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Author Archives: Jeanne Huff

Jeanne Huff is the special sections editor at IBR, editor of Women of the Year, Accomplished Under 40, CEOs of Influence, Money Makers, Leaders in Law, Corporate Guide to Event Planning as well as editor of custom publications including Welcome to Boise, Dining Decisions, Idaho Heartland Living and Travelog.

Allison Parker, Associate, Hawley Troxell Ennis & Hawley in Boise

Allison Parker is an associate at Hawley Troxell, but her road to becoming a lawyer is paved with housekeeping, skiing and real estate. She was living in the Teton Valley, making money as a housekeeper, and skiing whenever she got ...

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Silence is golden

I went to the Neil Young concert on Oct. 3 at Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Garden. It had been a while since I’d attended a rock concert, although I have been to scores of them, and have seen ...

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Law leaders voted in for 2016

The votes have been tallied and leaders can now be named. For the fourth year, Idaho Business Review is recognizing Leaders in Law, nominated and decided by their peers. Dozens took part in the process, both in the number of ...

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Idaho’s Top Projects for 2016: The finalists are …

Construction is continuing its boom in Idaho. Cranes are now nearly ubiquitous. Idaho Business Review recognizes and annually celebrates top construction projects across the state. This marks the 11th year and the 12th time for IBR‘s Top Projects program. In order to be a ...

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Nick Taylor, associate, Stoel Rives LLP in Boise

Nick Taylor, 36,  grew up roaming all over Oregon. “My dad works for Oregon State Parks,” he says. When Taylor was in the eighth grade and living in Newport, his dad got a promotion and had his pick between Tillamook ...

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David Stanish, senior counsel, Idaho Power in Boise

After David Stanish graduated from the University of Albany with a bachelor’s degree in biology, he and his wife – whom he’d met in Australia while studying abroad the summer before graduation (“it was a summer fling that turned into ...

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