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Bob Faucher Appointed as New Lawyer Representative by Federal Court

Congratulations to Holland & Hart’s commercial and bankruptcy litigation attorney Bob Faucher for being appointed as a Lawyer Representative by the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts, District of Idaho. Faucher was selected from among a pool of highly qualified applicants from Idaho’s 4th Judicial District and will serve a three-year term beginning January 1, 2018. He replaces outgoing Lawyer Representative Lori Nakaoka, the former representative for the 3rd and 5th Judicial Districts and joins current Lawyer Representatives Nicole Hancock (4th District), and April Linscott (1st and 2nd Districts).

As a lawyer representative, Faucher will assist the Federal Court to improve the administration of justice, work on the themes of the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, and will generally serve as a liaison between the federal bar and the U.S. Courts.

Faucher is a partner and litigator in the firm’s Boise office and represents parties in commercial and bankruptcy litigation, both in federal and state courts, as well as in out-of-court restructurings. He has represented clients in lawsuits involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, lender liability, and corporate governance. He also has experience in commercial transactions involving loans, collateral, sales of goods, licenses and other similar matters. Faucher received his undergraduate degree from Yale University and his law degree from Harvard Law School. 

For more information, please see the United States Courts for the District of Idaho’s press release


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