Anthony M. Shallat

Associate

Phone: (208) 384-8588
Fax: (208) 853-0117
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Education

J.D., University of Idaho College of Law, 2014
B.A., magna cum laude, University of San Diego, 2010

Bar Admissions

Idaho
US District Court (Idaho)
United States Court of Appeals – Ninth Circuit

Honors & Distinctions

Editor, Idaho Law Review
Recipient of the University of Idaho College of Law “Pro Bono – Service with Distinction” award.
Dean’s List Honors: 2011, 2012, 2013

Professional Affiliations

Idaho State Bar
Young Lawyers Section
Idaho Trial Lawyer Association

Civic Activities

Member, Boise Historic Preservation Commission

Former Community Advisory Board (CAB) member, Boise State Public Radio

Big Brother, Big Brothers Big Sisters

Contributor, The Blue Review

Board Member, North End Neighborhood Association

Practice Areas

Civil Litigation

Business Law

Construction Law

Real Estate Law

Cryptocurrency Law

Anthony’s practice focuses primarily on real estate, business, commercial litigation, and civil litigation.  Anthony also has extensive experience in all types of complex federal litigation.

During law school, Anthony earned Dean’s List Honors all three years of attendance and served as a Senior Editor on the prestigious Idaho Law Review. Prior to law school, Anthony graduated magna cum laude from the University of San Diego with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science.

Before joining Angstman Johnson, Anthony gained legal experience as an Intern with the United States Attorney’s Office. Anthony has also worked as a political staffer for a U.S. Congressman and as a Policy Associate for a Washington D.C. based political consulting firm. Anthony currently serves as a Commissioner on the City of Boise’s Historic Preservation Commission.

A native Idahoan, Anthony enjoys traveling, skiing, and hunting water fowl.

What our clients are saying about Anthony

“Anthony was very knowledgeable about Idaho laws. He handled our case in a timely manner. We were successful in our issue, and I would recommend him to friends and family” Patricia O. – Glenns Ferry

“I hired Anthony Shallat of Angstman Johnson to help me cancel a difficult and contentious real estate transaction. I was treated professionally and respectfully by all staff that I interacted with at this law firm. Anthony knew time was of the essence and responded promptly and thoroughly. He put me at ease during the consultation and explained my legal position to me. I would highly recommend Anthony Shallat and Angstman Johnson. They have earned my respect and future business.” Jamie A. – Boise

“I was very glad to receive advice and counsel from Anthony Shallat. He listened and gave advice about some documents I needed to understand. I would not have gotten such help and clarification if I hadn’t contacted an attorney and I am very grateful for the peace of mind I have now from using the services of Angstman Johnson. Thank you Anthony.” Sarah W. San Diego, CA.

“The litigation was complex… a family trust, a publicly traded mortgage servicing entity and a multi-million $$ residence occupied by ½ of a separated couple. Anthony Shallat took the gloves off and landed the punches. While Thomas Angstman … the COACH of the CENTURY… provided the stratagem. Well done Angstman Johnson.” Greg R. Ketchum

“Our case was handled professionally and we obtained our objective in the end. Anthony was able to have violating tenants removed from our property in a timely manner without dragging it out though litigation.
Future Landlord clients take this advice:
Document everything
Leave no stone unturned
Trust no one renting your property
And hire Angstman Johnson when someone thinks they have the upper-hand.”  Scot P. Salt Lake, UT

“One of their attorneys, Anthony Shallat, reviewed some contracts for my business and did an excellent job. His work helped me avoid any potential issues that could have arised based on the language in the contract. I would recommend Angstman Johnson to any businesses in need of good business litigators.” Andrew G. – Boise