Court requests comments for amendments to rules after Hedlund
Iowa Supreme Court is requesting comments regarding proposed changes to both
rule 1.904 and rule 6.101 relating to timeliness of appeals. The amendments were proposed by the court after it noted
concerns about the existing state of the law following Hedlund v. State 875
N.W.2d 720, 725 (Iowa 2016). Public comments were requested in a supreme
court order filed Aug. 29.
in the order, Iowa Court Rules 1.904 and 6.101 relate to the timeliness of
appeals when the notice of appeal is filed more than 30 days after the
original court order or judgement but within 30 days after an
order on a motion to reconsider, enlarge or amend the order or judgment.
Proposed changes to both of the rules are intended to be parallel and similar
order requesting comments and proposed amendments is available at the Supreme
Court’s website. The deadline for comments is Oct. 31. There
are also four other orders that were filed by the supreme court Aug. 29
regarding amendments and rule changes that are open to public comment on the
same webpage. (Two additional articles in this issue of the Iowa Lawyer Weekly
pertain to the supreme court orders filed Aug. 29.)
Supreme Court delays succession planning court rule 39.18, seeks input
Secretary of State survey seeks
feedback on business services, applications
here email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Former ISBA president Marion
September Iowa Lawyer now
September Iowa Lawyer Magazine
Bridge the Gap Seminar deadline coming
registration ISBA On-Demand CLE Catalog
Supreme Court requests comments on forms for discovery, ECA, schedulingThe Iowa Supreme Court is requesting comments pertaining to the discovery reforms, expedited civil action rule and trial scheduling that became effective Jan. 1, 2015. Public comments were requested in a supreme court order filed Aug. 29. According to the order, amendments related to the following are among those under consideration by the court:
The order requesting comments and proposed amendments are available at the Supreme Court’s website. The deadline for comments is Sept. 29.
- Deadline ECA election, rule 1.281(1)(c);
- Deadline for discovery conference to occur in cases transferred from small claims court, rule 1.507(1);
- Applicability of the discovery moratorium to domestic relations matters where there will be initial disclosures, rule 1.505(1);
- Applicability of the discovery moratorium to requests for admissions in addition to other forms of discovery, rule 1.510(1);
- Filing of objections to exhibits in pretrial submissions on trial scheduling and discovery plans, rule 23.5.
The Iowa Lawyer Weekly is an electronic newsletter published every Wednesday. Please submit comments, letters to the editor, articles, or photos, to email@example.com. Contact information should be included with submissions. The ISBA reserves the right to refuse any submission but will take all submissions into consideration for future publication.
TIPS & TRICKS
What biglaw associates can learn from solo and small-firm lawyers
9 reasons to love LinkedIn
Cyber laws you might not know about
Why you should update your iPhone right now
How to represent a diverse clientele
Law Attorney (Labor Relations)
Ahlers & Cooney, P.C., Des Moines, IA
Experienced Tax Attorney
Nyemaster Goode, P.C.
Des Moines, IA