moffatt Thomas attorney Jamie K. Moon presented “I‑9 and W‑4 Fraud: Employer’s Best Practices” to the Mountain States Payroll Professionals at Scentsy Headquarters on June 8, 2017. The presentation covered a comprehensive look into employer responsibilities related to invalid W4’s and I‑9’s, and necessary measures employers must take to prevent being penalized for fraudulent and prudent practices related to W‑4 and I‑9 tax forms.