April 15, 2021
Virtual “TWIN” Awards Celebration by Women’s and Children’s Alliance
The annual Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN):
– Honors women who have excelled in their fields and made significant contributions to industry in executive, managerial and professional roles
– Salutes corporations whose policies and practices encourage high achievement by women and provides equal advancement opportunities for women of diverse backgrounds
– Provides an opportunity for women to network
Details on the Women’s and Children’s website at: https://www.wcaboise.org/news-and-events/tribute-to-women-and-industry/
April 6, 2021
Between property taxes, a surplus, COVID, and a new Legislature, this year’s session was unlike any other. Our panel will discuss the business ramifications of the session.
Virtual event. Register: https://idahobusinessreview.com/breakfast-series/
March 30, 2021
The income tax aspects for nonprofits can be challenging. John McGown, an experienced tax attorney, will present a brief overview then try to answer your questions.
When: March 30, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm MT / 1:00 pm PT
Where: Online Webinar and Q&A
For more information and to register, please visit the Idaho Nonprofit Center website.
March 9, 2021
This month Hawley Troxell is raising money and food donations for Million Meals in March. The proceeds and donations will benefit the Idaho Foodbank and support Idahoans living with food insecurity.
You can help in two different ways. First of all, Hawley Troxell is collecting monetary donations for the Idaho Foodbank online at https://millionmealsidaho.org/hawley-troxell/. You can also donate non-perishable food at the collection barrel in the first-floor lobby at 877 W. Main Street in downtown Boise. The collection barrel is just inside the main doors by the Wells Fargo bank entrance.
The most needed items are currently:
Fruits canned in juice or extra light syrup
100% fruit and/or vegetable juices
Tomato products & pasta sauces
Canned or dried beans & peas
Canned meats & fish (low sodium)
Canned meals (soup, stew, chili)
Peanut or other nut butters
Whole grain pasta
Regular or instant brown rice
Whole grain cereals with low sugar
Non-fat or low-fat milk **Must be boxed, canned, or dehydrated so they are shelf-stable.**
Milk alternatives (rice, soy, almond) **Must be boxed, canned, or dehydrated so they are shelf-stable.**
Whole wheat or all-purpose flour
Dried herbs & spices
December 9, 2020
Legal Issues for Idaho Healthcare Providers – Employee vaccination policies, COVID leave, and the Idaho Patient Act
Please join Hawley Troxell employment and healthcare attorneys for this complimentary webinar focusing on legal issues faced by healthcare employers. This live webinar will address the following issues:
Vaccine Preparations: It appears that COVID-19 vaccines will be approved soon and that they will be made available to healthcare workers shortly after approval. Those developments create several legal questions, including whether healthcare employers can (or should) require their employees to be vaccinated. We will answer those questions and explain options for implementing appropriate and legally compliant vaccination policies.
COVID-19 Employee Leave: Department of Labor regulations initially provided that all employees of healthcare facilities were exempt from the paid leave provisions in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. As a result of lawsuits challenging that exemption, the Department of Labor has now revised its regulations to provide that, although clinical employees are still exempt, many non-clinical employees may be entitled to paid leave for reasons related to COVID-19. We will explain the new regulations and provide practical guidance and strategies for addressing healthcare employee requests for leave for reasons related to COVID-19.
Idaho Patient Act: Effective January 1, 2021, Idaho law will require health care providers to follow certain steps before resorting to legal action to collect amounts owed from patients. These steps include new deadlines for billing the patient’s insurance provider, requirements to send detailed notices to patients about the bills they will receive from treatment received at practices and facilities, and timelines before a practice or facility can charge interest or resort to legal action. This webinar will discuss those steps, as well as best practices for maintaining the ability to collect unpaid amounts from patients.
About the presenters:
John Ashby is the chair of Hawley Troxell’s employment law practice group. His practice is dedicated to representing employers on employment law issues and defending them against employee legal claims. John has particular expertise in advising and defending employers in the healthcare industry and advising all employers on COVID-19 protocols
Tom Mortell leads Hawley Troxell’s health law practice group. His practice focuses on advising hospitals on all aspects of health care law, including regulatory compliance (HIPAA, Stark, Anti-kickback statute, and EMTALA), business transactions and contracts, physician integration, compliance, board governance and repayment/recoupment issues.
If you are unable to attend this webinar but would still like to receive the recording, please register and you will receive the recording and material via email the day after the webinar.
December 4, 2020
MADELINE MILLER grew up in New York City and Philadelphia. She attended Brown University, where she earned her BA and MA in Classics. The Song of Achilles, her first novel, was awarded the 2012 Orange Prize for Fiction and was a New York Times Bestseller. Her second novel, Circe, was an instant New York Times bestseller and won the 2018 ElleBig Book Award. She currently lives outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Learn more about Madeline here.
November 19, 2020
For more information >> https://idahobusinessreview.com/events/leaders-in-law/
Congratulations to Brad Miller, Tom Mortell, Austin Strobel, and Jetta Mathews!
November 10, 2020
Join Zions Bank Business Resource Center and Hawley Troxell on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. for If Only I Had Known: A Legal Seminar for Small Businesses. The seminar will be via Zoom.
Experienced attorneys with different areas of expertise will be sharing their tips and perspectives to help established small business owners or aspiring entrepreneurs learn best practices to avoid common pitfalls. Topics include Limited Liability Companies, “Brick & Mortar” Issues, and Intellectual Property Protection.
The seminar schedule is as follows:
11:00 A.M. Introductions
11:10 A.M. Steve Frinsko on Limited Liability Companies
11:40 A.M. Justin Cranney on “Brick and Mortar” Issues
12:10 P.M. Brad Frazer on Intellectual Property Protection
12:45 P.M. Q&A
November 4, 2020
Join Boise Valley’s top business leaders for our annual dive into Boise Metro’s economy- what’s working and what is not, to grow business. Hear from prominent decision makers on trends, struggles, and future directions.
This year we welcome the mayors of Boise, Meridian, Caldwell, and Garden City, as we discuss shared visions, challenges, and expectations.
Event, Boise Centre West: 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Reception: 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Entertainment sponsor: Fidelity National Title Company (Idaho)