Lakota Discrimination Lawyer, Iowa


Includes: Race Discrimination, Religious Discrimination

Kristopher Carl Duer

Mediation, International Tax, Elder Law, Business
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  20 Years

Sue Genrich Berry

General Practice
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  31 Years

Richard Allen Potter

General Practice
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  45 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Deboom v. Raining Rose, Inc.

... First, she contends the district court erred by refusing to give a "pretext" instruction, ie, an instruction stating the jury may infer discrimination if it does not believe the employer's proffered reasons for the termination. ... A. Pregnancy Discrimination. ...

Weddum v. Davenport Community School Dist.

... She sued, arguing the school district's decision violated the Iowa Civil Rights Act's prohibition on age discrimination. ... Weddum argued the school district's early retirement plan amounted to overt and arbitrary age discrimination. ...

Baker v. City of Iowa City

... In addition, Baker contends the court erred in failing to rule as a matter of law that the City's ordinances exceed its home rule powers in two particulars: (1) the prohibition of discrimination by small employers; and (2) the prohibition of discrimination on the basis of marital status. ...