Grant T. Burgoyne
Attorney and Managing Partner
August 9, 1953
J.D., University of Kansas (1988)
B.A., University of Idaho (1975)
Practice Areas: Litigation; Employment (including discrimination, sexual harassment, other harassment, hostile environment, race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability, reasonable accommodation, the use of genetic information, privacy issues, family and medical leave, federal and other public employment, private sector employment, breach of employment contract, non-competition, trade secrets and other confidential information, compensation, salary, wages, overtime, benefits, unemployment insurance, whistleblower and wrongful termination); Business; Construction; Insurance; Medical; Personal Injury and Professional Practice.
Idaho State Bar (Employment and Labor Law Section, 1996-present and Chair 1997-1998)
American Bar Association (1988-present)
Federal Bar Association (2008-present)
Association of Trial Lawyers of America (1996-present)
Idaho Trial Lawyers Association (1996-present)
Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry (1996-2006)
Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley (Board of Directors 1998-2000)
Idaho State Council for Human Resource Management (Legislative Affairs Representative, 2001)
Idaho House of Representatives (2008-present)
Idaho State Courts (1988)
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York (pro hac vice)
Mr. Burgoyne is an experienced and well respected attorney representing a wide variety of individuals and businesses throughout Idaho.He has been awarded Martindale-Hubbell’s coveted and prestigious "AV" peer rating, signifying preeminent levels of professional achievement and ethical standards.His clients have included Albertsons, Inc., Aggregate Construction, Inc., American Staffing, Inc., Clarendon National Insurance Company, Eljer, Inc. (Selkirk Metalbestos), Hewlett-Packard Co., Intelligent Employment Solutions, Pacific Steel and Recycling, Rangen, Inc. and Towercom Technologies, LLC.
Mr. Burgoyne has served as a labor arbitrator, hearing officer, Adjunct Professor of Human Resources Law at Boise State University (2002-2007), and as a member of the Idaho House of Representatives (2008-present).He frequently lectures on legal issues and is the author or co-author of numerous publications and scholarly articles, including the Idaho Employment Policies Handbook (1998; rev. ed. 2001).