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Is a Forwarded Email Attachment an Exception to the Hearsay Rule?

The Iowa Court of Appeals recently addressed the above-described question. Normally an admission by a party opponent is not hearsay. A document drafted by a party opponent would clearly fit within such an admission. It is less clear, however, if a pa… Read More
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Iowa Supreme Court Decertifies a Class of Workers Alleging a Violation of Iowa's Workers' Compensation Statute

On March 20, 2020, the Iowa Supreme Court issued its decision in the matter of Roland v. Annett Holdings, Inc., decertifying the class of workers that had been certified by the District Court, alleging violations of Iowa’s Code Chapter 85, which is… Read More
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DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR PEOPLE TO SEEK MONEY OWED FROM FEDERAL - WESTERN UNION SETTLEMENT

The Iowa Attorney General has identified over 18,000 Iowa residents who are victims of this fraud. Victims of this fraud, including Iowa residents, have until May 31, 2018 to submit a claim. Read More
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United State Supreme Court upholds state court jurisdiction over IPO securities class action

Today, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion upholding the ability of state courts to hear claims filed as class actions related to initial public offering securities fraud. The case arose from an interpretation of the effect of the 1995… Read More
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Iowa Corn Growers May Have Claims Against Syngenta for Lower Corn Prices

A number of lawsuits have been filed against Syngenta arising out of its sale of Viptera, genetically modified seed corn. Viptera has not been approved for sale in China and China has rejected numerous shipments of U.S. corn based on the possibility… Read More
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Nichols Aluminum Class Action Lawsuit

• Employees of Nichols Aluminum have sued Nichols Aluminum and The Teamsters Union Local No. 371 alleging that Nichols Aluminum breached the collective bargaining agreement by failing to establish a time for a scheduled rest period for those employ… Read More
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Iowa Class Action Suit Claims Defective Flea and Tick Medication Causes Death and Injuries to Dogs

Recently, there have been reports of dogs suffering seizures and other serious issues from a spray-on flea and tick medication. Some dogs have even died as a result, which ignited a nationwide class action suit against Sergeant’s Silver Flea an… Read More
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Iowa-Based Company at Center of Class Action Suit

Since class action cases require certification before they can proceed as a consumer class action lawsuit, it was already a victorious day for some consumers after a judge recently certified that the case against Pella Corporation could be considered… Read More
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Iowa Employees Involved in Class Action Lawsuit with Wal-Mart Reached Settlement

Recently, a class action lawsuit in Iowa was settled involving Iowa employees of Wal-Mart Stores and Sam’s Clubs who were involved in the Class Action lawsuit Mussmann, et al. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. However, before this case was settled, the… Read More
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Six Plaintiffs Request Class Action Certification Against Apartments Downtown in Iowa City

A pending class action lawsuit has been filed against Apartments Downtown in Iowa City, regarding lease and rental code violations. The lawsuit is against Apts. Downtown Inc., also known as, Apartments Downtown, Apartments Near Campus, Associated Uni… Read More
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