Marvin K. Smith is a native of Idaho Falls and concentrates his practice in the areas of medical malpractice, hospital law, collections, personal injury, employment law, and wrongful death. Mr. Smith has significant experience defending hospitals and physicians through the pre-litigation and litigation stages of a medical malpractice action.
Mr. Smith has litigation experience in both federal and state court as well as representing clients before the Idaho Human Rights Commission and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Mr. Smith has written several appellate briefs to both the Idaho Supreme Court and U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and has appeared multiple times before the Idaho Supreme Court where he has argued successfully for his clients.
Mr. Smith also maintains an active collection practice. Prior to joining Hawley Troxell Mr. Smith was a founding partner of the Idaho Falls law firm Smith & Banks, PLLC.
LAW SCHOOL: University of Idaho, J.D., 2004
Board of Editors, Idaho Law Review
UNDERGRADUATE: Boise State University, B.A., English Literature, cum laude, 2001
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