Samuel T. Creason – Profile

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Member. Samuel T. Creason joined the firm after serving as a law clerk for the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He accepted this clerkship after graduating summa cum laude from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2009.

Mr. Creason is licensed to practice in Idaho and Washington, and is also a licensed Patent Attorney. He maintains a practice primarily focused on civil litigation and business advising, although his practice also includes patent, copyright and trademark protection and select felony defense. Mr. Creason’s civil litigation practice includes government liability, personal injury cases, creditor’s recovery, contract disputes, land and timber disputes, wills and trusts litigation, civil rights claims, and patent litigation. In addition to trial work, Mr. Creason routinely practices in front of the Idaho Supreme Court.

Mr. Creason received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho in Mechanical Engineering in 2006, graduating as a member of the Tau Beta Pi Honor Society. While attending law school at the University of Idaho, he participated as a member of the College of Law’s Mock Trial Team, and served as an associate member and then associate editor on the Idaho Law Review. During his tenure on the Idaho Law Review, Mr. Creason published an article discussing Idaho courts’ review process for local elected officials’ decisions, entitled Land Use and the Lost Promise of Cooper: What Happened to the “Judicial” in Quasi-Judicial Proceedings?, 44 Idaho L. Rev. 735 (2008).