Client Webinar - The Legal Importance of the Prior Written Notice

This client webinar will educate members of IEP teams about the legal importance of the Prior Written Notice (PWN) and how it is used when conflicts arise. We will cover the legal basics of the document, practical considerations, common misconceptions, consequences of non-compliance, and provide several real examples of quality...
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Recertification Election Process for Collective Bargaining Agreements that Expire on June 30, 2023 – Note Important Dates

By Attorneys Ann Smisek & Aaron Hilligas Here are the steps and important dates for the recertification election process for collective bargaining agreements that expire June 30, 2023. 1. Do you have a collective bargaining agreement or extension agreement in place for your bargaining units? If so, immediately email the...
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Twenty-Seven Attorneys from Ahlers & Cooney Recognized in Practice Areas by “Best Lawyers in America”

Twenty-one attorneys from Ahlers & Cooney, P.C., a Des Moines-based law firm, were recently selected by their peers to be recognized in respective practice areas by The Best Lawyers in America® 2022 edition for Des Moines. Six attorneys were recognized as Ones to Watch. Best Lawyer of the Year® (2023...
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Governor Signs SF 2367 Affecting Method for Distributing Sales Tax Revenues to School Districts

By Attorneys Beth Grob and James Wainwright On May 23, 2022, the Iowa General Assembly passed Senate File 2367 which Governor Reynolds signed on June 17, 2022. Among other changes, this new law affects the method by which the Iowa Department of Revenue will distribute sales tax revenues deposited into...
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New Limitation on Fees Charged for Open Records Requests – Effective July 1, 2022

By Attorneys Jenna Sabroske and Emily Kolbe The ability of public entities to recover costs incurred in responding to open records requests has been a topic of debate in recent legislative sessions. During the 2022 legislative session, the Iowa Legislature amended Iowa Code Chapter 22, Iowa’s Open Records Law, to...
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New Legislation on Fireworks Sales

New Limitations on City and County Regulation of Fireworks Sales - Effective Immediately Changes to Extraterritorial Zoning Administration - Effective July 1, 2022 By Attorneys Maria Brownell, Kristine Stone, and Logan Brundage On April 21, 2022, Governor Reynolds signed Senate File 2285 into law, which restricts city and county regulatory...
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