Trial Law Review

Is Another Business Not Holding Up Their End of the Deal?

Attention Lenders – Don’t Forget About the Limited Application of the Iowa Consumer Credit Code!

What is a Markman Hearing?

How to Discover and Report Bankruptcy Fraud

Civil Lawsuits Now Eligible for Expedition

How the Supreme Court Ruling on Title VII Constructive Discharge Claim Benefits Employees

How to Keep Corporate Finance Out of the Courtroom

Sioux Falls Law Firm Reveals Real Purpose of Preliminary Deposition Questions

Opening Statements at Trial – 3 Tips for Success

Tom Brady’s Cell Phone Destruction: A Lesson in Litigation Holds and Document Spoliation

Personal Jurisdiction Law: Entrepreneurs Beware

The Power of Impression: 3 Tips for Staying Calm and Confident in the Courtroom

4 Things You Should Know Before Going to Court -- PART IV: Appearances Matter

The 4 Biggest Mistakes Lawyers Make in Mediation

4 Things You Should Know Before Going to Court -- PART III: A Good Attitude Goes a Long Way

4 Things You Should Know Before Going to Court -- PART II: EVEN THE GREATEST TRIAL ATTORNEY CANNOT CHANGE THE FACTS

Anthony Osborn to Speak at the University of Iowa College of Law

4 Things You Should Know Before Going to Court -- PART I: PEOPLE LIE

Attorney Anthony Osborn Wins Trial; Obtains Nearly $200,000 Judgment

Iowa Supreme Court Appeal Won by Attorneys Anthony Osborn and Jeana Goosmann

Sioux City Class Action Deadline Fast Approaching

Anthony Osborn Presenting at Law Schools

There's No Such Thing As Local Counsel

Anthony Osborn Argues Two Appeals Before Iowa Supreme Court

Iowa’s Lien Registry

Civil Lawsuits: Suing For $75,000 Or Less Just Got A Lot Easier In Iowa

First 3 Things To Do If You Get Sued

Do we Have a Deal? The Most Common Mistake Lawyers Make During Settlement Negotiations

Top 3 Things Businesses Need to Know About Personal Jurisdiction

Goosmann Law Celebrates 3 “Top 10 Under 40” Awards

Goosmann Law Attorneys Selected as Great Plains Rising Stars

Looking for a Sample U.S. Supreme Court Petition for Writ of Certiorari? Look No Further.

Federal Court Says College Athletes Should Get Paid

Significant Change Coming for Iowa Civil Lawsuits Involving Less than $75k

Bertrand and Goosmann Law Firm Appeal Defamation Case to U.S. Supreme Court

What’s the Difference between a Bench Trial and a Jury Trial?

How do you Depose a Company?

Should College Athletes Get Paid? NCAA Antitrust Lawsuit Begins

What is a Dismissal Without Prejudice?

How to Take an Expert Deposition

How to Get the Most out of Mediation

Osborn Prevails in South Dakota Jury Trial

Reminder – ABA Litigation Section Meets in Scottsdale this Week

What Constitutes “Rain” Under an Insurance Policy?

Authenticating Emails at Trial

Attorney Anthony Osborn Featured in ABA Construction Newsletter

Traits of a Great Trial Attorney

A Few Tips for Trial Attorneys

Fired? Don’t Steal Corporate Information On Your Way Out The Door

Eighth Circuit Rules Against Manufacturer of Cancer Drugs due to Failure to Warn

Iowa DOT Ordered to Pay Subcontractors

Why Does a Civil Lawsuit Take so Long to Get to Trial?

Iowa Supreme Court: Assignor’s Contacts with Forum are not Imputed to Assignee of Contract for Purposes of Obtaining Personal Jurisdiction

Financial Planners: Beware of Recent Iowa Supreme Court Ruling

Osborn Publishes Article in Construction Law Periodical

Recent Statutory Amendments Regarding Subpoenas in Federal Court Cases; Will State Courts Ever Follow Course?

Osborn to Speak at ABA Litigation Section’s Annual Meeting

What is the Deadline for Suing an Iowa Corporation?

Let’s Talk About Jury Instructions

Recent Eighth Circuit Decision: Equitable Claims are Generally not Permitted When the Parties have a Valid Contract

How to Find the Right Litigation Attorney

Construction Dispute Publication Goes Online

NEW IOWA LAWS LIMIT LAWSUIT OPTIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS WHO FAIL TO FILE STATUTORY NOTICES

Businesses Seeking to Collect Debts: Don’t Forget About Personal Guaranties

To Mediate or Not to Mediate, That is the Question

CONSTRUCTION LAWSUITS: DON’T UNDERESTIMATE THE INSURANCE COVERAGE ISSUES

If You’re in a Business Dispute, Use a Protective Order to Safeguard Your Confidential or Proprietary Business Information

Construction Professionals – Avoid Penalties and Lawsuits, Make Sure You’re Properly Licensed

Don’t Underestimate the Need for Litigation Experts

Liquidated Damages Clauses in Construction Contracts: Contractors Beware

Document Retention Policies: Save Your Emails

Don’t Start Work Without a Written Agreement

If a Dispute Arises, Don’t Wait for a Lawsuit Before Contacting an Attorney

Construction Law Update, May 2012

Construction Law Update, April 2012