RESULTS FOR POST TAG: Iowa Supreme Court

Jun. 24, 2013Sara R. Laughlin, Iowa Employer Law Blog

In a significant victory for Iowa employers, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled on Friday, June 21, 2013 that the Iowa Civil Rights Act does not permit plaintiffs who are suing for employment discrimination to be awarded punitive damages.

Nov. 26, 2012John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Banks not liable for flooding

Iowa Supreme Court says the National Flood Insurance Act does not give borrowers the ability to pursue flood damage claims against lenders.

Sep. 13, 2012Russell L. Samson, Iowa Employer Law Blog
Iowa employers drug testing policies

Iowa Court of Appeals ruling asks: Must employers retain a confessed recreational drug user?

Feb. 17, 2012Russell L. Samson, Iowa Employer Law Blog
Case involving denial of COBRA continuation due to alleged gross misconduct offers lessons for Iowa employers

What is the definition of “gross misconduct” that would justify not providing a soon-to-be-fired individual with the right to continue to participate at his or her own cost in an employer’s group health insurance plans through COBRA?

Feb. 13, 2012The Dickinson Law Newsroom
Iowa Supreme Court applies business judgment rule to nonprofit corporations

We don’t often see a business judgment rule case emanate from the Iowa Supreme Court, so when one comes along, even in the context of a nonprofit condominium owners’ association, I am compelled to comment on it.

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