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Iowa Legal News | Cedar Rapids Lawsuit News

As you may know, laws are often interpreted, tested, and even changed through the daily events around us. Do you keep up with Iowa legal news? This webpage strives to keep our readers informed of the pertinent legal cases taking place today, as well as what these cases mean to the law in general.

Iowa DOT cannot order removal of traffic cameras

On April 27, 2018 the Iowa Supreme Court issued its decision regarding the issue of whether cities including Cedar Rapids, Des Moines and Muscatine could continue to maintain their traffic cameras on interstates and highways, notwithstanding an Iowa…

Iowa Supreme Court Allows Post-Accident Evidence of Intoxication in Dram Shop Suit

On March 30, 2018, the Iowa Supreme Court issued a decision finding that evidence of a person’s demonstration of intoxication after an accident, may be used in a dram shop lawsuit as evidence that a licensed establishment serving alcohol knew or sh…

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.

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…

Iowa Supreme Court Today - CR's Traffic Cameras

Today the Iowa Supreme Court will receive oral argument concerning the City of Cedar Rapids’ automated traffic enforcement ordinance in two separate appeals. The Iowa Court of Appeals previously rejected the appellants’ arguments, alleging the au…

Brady Preston Gronlund Attorneys Join Inns of Court

Brady Preston Gronlund, PC is pleased to announce that Cara Roberts has recently joined the Dean Mason Ladd Inn of Court as an Associate and Ann Gronlund has joined as a Barrister. The Inns of Court are dedicated to promoting excellence and collegial…

Equifax Security Breach leads to Iowa AG Consumer Alert & US Senate Inquiry

Following the Equifax security breach, the Iowa Attorney General posted a consumer alert that the breach disclosed data affecting 1,099,125 Iowans.  The alert also contains a link to the data breach website set up by Equifax. According to the Equifa…

November is Child Safety Awareness Month

November is Child Safety Awareness Month, but for parents, everyday is spent trying to keep their children safe. While many hazards are well-known to parents, there are some dangers that parents may not know about. Here are just a few hazards and t…

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 possibilit…

FDA: Normal Doses of Dalfampridine Pose Seizure Risk

The FDA has issued a warning that the multiple sclerosis drug dalfampridine (trade name: AMPYRA) can cause seizures at normal dosages.  The medication, which the FDA approved in 2010 to improve ability of MSA patients to walk, is processed through t…
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