Jack W. Leverenz is an attorney with Carmoney Law Firm, PLLC. He served as a law clerk in the Carmoney law offices until he was hired on as an attorney after successfully graduating from law school. Jack has worked in the legal field in both Iowa and Minnesota, and he currently practices law in the federal and state courts of Iowa.
The scope of Jack’s practice spreads across a spectrum of civil litigation and appeals, and includes family law, personal injury and property damage litigation, workers’ compensation defense, construction defect claims, products liability, motor vehicle accidents, intentional torts, business litigation, contract construction and disputes, and employment issues.
Jack is a graduate of the University of Iowa, and received his juris doctorate with honors from Drake University Law School. Jack was a member of the Drake Journal of Agricultural Law. His note, entitled Corn Flakes aren’t just for Kellogg’s: A Look at Corn Stover and its Effect on Leasing in the Landlord-Tenant Farmer Relationship, can be found in the 2012 fall edition of the Drake Journal of Agricultural Law. Jack has also served as a contributor for various legal presentations for multiple businesses in Iowa and Ohio.
Jack is a member of the Iowa State Bar Association, Polk County Bar Association, and the Iowa-Nebraska Chapter of the International Association of Special Investigative Units. He is licensed to practice law in all state and federal courts of Iowa.