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Three Holland & Hart Attorneys Named 2022 Leaders in Law by Idaho Business Review

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that Boise attorneys Kim Stanger, Chris McCurdy, and Tori Osler were honored as 2022 Leaders in Law by the Idaho Business Review. This annual recognition highlights professionals demonstrating outstanding performance in leadership, mentorship, community service, and other areas. In 2022, twenty-three lawyers from all over the state were selected as Leaders in Law based on their track record of success and helping to set a high bar for their firm and the state of Idaho. Honorees include associates, educators, in-house counsel, partners, sole practitioners, unsung heroes, up and coming individuals, and a lifetime achievement awardee. 

Partner Kim Stanger guides facilities and professionals through the many regulatory, transactional, and practical challenges facing the rapidly evolving healthcare industry. He has expertise on unique laws facing healthcare providers, including HIPAA, Stark, the Anti-Kickback Statute, civil monetary penalties law, EMTALA, Medicare/Medicaid regulations, and licensing requirements.

Associate Chris McCurdy assists clients in finding efficient, cost-effective, and practical litigation solutions to a wide range of commercial disputes. He has extensive courtroom experience that includes dozens of bench trials, numerous jury trials, and multiple state court appeals.

Associate Tori Osler provides clients advice and counseling in commercial real estate transactions with a focus on commercial real estate development, acquisitions and dispositions, due diligence and title review, real estate finance, and multifamily and affordable housing projects.

The 2022 Leaders in Law will be honored at an awards reception on Nov. 17 and profiled in a special publication included with the Idaho Business Review in November. A full list of this year’s Leaders in Law can be viewed online here.


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