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Bradley & Riley PC Welcomes Sherry L. Schulte

Bradley & Riley PC is proud to announce that Sherry L. Schulte has become a shareholder with the firm. Ms. Schulte is an experienced attorney in civil litigation, family law, commercial law, and mediation who has been practicing law in the Corridor for 24 years. She received a bachelor’s degree from Luther College in 1987, Continue reading

16 Bradley & Riley Attorneys Included in the 2015 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America

We are proud to announce that 16 attorneys at Bradley & Riley PC have been selected by their peers to be included in the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers®, a widely respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. First published in 1983, Best Lawyers is an exhaustive, annual peer-review survey consisting of more than 4.3 Continue reading

Ten Bradley & Riley Attorneys Listed in 2014 Chambers USA

Bradley & Riley PC is proud to announce that ten attorneys have been rated highly in the most current edition of Chambers USA, an annual, national review. Attorney’s ratings are based on extensive interviews with clients and reviews of peer professionals. Many of the attorneys rated have been listed for subsequent years. Those attorneys named, Continue reading

Attorney Brad Hart Discusses Volunteer Opportunities

Attorney Brad Hart, the Board Chair for United Way of East Central Iowa, appeared on Mediacom Newsleaders, to speak about National Volunteer Month. Mr. Hart talked about his personal experiences and the many rewards that go along with giving back to the community. “I think the Cedar Rapids area is a really unique and dynamic Continue reading

Spina and Younker To Speak At SES Employment Seminar

Attorneys Dean Spina and Joseph Younker will be presenting in Iowa City on February 19, 2014, at  a Sterling Education Services sponsored seminar entitled “Fundamentals of Employment Law.”  The seminar will examine a variety of basic employment of topics including protecting a respectful work environment, penalties in wage and hour issues, tips and traps in Continue reading

Iowa Business Property Tax Credit Deadline Approaching – Updated

The Iowa Business Property Tax Credit deadline is fast approaching. Business owners should complete their applications as soon as possible, to ensure they are received in hand by January 15th, 2014. All applications received after the deadline, regardless of their postmark, will not receive the first year of the tax credit. Iowa Business Property Tax Continue reading

Bradley & Riley PC 2014 Board of Directors

Bradley & Riley PC is proud to announce its 2014 Board of Directors: Gregory J. Seyfer, President; William T. McCartan, Vice President; Paul D. Burns, Secretary; and Patrick M. Courtney, Treasurer. The firm’s 2014 Practice Groups leaders are: Bradley G. Hart, Business Entities and Transactions; Maureen G. Kenney, Estate Planning and Probate; Donald G. Thompson, Continue reading

Bradley & Riley PC Receives U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Tier One Ranking

Bradley & Riley PC received “Tier One” rankings in eight practice areas for the Cedar Rapids metropolitan area and nine “Tier Two” rankings as recently released in the 2014 edition of the “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®. U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers® showcase more than 10,000 law firms nationally or by metropolitan Continue reading

Annual United Way Campaign 2014

Bradley & Riley PC is pleased to report its 2013 United Way Campaign kicked off the week of October 21st. “Flat Ron” made a visit to our office Monday to start the campaign and the following days were filled with fundraising activities designed to promote support for United Way of East Central Iowa (UWECI). Several Continue reading

Doro and Kenney Named to ISBA’s Pro Bono Honor Roll

Bradley & Riley PC is proud to announce that attorneys Jessica A. Doro and Maureen G. Kenney were named to the Pro Bono Honor Roll in the October 2014 edition of The Iowa Lawyer. The Pro Bono Honor Roll recognizes attorneys for helping make the civil judicial system available to hundreds of low-income Iowans in the Continue reading