Based in Boise & American Samoa, Serving the American West & Pacific Rim
Mooney Wieland is a premier business law firm offering legal advice and litigation services to companies, professionals, governmental bodies, and others seeking outside counsel in Idaho and the U.S. Territory of American Samoa. Mooney Wieland’s dynamic attorneys have experience in corporate law, commercial litigation, creditors’ rights, intellectual property law, employment law, beverage industry law, and much more.
Advice & Litigation
Guard against risk and uncertainty with our corporate and transactional lawyers. From entity formation to complex contract negotiation and regulatory compliance, we provide sound legal advice for any stage of your venture.
Resolve legal disputes efficiently with our tenacious commercial litigators. From demand letter to trial and appeal, we have a track record of effective liability defense, successful settlement negotiation, and favorable judgments.
Our Boise litigation attorneys are here to take on your legal challenges so you can focus on what you do best.
Mooney Wieland is a boutique law firm with the resources to take on opponents of any size. One way we do that is by working closely with our partners in the legal technology industry to leverage AI, algorithmic research, and deep-learning analytics to work efficiently and gain the upper hand.
Mooney Wieland is proud to represent a diverse group of local, U.S., and international clients. In American Samoa, we assist many of the territory’s major businesses and public authorities, as well as off-island enterprises based in the U.S., Fiji, Guam, Australia, and New Zealand. Our Boise litigation attorneys represent a growing number of major businesses, professionals, and other clients in Idaho and the surrounding state and region.
With offices and deep roots in Idaho and American Samoa, we help our clients get business done no matter where they are. Although thousands of miles apart, Idaho and American Samoa pose similar legal challenges to business and others looking to navigate these young, Wild West-like jurisdictions’ laws.