RESULTS FOR POST TAG: Iowa Supreme Court
Jul. 7, 2015 – Bryan P. O'Neill, Iowa Employer Law Blog
A plaintiff does not have the burden to prove that a defendant lacks an overriding business justification for the adverse action taken.
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.