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Teague Donahey Appointed to American Red Cross of Greater Idaho's Board of Directors

Holland & Hart attorney Teague Donahey has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross of Greater Idaho. The Greater Idaho Chapter of the American Red Cross serves more than 1.4 million people and covers nearly 88,000 square miles in 39 Idaho counties, as well as Malheur county in Oregon and Asotin and Garfield counties in Washington. As a member of board, Donahey will assist with strategic planning and fundraising initiatives for chapters within the Idaho Region.

The Greater Idaho Chapter reaches approximately 30,000 youth and adults with safety and preparedness training annually. They assist over 550 military families with emergency communications, welfare inquires and other services each year. The Chapter also brings together over 420 local volunteers who give an average of 28,000 service hours of time and expertise every year.

Donahey has over 20 years of major law firm experience litigating and trying high-stakes intellectual property matters and other complex business disputes for some of the world’s most significant technology companies. His practice spans federal and state courts, as well as administrative bodies such as the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). He is also active in providing pro bono representation to military veterans, working with the National Veterans Legal Services Program and Swords to Plowshares to provide legal counseling in connection with proceedings before the Veterans Benefits Administration, the Board of Veterans Appeals, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.


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