“The Short End: Abandoning the Leasehold,” Alex N. Semanko, Moffatt Thomas
It is a fear for many landlords when they decide to go into the rental property business: what happens if someone rents your property and then decides they want to break their lease early? This is where things can get tricky. Before you do anything at all, you need to know your rights as they pertain to the law.
“GOING GREEN – MARIJUANA AND THE WORKPLACE,” Benjamin C. Ritchie
In the highly contested election of November 2016, legalizing marijuana was one of the only issues that many Americans were able to agree on. California, Nevada, Arizona, and Massachusetts all had ballot measures legalizing recreational marijuana in certain amounts. Only the measure in Arizona failed to pass.
American Lawyers Alliance Recognizes Blackfoot Idaho Teacher, Holly Kartchner as “Teacher of the Year”
On August 5, 2016, while the American Bar Association annual meeting was being held in San Francisco, an ABA related organization, the American Lawyers Alliance (ALA) recognized Blackfoot, Idaho high school teacher, Holly Kartchner, as its national high school Teacher of the Year.
“Reflections on Volunteer Service,” by Larry C. Hunter, Moffatt Thomas
The power of many rather than the power of one is most often the way in which we can change the world.
New Federal Trade Secret Law Affects Idaho Employers, Gerald T. Husch and Andrea J. Rosholt
Employers are revising their agreements with employees as a result of the recently enacted federal Defend Trade Secrets Act, or DTSA, of 2016. Those revisions will affect agreements, such as confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, that restrict an employee’s use or disclosure of their employer’s or another’s confidential information or trade secrets.