Christopher Johnson and the IdahoCredit Union League parted ways four months ago.

Next month, their paths will cross again in an Idaho courtroom.

Johnson, who was fired in November from the Idaho League after only five monthson the job as president/CEO, is suing the league for $4,700 inunreimbursed business expenses, according to a court document filedby Johnson in Idaho Fourth District Court's small claims departmentin Boise. The suit's court date is scheduled for 10 a.m. on April11.

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