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Nyemaster Goode, P.C. 

Size of Organization: 91
Year Established: 1918
Main Office: Des Moines, Iowa
Web Site: http://www.nyemaster.com

Telephone: 515-283-3100
Fax: 515-283-3108



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Highest number of cases by Nyemaster Goode, P.C.:
Labor and Employment (41 cases in past two years)
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Telecommuting as a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA
Telecia J. R. Dambreville, January 13, 2015
Advances in technology have redefined the workplace, including where work can be performed. In many instances, physical presence in the workplace is no longer a strict requirement, and employers have voluntarily adopted telecommuting/telework policies that allow employees to work from a remote...

NLRB Changes Course, Holds Employees Can Use Company Email to Organize
Amanda M. Atherton, December 19, 2014
In a 3-2 decision issued last Thursday, the National Labor Relations Board held that employees can use an employer’s email system for Section 7 organization purposes. Purple Communications, Inc., and Communication Workers of America, AFL-CIO, Case Nos. 21-CA-095151, 21-RC-091531, and...

When Should An Inferior Court Just Sit Tight?
Ryan G. Koopmans, December 19, 2014
That was the main question yesterday in Deaton v. Arkansas Department of Correction. Arkansas prisoner Christopher Deaton wants to grow a full-length beard for religious reasons, but prison policy doesn’t allow it because of safety concerns. Deaton sued under the Religious Land Use and...






 

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