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Gabriel Hamilton

PHONE (208) 388-4852    FAX (208) 954-5222   EMAIL

Gabriel Hamilton advises emerging to mid-size companies regarding corporate, transactional, and regulatory matters, with an emphasis on companies in regulated industries such as financial institutions, insurance companies, and health care providers.


University of Texas School of Law, J.D., 2008

High honors and Order of the Coif

University of Massachusetts Amherst, B.A. magna cum laude, 1998

Commonwealth Scholar

Significant Representation

Blue Cross of Idaho: Corporate governance, strategic counsel, structuring of strategic initiatives, executive employment, health care reform, insurance regulatory matters, mergers and acquisitions, policyholder relations.

Your Health Idaho (Idaho Health Insurance Exchange): Board governance, Affordable Care Act compliance, general business operations, and vendor contracting.

Unity Corporation (Eagle, Idaho): common and preferred stock equity financing, investor relations, strategic counsel, customer contracting, corporate governance, executive employment and separations, intellectual property licensing, deal structuring, general business operations.

Main Office: 877 W Main Street, Ste 1000, Boise, Idaho 83702   208.344.6000
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