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Key Legal Considerations for Hiring and Retention Incentives in Healthcare

USA - May 16 2022 Healthcare organizations across the United States are facing an unprecedented labor shortage. Many healthcare employers are moving quickly to…

Avoiding Immigration-Related Litigation in the Current Labor Market

USA - December 30 2021 According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of unfilled job openings increased by over three million in the last year. The…

Amy L. Peck

Iowa Supreme Court Reverses $1.5 Million Verdict Against Former Governor in Sexual Orientation Discrimination Suit

USA - July 2 2021 After nearly a decade of litigation, in Godrey v. State of Iowa et al, Case No. 19-1954 (June 30, 2021), the Iowa Supreme Court reversed a jury…

Iowa Drug Testing Statute Provides Exclusive Remedy For Violations; Separate Wrongful Discharge Claim Is Barred

USA - December 31 2019 Addressing a matter of first impression, the Iowa Supreme Court determined that “when a civil cause of action is provided by the legislature in the…

Catherine A. Cano, Kenneth M. Wentz

Nebraska extends veterans preference to spouses of disabled vets

USA - February 27 2014 Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman has approved a new Nebraska law that extends veterans preference in hiring to the spouses of permanently disabled…

Christopher E. Hoyme