Dickinson, Mackaman, Tyler & Hagen, P.C.

Dickinson, Mackaman, Tyler & Hagen, P.C. is a general practice law firm in Des Moines, Iowa. Our attorneys provide a full range of legal and business counseling services to a client base that includes large corporations, small businesses, governmental entities and not-for-profit organizations with interests in Iowa.

Join us for Episide #4 of the Beyond Juris podcast as we talk with CEO Jason Bogart and Founder Nort Salz from Deep Customer Connections, Inc. (DCC) about how they achieved a successful owner/leadership transition. You won’t want to miss this new episode of our podcast co-hosted by Attorneys Grace Bogart and Andrea Rastelli. Beyond Juris is Iowa’s only syndicated legal podcast in the market. You can stream it now on the new podcast page
Join us for Episide #4 of the Beyond Juris podcast as we talk with CEO Jason Bogart and Founder Nort Salz from Deep Customer Connections, Inc. (DCC) about how they achieved a successful owner/leadership transition. You won’t want to miss this new episode of our podcast co-hosted by Attorneys Grace Bogart and Andrea Rastelli. Beyond Juris is Iowa’s only syndicated legal podcast in the market. You can stream it now on the new podcast page
This week the IRS issued two rulings, Revenue Ruling 2020-27 and Revenue Procedure 2020-51 providing guidance to taxpayers who have received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. Although the forgiveness of a PPP Loan is not taxable, expenses paid with the proceeds of a forgiven loan are not deductible. The discussion below assumes that the taxpayers report income on a calendar year basis.  Fiscal year taxpayers would apply the same rules, but the dates would change.…
This week the IRS issued two rulings, Revenue Ruling 2020-27 and Revenue Procedure 2020-51 providing guidance to taxpayers who have received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. Although the forgiveness of a PPP Loan is not taxable, expenses paid with the proceeds of a forgiven loan are not deductible. The discussion below assumes that the taxpayers report income on a calendar year basis.  Fiscal year taxpayers would apply the same rules, but the dates would change.…
This week the IRS issued two rulings, Revenue Ruling 2020-27 and Revenue Procedure 2020-51 providing guidance to taxpayers who have received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. Although the forgiveness of a PPP Loan is not taxable, expenses paid with the proceeds of a forgiven loan are not deductible. The discussion below assumes that the taxpayers report income on a calendar year basis.  Fiscal year taxpayers would apply the same rules, but the dates would change.…
If you have been considering federal trademark registration for your brand, acting now may be better than kicking the can into 2021.  The USPTO officially published its plans to increase and add fees for trademark registration beginning on January 2, 2021, via Final Rule dated 11/17/2020. The Rule increases fees for all filing types, some existing fees increasing by as much as $150. In addition, the Rule imposes six new filing fees including a…
If you have been considering federal trademark registration for your brand, acting now may be better than kicking the can into 2021.  The USPTO officially published its plans to increase and add fees for trademark registration beginning on January 2, 2021, via Final Rule dated 11/17/2020. The Rule increases fees for all filing types, some existing fees increasing by as much as $150. In addition, the Rule imposes six new filing fees including a…
If you have been considering federal trademark registration for your brand, acting now may be better than kicking the can into 2021.  The USPTO officially published its plans to increase and add fees for trademark registration beginning on January 2, 2021, via Final Rule dated 11/17/2020. The Rule increases fees for all filing types, some existing fees increasing by as much as $150. In addition, the Rule imposes six new filing fees including a…
Episode #3 of Beyond Juris is now available featuring a conversation with entrepreneur Taufeek Shah, CEO and Founder of cult favorite Lola’s Fine Hot Sauce.   Hosted by Attorneys Andrea Rastelli and Grace Bogart, this episode focuses on how Shah grew from selling hot sauce using his mother’s recipe at local farmer’s markets to stocking products at thousands of retail and grocery stores throughout the U.S. and Canada, including Target, Costco, Kroger, Hy-Vee, Whole Foods, and more.  Don’t miss this…