Daniel M. Manning, Jr.

Daniel M. Manning, Jr.2018-11-16T16:33:12+00:00

dmmanning@lolaw.com

Office: 515-243-8157
Cell: 515-988-2659
Fax: 515-243-3919

Court Admissions
Iowa Supreme Court

Memberships
Polk County Bar Association
Iowa State Bar Association

Legal Assistant
Abby Berenstein
aberenstein@lolaw.com
515-310-1500

Daniel M. Manning, Jr. has experience providing clients with a wide variety of real estate related legal services.  These services include closing both residential and commercial real estate transactions, drafting both residential and commercial lease agreements, preparing real estate contracts and helping landowners forfeit their real estate contracts against a party in default, and working with landlord/tenant transactions.  He also helps landowners and developers at the municipal level with zoning matters, variance and conditional use permit applications, board of adjustment appeals and contract negotiations.

Daniel also advocates for his clients through litigation in Iowa’s state and appellate courts.  These litigation services include advocating for landowners to enforce their rights, including against state and local government and private utility companies who have condemned their property through eminent domain, and working with business owners to enforce their rights against debtors by enforcing their contracts for goods and services.

Education
Creighton University, B.A. 2011
Creighton University School of Law, J.D. 2014

Bar Admissions
Iowa

Representative Matters

  • Counsel for landowners appealing condemnation of property by state and city government agencies and private utility companies to District Court.

  • Helped businesses enforce contracts for goods and services as well as non-compete agreements and terms for payment.

  • Help clients with zoning and land use issues before various municipal government entities throughout the state.

  • Counsel for commercial property owner negotiating terms of lease with tenant.

  • Represented buyers and sellers of commercial and residential property throughout the state.

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