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Healthcare workers filed a law suit against the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, alleging they aren’t being paid on time for extra work. The plaintiffs hoped to have the case recognized as a class action, and say there are thousands of potential members who also not being paid in a timely fashion. Attorney Nate Willems represented the workers.
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Rush & Nicholson is on your side. When it comes to navigating complex legal matters, our Iowa City lawyers possess the knowledge and experience to guide you through the intricacies of the legal system. We are are experts in workers compensation, personal injury, social security disability, and employment laws in Iowa. We’ll can help you win your case and get the results you deserve.
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After winning wage theft case, 11K UIHC employees get their money
This article originally appeared on Iowa Starting Line Posted September 19th, 2023 at 12:23pm by Amie Rivers Around 11,000 employees of University of Iowa Health Care (UIHC), the state’s largest hospital system,…Learn More
Federal Judge Gives Preliminary Approval to $15 Million Settlement with UIHC
After three years of litigation, on August 15, 2022, class representatives of 11,000 current and former UIHC workers, represented by Rush & Nicholson, reached a tentative settlement on claims for…Learn More
Largest-Ever Union Wage Increase in Iowa
The Carter Lake Peace Officers Association, a union representing eight police officers in Iowa, has won what is believed to be the largest collectively bargained wage increase in Iowa’s history.…Learn More