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27 Feb, 2018

Favorable Verdict in Auto Accident Defense Trial

By | 2018-07-11T18:15:59+00:00 February 27th, 2018|Latest News, Uncategorized|

Attorney Sarah Dempsey recently received a favorable verdict in an auto accident defense trial.  Ms. Dempsey’s client admitted liable for causing the accident.  The only remaining issue for trial was the amount of the plaintiff’s damages.  The plaintiff claimed she was injured in the accident and required medical treatment.  She wanted to hold Ms. Dempsey’s client liability for a spine surgery that occurred over three years after the accident in [...]

21 Feb, 2018

LDM Adds Another Lawyer to Those Admitted to United States Tax Court

By | 2018-07-11T18:15:59+00:00 February 21st, 2018|Latest News, Uncategorized|

LDM business and commercial trial lawyer Brian Brislen has been admitted to practice in the United States Tax Court.  Mr. Brislen joins Robert Murray, Dan Waters, Mark Novotny, Katie French and Joseph Borghoff as LDM lawyers admitted in the United States Tax Court.  Mr. Brislen is also admitted in Nebraska as well the United States District Court for the Districts of Nebraska, Colorado and the Southern District of Iowa, the [...]

21 Feb, 2018

Nebraska Court of Appeals Slogs Its Way Through the Jurisdictional Bog

By | 2018-04-23T20:50:32+00:00 February 21st, 2018|Appellate Work, Nebraska Litigation & Trial Advisor|

Almost two years ago I wrote about the "swamp" of appellate jurisdiction in family law cases.  Unfortunately, the statutes have gone unchanged, and so the appellate courts continue to slog their way through the swamp, trying to explain why one order by the court is not final and another one is.  It's a complicated dance. Just yesterday, in In re Interest of Jaydon W. & Ethan W., 25 Neb. App. [...]

12 Feb, 2018

LDM Secures Judgment of Nearly $2.2 Million in Litigated Joint Venture Business Dispute

By | 2018-07-11T18:15:59+00:00 February 12th, 2018|Latest News, Uncategorized|

LDM business and commercial trial lawyers Brian Brislen and Adam Feeney helped an LDM client obtain a judgment of nearly $2,200,000.  They represented the client at trial over three days in July of 2017, in a claim seeking payment of money owed after a nearly decade long farming operation ended.  The action sought to recover the full amount of the profits owed to LDM’s client, plus interest.  After the close [...]

7 Feb, 2018

Is Equal Always Fair? The Importance of Thoughtful Business Succession Planning

By | 2018-07-03T14:57:00+00:00 February 7th, 2018|Construction Contractor Advisor, Farm Management, Midwest Agricultural Law|

Originally submitted by Dan Waters, Attorney & Sean Minahan, Attorneys  Lamson, Dugan and Murray, LLP; Proud members of C2C in the LICA Contractor.  The issues and discussions addressed in the following apply equally to family farm succession planning as they do for succession planning of family owned contracting companies.   Christmas Dinner, 2042: Steve: Mike, pass the sweet potatoes. . . . Mike, I said pass the sweet potatoes! Mike:  [...]