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Richard Moeller Appointed to Iowa Supreme Court Grievance Commission standard

Richard Moeller, partner at Moore, Heffernan, Moeller, Johnson & Meis law firm, has been appointed by the Iowa Supreme Court to serve a three-year term on the Court’s Grievance Commission. Along with the Attorney Disciplinary Board, the Commission was established by the Supreme Court to supervise lawyers, to address complaints about alleged unethical conduct by lawyers, and to promote public confidence in the legal system. Richard is one of five lawyers appointed from the judicial sub-district comprising six counties in northwest Iowa, including ...

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Social Media in the Healthcare Workplace standard

On January 28, 2016, Partner Maureen B. Heffernan spoke to the Woodbury Medical Society on the topic of Social Media- Identifying Issues for Physician Practices.  Physicians, both as employers and as health care providers, need to be aware of the importance of social media policies for their employees.  Those policies need to comply with current legal standards both in the employment law arena and in the context of patient privacy laws. From an employment law perspective, Maureen’s presentation identified the tension between preserving the rights of employees to engage in protected activity in the workplace and allowing an employer to enforce reasonable workplace conduct policies.   The National Labor Relations Board has issued numerous opinions regarding whether an employer can be ...

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MHMJ&M CONGRATULATES LAUNCHPAD CHILDREN’S MUSEUM ON ITS GRAND OPENING standard

Thirteen years ago a group of women who were members of the Junior League of Sioux City decided to rally community support to open a children’s museum in Sioux City.  After years of hard work and dedication, their vision has paid off as the LaunchPAD Children’s Museum has opened its doors in downtown Sioux City.  The PAD in LaunchPAD stands for Play And Discover, as the exhibits are designed to encourage children to interact with them.  There is a cow to “milk,” a large, vertical maze that can be climbed, a market with a grocery scanner, and many other activities.  The exhibits are not only fun to play with, but each one teaches kids different lessons in science, engineering, ...

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