Coronavirus Food Assistance Program – CFAP

By: Colin Hendricks | 05.22.2020

  The United States Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) announced very high-level details regarding the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (“CFAP”) on April 17, 2020. The CFAP is designed to provide money directly to crop and livestock producers to solidify the food chain during COVID-19. Finally, one month after the initial release, the USDA has issued an Read…

General Overview of Iowa Tax Reform

By: Christopher Nuss | 05.10.2018

Following in Congressional footsteps, the Iowa General Assembly recently passed historical tax reform, purporting to cut individual income tax in excess of $1.5 billion and corporate income tax of at least $100 million over five years. This reduction, however, is partially offset by an estimated increase in sales and use tax collection of $700 million Read…

Do Equal, 50/50 Shareholders Owe Each Other Fiduciary Duties?

By: Matthew McKinney | 08.03.2015

Check out BrownWinick attorney Matt McKinney’s latest blog post, Do Equal, 50/50 Shareholders Owe Each Other Fiduciary Duties?, featured in the Business Record’s IowaBiz Blog. Read more IowaBiz Blogs at www.iowabiz.com. Read…

OSHA Wants to Give You a Checkup

By: BrownWinick | 12.28.2014

Are you prepared to have an OSHA inspector show up at your office to conduct an inspection?  What are the big issues that dental offices face as a result of OSHA regulations?  Would your office pass an inspection or would you receive in the mail costly OSHA citations? OSHA was enacted by the U.S. Congress Read…

Amendments to Iowa’s Certificate of Need Rules

By: Adam Freed | 12.17.2014

On December 10, 2014, the Iowa Department of Public Health (the “Department”) adopted amendments to Iowa’s Certificate of Need (“CON”) rules.  The State Health Facilities Council (the “Council”) approved the amendments on November 3, 2014, and the State Board of Health adopted the amendments on November 12, 2014.  The amendments will become effective on January Read…