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November 1, 2016

Association of Corporate Counsel and Hawley Troxell Present: 2016 Idaho Mini MBA

Event Description

7:30 – 8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Registration

8:00 – 8:15 a.m. Welcome

8:15 – 9:30 a.m. Session I: Financial Accounting for Attorneys – During this session, we will review the major financial statements that business entities prepare and explain what those financial statements can and cannot reveal about the financial status of such entities. This session will enhance your ability to read, interpret and analyze financial statements for making investment, credit, acquisition and other evaluation decisions for your company.

9:30 – 9:45 a.m. Break

10:00 – 10:45 a.m. Session II: Learning the Lingo – During this session, we will review major finance and accounting terms that in-house counsel may encounter. This session will enhance your ability to understand and communicate finance and accounting terms with your business clients.

10:30 – 10:45 a.m. Break

10:45 – 11:45 a.m. Session III: Corporate Finance & Valuation – During the session, we will have an introduction of how the key principles of project analysis, budgeting, and valuation decide a company’s optimal capital structure.

$25 Registration Fee
(all fees go to ACC)

Register Here


October 20, 2016

City Center Plaza Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening

Join us to celebrate the opening of one of Idaho’s largest public – private partnerships, City Center Plaza in downtown Boise. Included is the new Clearwater Building, Boise Centre East (convention center expansion), Boise State University Computer Science Department and Main Street Station.


Speeches and ceremony followed by free refreshments for first hour from nearby vendors, live music (local bands) and pre-game tailgate atmosphere. Family friendly event.



Tommy Ahlquist, COO, Gardner Co.

Hon. Governor Butch Otter

Mayor David H. Bieter

District Chairman, Jim Walker

Federal Transit Authority representative

President Bob Kustra, Boise State University

US Bank representative

Valley Regional Transit representative

October 17, 2016

Boise Startup Week

Boise Startup Week is a five day celebration of our community. Join us in a new type of conference that builds momentum and opportunity around entrepreneurship, led by entrepreneurs and hosted in the entrepreneurial spaces you love. Boise Startup Week is a reflection of our hard work and our community’s unique entrepreneurial identity.

Follow this link for a schedule of the week’s events


October 12, 2016

Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce 133rd Annual Gala

October 8, 2016

Idaho Hospital Association 83rd Annual Convention


October 5, 2016

College of Western Idaho Foundation Annual Dinner

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October 4, 2016

Colliers Outlook Conference 2016

Join us for the 13th Annual Commercial Real Estate Outlook Conference. Gain insight into the local real estate market and examine upcoming trends with industry experts. Horizons, A forward look at commercial real estate. Tuesday, October 4th 2016 3:30-6:00PM Boise Centre

October 2, 2016

Women’s and Children’s Alliance SueB 5k

The seventh Annual SueB 5K Walk/Run and 1/2 Mile Kids’ Run will be held October 2, 2016 at 1:00 P.M.

We are once again thrilled to be partnering with the Employee Association of the Ada County Paramedics for this great event to honor SueB, to raise funds to support survivor services at the WCA and to raise awareness of the daily occurrence of domestic and sexual abuse in our community.

We will have Dutch Bros, Boise Fry Company, and Ben & Jerry’s for your post-run indulgence. We can’t wait to see you this Fall!

Registration opens May 26, 2016 REGISTER NOW!


About SueB
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September 30, 2016

2016 Idaho Employment Law Conference SHRM

Employees with Disabilities: A Panel Review of Challenging Scenarios

This session will be offered by a panel of diverse experts including representatives from the EEOC and IHRC along with employee and employerbased attorneys, who will offer advice and their unique perspectives on some of your most challenging scenarios when dealing with employees who have physical and mental disabilities. The panel will address a series of hypotheticals including:

• Challenges to whether an employee is disabled
• Common mistakes employers make and how to avoid them
• Mental disabilities and the balance of safety in the workplace
• Leave of absence practices
• Job performance and workplace misconduct scenarios
• Workers’ compensation claims and return to work policies including “100 percent healed” standards
• Best practices for supporting employees with disabilities

John Stanley, Seattle EEOC’s Supervisory Trial Attorney; Linda Goodman, Administrator for the Idaho Commission on Human Rights; John Ashby, Hawley Troxell; Erika Birch, Strindberg & Scholnick, LLC Panel Moderated by Kara Heikkila, Of Counsel, Hawley Troxell

September 26, 2016

Lex Mundi Americas Regional Marketing and Business Development Conference