Attorneys News

Featured Stories

Our world is moving faster now than ever before and the evolution of our laws doesn’t show any sign of slowing down. Hartung Schroeder is working at the edge of these developments while providing our clients with insights and strategies that reduce risk and benefit their bottom-line.

All Stories

Hartung Schroeder Names Travis Brenner as Associate Attorney

Des Moines, Iowa – October 29, 2021 – Travis Brenner has been hired as an associate attorney at Hartung Schroeder Law Firm, Des Moines, Iowa. Travis graduated from Drake University Law School (with honors) in May of 2021 – where he earned both his J.D. and M.B.A degrees.   He was admitted to the Iowa Bar

Charlie Wittmack representing Mindspring

Hartung Schroeder attorney Charlie Wittmack is representing Des Moines-based Mindspring Mental Health Alliance since a suit was filed against them from their former subsidiary. The national chapter is alleging a variety of trademark violations, including the misuse of its logo as Mainspring’s favicon — the tiny image that appears in tabs of an internet browser.

Restrictive Covenants – The Basics

By : Jon Garner In today’s employment environment, employees are increasingly being asked to sign “non-compete” agreements.  These types of agreements can take many forms and include a range of different restrictive covenants. For example, they can prohibit and/or restrict:  (a) the use of confidential and/or proprietary information; (b) the solicitation of customers; (c) the

Charlie Wittmack representing physician in Mitchell County

Hartung Schroeder attorney Charlie Wittmack is representing Dr. Mark Haganman, a physician in Mitchell County, who was abruptly terminated during the pandemic after 3 decades of service. In court documents filed last week, Dr. Haganman, formally employed by MercyOne, said as the COVID-19 pandemic triggered shutdowns and dozens of deaths in Mitchell County, healthcare leaders conspired

Residents demand answers about doctor’s dismissal

HSL trial attorney, Charlie Wittmack, is representing Dr. Mark Haganman, a renowned and highly-respected north Iowa physician. According to the Gazette, Dr. Haganman was terminated by Mitchell County Regional Health Center in November for voicing concerns about how MCRHC was dealing with COVID-19 patients. Dr. Haganman has served as a front-line health worker in the

Gaining a Different Perspective

By : Brad Schroeder It started when J.D. and I first partnered together in 2003, as we sometimes found it difficult because of busy schedules in the office to connect in a way that allowed us to be intentional about managing and growing our firm. We decided to schedule some time away from the office

Ready to talk? Our team is standing by.