RESULTS FOR POST TAG: Iowa Supreme Court
May. 14, 2015 – Mary A. Zambreno, Iowa Family Law Blog
Professional golfer John Daly finalized his divorce from his fourth ex-wife, Sherrie Miller in 2010, but his legal battles continue.
Iowa Supreme Court rejects the Iowa Department of Human Services claim to a super priority lien that would disregard a bank’s perfected security interest
Apr. 10, 2015 – William B. Serangeli, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Recognizing the importance of the issue before it, the Iowa Supreme Court placed the banks’ appeals on an expedited track.
Banks beware: If your borrower receives Medicaid reimbursement payments from the state, your first priority interest may be in jeopardy
Jan. 14, 2015 – Joseph M. Borg, Iowa Banking Law Blog
A relatively new statute signed into law in July of 2013 poses a significant threat to lenders’ secured collateral when dealing with borrowers who receive Medicaid reimbursement payments from the State.
Jan. 12, 2015 – John E. Lande
Starting on January 1, 2015, any person or company who wants to foreclose a mechanics’ lien will have the option of taking advantage of Iowa’s new expedited civil action (“ECA”) track.
Jun. 24, 2013 – Sara 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.