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Sawtooth Law Offices, PLLC.

Sawtooth Law Offices, PLLC

Sawtooth Law Offices is dedicated to providing excellent service to the legal and policy needs of Idaho citizens, businesses, water users and recreationists. With offices in Boise, Challis and Twin Falls, our team of legal professionals serve the diverse needs of clients throughout Southern and Central Idaho. Sawtooth Law is strategically located to provide superior service to producers and organizations related to Idaho’s key resources – agriculture, natural resources, recreation, and water. Our attorneys are licensed to practice law in state and federal courts in Idaho and Washington, and before the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Moreover, our attorneys have unique experience in handling legislation at the Idaho statehouse and water rights matters in the Snake River Basin Adjudication and before the Idaho Department of Water Resources. Sawtooth Law utilizes a friendly, team approach to pursue your legal needs in a cost effective, efficient manner.

Although Sawtooth Law has a general practice capable of handling nearly any legal or policy problem, our attorneys particularly practice in the following areas: Agricultural Law, Water Law, Dairy Law, Environmental Law, Employer Based Immigration Services (H-2A Visa), Employer Based Compliance with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (Form I-9 & Form I-9 Audits), Governmental Affairs and Legislation, Natural Resources and Public Lands (Grazing Permits), Real Property Transactions, Alcohol Beverage Licensing, Bankruptcy and Finance, Business Formation and Governance, Business Transactions, Civil Litigation and Appeals, Estate Planning and Elder Law.

Our attorneys, through personal and professional experience, are intimately familiar with the operational, familial and legal concerns and aspects of agricultural operations.  Our attorneys include David Claiborne, Bryce Farris, Evan Roth, Dan Steenson and Andy Waldera.

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