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Attorney Justin LaVan of Dickinson Bradshaw has been inducted into the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum by The Top Trial Lawyers in America®, one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States.

Having acted as principal counsel in million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for

We are over-the-moon to announce our partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management’s 1M Civil Conversations Initiative at our 2024 Employment Law Seminar.

Uncivil behavior at work is becoming more and more commonplace — and difficult for human resources professionals to navigate. Dickinson Bradshaw and SHRM want to help turn tough conversations into teamwork, discord

Attorneys from Dickinson Bradshaw’s Employment & Labor and Workers Compensation practice groups are busy preparing educational sessions designed to help you navigate the new frontier of employment laws at the 2024 Employment Law Seminar.

Planned topics include important information for employers on pay transparency, recorded termination meetings, guns in the workplace, legal updates, special PTO programs,

I have not been shy about my criticism about the Iowa Department of Revenue’s (“Department”) muddy guidance on the sales taxation of “commercial recreation.” Previously, I wrote about the Department perplexingly concluding that spinning classes are subject to sales tax as “commercial recreation”, but Pilates are not. Now, the Department muddied the waters by adding

FinCEN has released an initial Small Entity Compliance Guide for Beneficial Ownership Information Access and Safeguards Requirements. Although the Guide is not very detailed at this point, here is what your small financial institution should know as of now.

On December 22, 2023, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) issued

Dickinson, Bradshaw, Fowler & Hagen, P.C. is pleased to announce that Matthew Blake has joined the firm as an Of Counsel attorney.

With an extensive background serving as the General Counsel to the Iowa Association of REALTORS, Matt’s practice primarily specializes in real estate and land use matters, including residential and real estate brokerage work.

Unfortunately, it looks like taxpayers who filed for the Employee Retention Credit (“ERC”) — both before and after the IRS’s moratorium on processing ERC claims — may be waiting years before they receive their emergency COVID-relief payments. Luckily, taxpayers have a mechanism to expedite the process. 

Official Reports of Delays in Processing ERC Claims

While there