Tim Hopkins has been engaged as an advocate in some of Idaho's most prominent public... more
Tim Hopkins has been engaged as an advocate in some of Idaho's most prominent public law cases involving issues such as separation of powers, legislative redistricting, professional responsibility and land use, and has had a wide ranging civil litigation practice for both individuals and corporations.
Billie has litigation and dispute resolution experience in many industries,... more
Billie has litigation and dispute resolution experience in many industries, including agriculture, healthcare, automotive, direct sales, software, analytics, real estate, construction, manufacturing, advertising, education, hospitality, purchasing, elections and government. She handles a variety of litigation matters, including competition claims, noncompete agreements, trade secrets disputes,... view profile
Ryan P. Henson is a partner at Gulstrom, Henson and Roark, PC. Mr. Henson received... more
Ryan P. Henson is a partner at Gulstrom, Henson and Roark, PC. Mr. Henson received his Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Idaho in 1996 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of North Dakota in May of 2002. Mr. Henson is a former Canyon County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. Prior to his employment with Canyon County he was employed by the criminal defense firm of Larivee... view profile
Mr. Creason maintains a practice primarily focused on civil litigation and business... more
Mr. Creason maintains a practice primarily focused on civil litigation and business advising, although his practice also includes patent, copyright and trademark protection and select felony defense. Mr. Creason’s civil litigation practice includes wrongful death actions, personal injury recovery, civil rights actions, government liability, creditor’s recovery, contract disputes, land and timb... view profile
As a professional mediator I truly enjoy seeing people resolve their disputes on... more
As a professional mediator I truly enjoy seeing people resolve their disputes on their own terms. As a trial attorney, I am always willing to present my client's case in court when the alternatives have been considered.
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