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“I am greatly appreciative of the work performed on my behalf. That I would need good legal representation, and a day in court, was never something I envisioned. Not only did they well prepare me for court, but they put in place an excellent defense, where we won on all points."
"In addition to helping their clients to achieve their goals, Dickinson Bradshaw provides the most cost effective legal opinions and directions to their clients. They helped me to solve my problem in the most cost effective way, rather than through lengthy procedures.”
“The attorneys at Dickinson Bradshaw helped us see around corners and understand what was coming. As the case progressed, they prepared us for what we could expect and reassured us throughout.”
"The attorneys of Dickinson Bradshaw are excellent lawyers and consummate professionals. Equally important, they possess great personal integrity and character. The fact is, they are not only good lawyers but good people.”
“I worked with [Dickinson Bradshaw] to negotiate my divorce. My attorney was extremely competent, accessible, honest, and personally engaging. She explained the realities to me and protected my resources and investments. She was also sensitive to personal and family issues."...

Spotlight on Banking & Financial Services Law

The banking law attorneys at Dickinson Bradshaw counsel more than 90 banks and financial institutions doing business in Iowa. Among Iowa-based law firms, we have one of the largest teams of attorneys providing legal services to the state's community banks.

News & Alerts

Real Estate Agent Practice Changes Under the Proposed NAR Settlement

Last year, the real estate profession was rocked by a lawsuit from Missouri known as the Sitzer/Burnett case. This case drew national attention as well-known real estate brokerages and the National Association of REALTORS® (“NAR”) received a $1.78 billion verdict against them. Plaintiffs alleged antitru...

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Bank Non-Competes are Still Okay, For Now

On April 23, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced the text of its final rule that will ban most uses of non-compete agreements. Non-competes are agreements between an employer and individual that prevent the individual from taking employment in a similar industry within a certain geographic range...

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