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A Lane & Waterman Blog

Five Questions with… Josh McIntyre

The intersection of technology and law, fatherhood, and great Quad Cities restaurants are on the table in this week’s “Five Questions with…” conversation with Josh McIntyre. What’s your favorite place in the Quad Cities? I think we have a nice restaurant scene if you know where to look.  My wife and I love Barley &…

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Need to Knows: Survivor of Estate

By: Diane Puthoff This week, we’re starting a series called, “Need to Knows,” where we’ll cover common topics our clients ask our attorneys. First on the docket: what survivors need to know after the death of a spouse. Tragedy hits your family when you least expect it…suppose your spouse dies in a tragic accident or…

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Five Questions with… Kyle Day

Kyle is a Quad Cities native who comes to Lane & Waterman from one of the “Big Four” Accounting Firms, bringing with him a wealth of accounting knowledge and a passion for taxes, and family. What made you want to become a lawyer?  In short, witnessing the “tax tail” wag the dog.  Often the tax…

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Five Questions with… Tim Gulbranson

Meet Tim Gulbranson, who we feature this week in honor of his upcoming wedding this weekend. Cheers, Tim! What made you want to become a lawyer? When I was a senior in High School, I was selected to serve as a Page in the Iowa Senate.  Observing lawmakers up-close and personal gave me a unique…

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Dust Off Your Job Descriptions: A Tale About Reasonable Accommodations

By: Diane Reinsch Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, covered employers are required to provide “reasonable accommodations” to qualified job applicants and employees with disabilities, to participate in the job application process, to perform the essential functions of their jobs, or to enjoy benefits and privileges of employment equal to those enjoyed by employees without…

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