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ABOUT Mark D. Stubbs

Mark D. Stubbs has been practicing law for more than 35 years in the states of Utah, Idaho and Arizona. He seeks the most effective and economical solutions to business, employment and other legal matters confronting his clients, who hail from all around the state of Utah. Mark is also a former Idaho state representative and continues to participate in Idaho matters.

Civil litigation, employment law, business law and personal injury
Mark currently focuses his practice on civil litigation, employment law, mediation and arbitration, business planning and organization, contracts and negotiations, and personal injury, including serious injuries and wrongful deaths resulting from automobile accidents.


The Idaho Citizens Guide, 1999, reprinted 2012, Ridenbaugh Press, co-authored with Randy Stapilus, and Dr. James Weatherby, Boise State University; a citizen's handbook to involvement in state and local government

Community involvement

Political Party Precinct Chairman 2012–2014
State Vice Chairman, political party, Idaho 1998–2002
Chair, Twin Falls City (Idaho) Centennial Commission, 2000
Past Chair, Twin Falls (Idaho) Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors
Past Board Member, Southern Idaho Medical Information Network (SIMIN), a local organization formed to create a community hospital information network (CHIN) for patient medical records
Past Board Member, two political action committees (PACs) determining support and financial contributions to state and local political candidates
Elected Representative, Idaho House of Representatives, 1990 – 1998, serving on Committees: Revenue-Tax, Judiciary-Rules Vice-Chair, Environmental Vice Chair, Resource-Conservation and Business, Co-Chair of Joint Legislative Committees on Technology, APA, Chair of DEQ Rules Committee, and member of special committee on Managed Care.
Idaho State Representative 1990 to 1998.

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Areas of LAW

  • Business
  • Employment
  • Intellectual Property
  • Litigation

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