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Litigants, beware: Losers may be on hook for winner’s attorney fees

Litigation, expensive as it is, can be doubly so if you lose your case and the judge orders you to pay the other side’s attorneys for their trouble, on top of your own. In Idaho, “loser pays” has been uncommon for almost 40 years, except where a statutory exception shifts fees and costs to the prevailing party. Now, without action by the Legislature, this will change.

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Catch up on Idaho business news: January 2017

Quick highlights of Idaho’s top business news from mid-December to mid-January, told in 14 briefs and three photos. Top stories include the cold and snows that has pummeled Treasure Valley businesses, the boon that nearby ski areas enjoyed, and the upcoming closing of Macy’s store in Nampa.

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How a forensic investigator lost — and found — his laptop

Dylan Evans, who helps Boise private investigator Neal Custer write his monthly Protect Your Assets column for the Idaho Statesman, returned to his table at a Nampa coffee shop and discovered that his laptop bag was missing. Here is how got it back.
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How a forensic investigator lost — and found — his laptop 1:03

How a forensic investigator lost — and found — his laptop

Got a domain name? How to check its status, and how to spot scams like this one 2:53

Got a domain name? How to check its status, and how to spot scams like this one

John Berryhill on bacon 0:47

John Berryhill on bacon

Business Insider columnist Mark Daly on workers' readiness for retirement 2:07

Business Insider columnist Mark Daly on workers' readiness for retirement