Keeping it Legal : Make Sure Your Advertising Message Doesn’t Get You in Hot Water

Join us Thursday, October 15th for a special Lunch & Learn with Sean J. Coletti from Hopkins Roden Crockett Hansen & Hoopes Law Firm. This month’s presentation, Keeping it Legal : Make Sure Your Advertising Message Doesn’t Get You in Hot Water, will focus on legal issues surrounding advertising and social media – important issues we all face every day!

Join us at Dixie’s Diner (in the back room). Presentation begins  at noon, but plan on coming early to network and socialize!

We look forward to seeing you there!

$12 – Members $15 – Non-members
Includes lunch!


Sean is a partner in the firm and joined the practice in 2007. His practice includes both litigation and transactional work, focusing on the areas of business law, contracts, commercial law, insurance defense, family law, planning and zoning, real property, personal injury and general litigation.

Sean was born in Provo, Utah in 1977. He grew up in Utah and Idaho, and is a 1995 Rigby High School graduate. From 1996-1998, Mr. Coletti served as a foreign missionary in Seoul, Korea. Following his experience overseas, he joined the United States Army National Guard, where he served for six years as a Counterintelligence Agent and Korean linguist.

Sean attended Ricks College and Brigham Young University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science in 2001. He then received his law degree in 2005 from the University of Connecticut School of Law. During law school, Sean served as Executive Editor of the Connecticut Law Review, where his article, Taking Account of Partial Exemptors in Vaccination Law, Policy and Practice was published in 2004.

Sean served as a law clerk to Honorable John C. Hohnhorst, Idaho Fifth Judicial District after law school, then served as law clerk to Chief Justice F. Michael Kruse and Associate Justice Lyle L. Richmond, of the High Court of American Samoa.

Sean is a member of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, Idaho State Bar, Wyoming State Bar, American Samoa Bar Association, and American Bar Association. He is admitted to practice before Idaho’s state and federal courts.

Sean is currently serving his second four-year term on the Ammon City Council, a position to which he was first elected in 2009. He also volunteers as an attorney in the Court Appointed Special Advocate program and for the Idaho State Bar, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce and the Idaho Health Facilities Authority.

Sean and his wife Jessi are the proud parents of two sons. They enjoy camping, hiking, swimming, traveling, performing music together, and spending time as a family.