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Monday, August 26, 2013

Employers, don't wait!  Wage claim demands are serious business.   If you do not pay wages when due, you could be faced with having to pay three-times the ammount due plus your employee's attorney fees and costs.  If you get an employee's wage claim, do not wait.  Hire counsel immediately to assist you with evaluating the claim. 

Employees, if your employer is not paying wages due to you, don't wait.  If your employer is not paying you what they promise - whether the correct wage, salary, or overtime - don't wait in making a wage claim.  Idaho's statute of limitations on a wage claim is incredibly short - you only have six months from the accrual of your claim for wages to make the wage claim.  An employer's promise to pay can extend the statute of limitations.  Best course of action, however, is not to delay in pursuing your wage claim - even if your employer is promising that they will pay.  


Posted by eswartz at 8/27/2013 3:32:00 AM
Monday, June 3, 2013

Summary: In Glaccum v. Mizer et al, Blaine County Case No. CV2012-853, the Court granted the Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment challenging Defendant’s Affirmative Defense that Idaho Code 6-1012, Idaho Medical Malpractice statute, applied to a Licensed Pharmacist refilling a prescription.  The Court dismissed Defendant’s Affirmative Defense finding that a Licensed Pharmacist is not a “provider of health care” under Idaho Code 6-1012.   



Posted by eswartz at 6/3/2013 10:54:00 PM
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