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Jeff Johnson joins Crary Huff Law Firm

Jeff Johnson joins Crary Huff Law Firm

Crary, Huff, Ringgenberg, Hartnett & Storm, P.C. is pleased to announce that attorney Jeffrey A. Johnson has joined the firm at its office in downtown Sioux City. Originally from Primghar, Iowa, Jeff graduated from Iowa State University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. He then attended the University of Missouri – …

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Laura Schmitt

Laura Schmitt has been appointed to serve on the Iowa State Bar Association’s Business Law Section Council for 2017-2018

Attorney Laura Schmitt has been appointed to serve on the Iowa State Bar Association’s Business Law Section Council for 2017-2018. The Business Law Section Council examines recent and upcoming legislation, organizes continuing legal education opportunities for Iowa lawyers, and reviews best practices as they relate to business law.

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Crary Huff receives 2017 Bicycle Friendly Employer by SIMPCO

Crary Huff Law Firm has been named the 2017 Bicycle Friendly Employer by the Siouxland Interstate Metropolitan Planning Council (SIMPCO). This award is given to organizations whose culture and facilities promote bicycle commuting by its employees. As part of the design of its 2016 new office project, Crary Huff and CMBA Architects included amenities such …

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Mick Connealy presents at seminar on Iowa’s Power of Attorney Act

Mick Connealy recently gave a presentation on Iowa’s Uniform Power of Attorney Act to a group of local attorneys. The seminar was hosted by Iowa Legal Aid as part of their annual continuing education seminar for attorneys. His fellow presenters included Iowa Supreme Court Justice Daryl Hecht and Iowa District 3B Chief Judge Duane Hoffmeyer. …

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Crary Huff Law Firm supports 2015 Mr. Goodfellow Charity

The Crary Huff Law Firm is a proud, longtime supporter of the Mr. Goodfellow Charity and is happy to support the 2015 campaign. Proceeds from the Sioux City Journal’s Goodfellow campaign are used to provide toys and books for area children. “We are honored to give back to the community that has supported Crary Huff …

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