Erik Steven Fisk

Erik Steven Fisk

  • Business Law, Employment Law, Family Law
  • Iowa
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Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Employment Law
  • Family Law
Additional Practice Area
  • General Civil
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Iowa
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United States District Court for the Northern District (Bankruptcy)
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United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa
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United States District Court for the Southern District (Bankruptcy)
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United States District Court for the Southern District of Iowa
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Professional Experience
Associate Attorney
Whitfield & Eddy, P.L.C.
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Education
Drake University Law School
J.D.
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Honors: Dwight D. Opperman Scholar; Highest Honors; Order of the Coif
Activities: Drake Law Review, Editorial Board
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Awards
BV Peer Review Rated
Martindale-Hubbell
Professional Associations
Society for Human Resources Management
Senior Professional in Human Resources
- Current
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American Bar Association
(Sections: Labor & Employment Law; Litigation; Public Contract Law; Forum on the Construction Industry)
- Current
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Iowa Bar Association
(Section: Business Law)
- Current
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Polk County Bar Association
Member
- Current
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Legal Answers
12 Questions Answered

Q. My husband is blind and requires a driver who is employed on a as needed basis . His works from home and travels .
A: Discrimination claims depend on facts, and there simply aren't enough here to make a determination either way.
Q. im in Iowa any my neohew was charged with criminal mischeif in the second degree. the damage did no exceeded 2000.00,
A: Criminal mischief, second degree is a Class D felony. Under Iowa Code 902.9(1)(e); "A class “D” felon, not an habitual offender, shall be confined for no more than five years, and in addition shall be sentenced to a fine of at least seven hundred fifty dollars but not more than seven thousand five hundred dollars."
Q. What does it mean if a charge is dismissed?
A: If it's dismissed, the charge is no longer being brought. It depends on whether the dismissal was with or without prejudice as to whether it could ever be brought again.
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