Failing to Follow OSHA Procedures Can Be Costly

By: Ryan Shellady | 10.31.2019

No matter how many training sessions or precautions an employer might take, employee accidents and injuries are bound to happen. Most employers are necessarily familiar Read…

One Step Closer to Hemp Production in Iowa

By: Tess Pocock | 10.31.2019

Today, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) released its interim final rule for nationwide legal hemp production. This is an important step toward hemp Read…

Aircraft Dry Lease Checklist

By: Brennan Block | 10.30.2019

There is no doubt about it: purchasing, owning, and operating an aircraft is an expensive endeavor. For this reason, we find our clients seeking out Read…

Control Your Content on Social Media

By: Ryan Shellady | 10.24.2019

It’s that time of year again: the copy/paste posts are making their way around Facebook and Instagram declaring ownership of photos and information and forbidding Read…

Cost-Plus Contracts - A New Warning For Contractors

By: Michael Dee | 10.21.2019

A recent decision from the Iowa Court of Appeals serves as a cautionary tale for contractors: Contractors must prove their actual costs under cost-plus contracts or they Read…

Hemp Fields of Opportunities

By: Amy Howells | 10.21.2019

There’s a lot of hype around hemp these days. Hemp products, including CBD, or cannabidiol, seem to be all over the market. Indeed, uses for Read…

What are my Information Rights as an LLC Member?

By: Brennan Block | 10.16.2019

When a limited liability company (“LLC”) is first formed, its owners are often eager to start doing business. In the pandemonium that comes along with Read…

Due Diligence: Its Importance in an M&A Deal

By: Alicia Nicoletto | 10.16.2019

Buying a business can be an extremely hectic and overwhelming process. One of the most important things for a buyer to do is understand what Read…

Raising Capital Via Rule 504

By: Brandon Cole | 09.26.2019

In general, every security offering in the United States is required to be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and applicable state securities Read…

Criminal Screening under Fair Housing

By: Katherine McKain | 09.26.2019

While having a criminal record is not a protected characteristic under the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”), the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) Read…

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