Des Moines, May 23, 2018— The State Judicial Nominating Commission, which is responsible for selecting nominees for appointment to the Iowa Supreme Court, announced today it will begin accepting applications for the vacancy that will occur when Justice Bruce B. Zager retires September 3, 2018. The commission has sixty days to send a slate of nominees to the Governor, who makes appointments to the court.  

Notice: The opinions posted on this site are slip opinions only. Under the Rules of Appellate Procedure a party has a limited number of days to request a rehearing after the filing of an opinion. Also, all slip opinions are subject to modification or correction by the court. Therefore, opinions on this site are not to be considered the final decisions of the court.

Des Moines, August 21, 2017—The Iowa Supreme Court today announced its 2017-2018 adjudicative term calendar, including a special evening session in Des Moines, special sessions at Drake and Iowa law schools, and three special sessions in communities around the state to hear oral arguments. The court's adjudicative term is from September 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018.

GRANTED:

 

NUMBER

COUNTY

CASE NAME

 

 

 

15–0011

Cerro Gordo

Wihlm v. Campbell

15–0471

Story

Westco Agronomy v. Wollesen

15–0741

Clayton

Cannon v. Bodensteiner Implement Co.

15–0829

Polk

State v. White

15–1630

Scott

Des Moines, July 5, 2017— The Iowa Supreme Court named Todd Nuccio state court administrator for the Iowa Judicial Branch. The state court administrator is responsible for the day-to-day management of Iowa's state court system. Nuccio will replace David Boyd when Boyd retires September 7 after 40 years of continual service to the Iowa Judicial Branch.

GRANTED:

NUMBER

COUNTY

CASE NAME

14–1682

Polk

Andersen v. Khann

15–0772

Delaware

Krogmann v. State

15–2126

Scott

In re Estate of Workman

15–2143

Monroe

Kellogg v. City of Albia

15–1560

Polk

State v. Jonas

17–0287

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Des Moines, June 30, 2017 —Today is the last day of the 2016-17 Iowa Supreme Court adjudicative term.  During the term, 117 cases were submitted to the court.  The court decided 116 cases by written opinions and held one case over for resubmission next term. 

Notice: The opinions posted on this site are slip opinions only. Under the Rules of Appellate Procedure a party has a limited number of days to request a rehearing after the filing of an opinion. Also, all slip opinions are subject to modification or correction by the court. Therefore, opinions on this site are not to be considered the final decisions of the court.

Orders 

  

This section of the site contains orders of statewide interest recently issued by the Iowa Supreme Court.  Orders will be posted in this section for one year from the date they are first posted. 

  

Notice: The opinions posted on this site are slip opinions only. Under the Rules of Appellate Procedure a party has a limited number of days to request a rehearing after the filing of an opinion. Also, all slip opinions are subject to modification or correction by the court. Therefore, opinions on this site are not to be considered the final decisions of the court.

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