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11 Jun, 2024

What to Do if You Believe Your Property Tax Valuation is Too High

2024-06-11T19:07:24-05:00June 11th, 2024|Corporate Law, Latest News, Tax|

Beginning in June, the final valuation for properties in Nebraska will be released. After the final valuation are released, the window for protesting the valuation begins, and it runs through July 1st. The valuation of property is important to taxpayers because it is the bases that is used to determine a taxpayer’s property tax liability. The increasing valuations leave a lot of people wondering: What can I do if I [...]

7 Jun, 2024

How Will The Federal Rule Banning Non-Competes Affect Employment Agreements in Nebraska?

2024-06-11T19:04:18-05:00June 7th, 2024|Construction Contractor Advisor, Latest News|

In April 2024, the Federal Trade Commission issued a final rule banning almost all noncompete clauses nationwide. As you may already know, a noncompete clause is typically part of a larger employment agreement between a worker and employer and essentially prevents a worker from competing with their employer after their employment ends. In the construction industry, noncompetes have historically been used to protect companies’ investments in their skilled workforce and [...]

28 May, 2024

LDM Proudly Recognizes Attorneys Selected as 2024 Super Lawyers and Great Plains Rising Stars

2024-05-28T13:32:37-05:00May 28th, 2024|Latest News|

Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP is pleased to announce five attorneys have been selected to the 2024 Great Plains Super Lawyers list in addition to attorney Erin K. Artz who has been selected as a 2024 Great Plains Rising Star. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The annual selections [...]

17 May, 2024

Nebraska Supreme Court Strengthens Lien Claims

2024-06-07T11:53:49-05:00May 17th, 2024|Construction Contractor Advisor, News|

In an opinion issued this March, the Nebraska Supreme Court strengthened contractors’ rights to file liens to protect their interests in property upon which they performed work. The case was Nore Electric v. S&H Holdings, 316 Neb. 197 (2024). In that case, the Court held that an owner could not transfer its ownership interest free of contractors’ lien interests during a period following a notice of termination. Under Nebraska law, [...]

14 May, 2024

New Iowa Rules of Appellate Procedure

2024-05-14T13:09:41-05:00May 14th, 2024|Appealing Litigation, Appellate Work, Latest News|

An appeal can be a powerful tool for litigants. An appeal allows an appellate court, a new group of judges, to review whether certain contested issues were properly ruled and decided on by the district court judge. For example, strong appellate advocacy can potentially reverse multimillion dollar verdicts or confirm that an early dismissal was proper. To help the appellate courts review district court rulings, litigants are guided by certain [...]

10 May, 2024

Life at LDM | Attorney Spotlight, Cathy Trent-Vilim

2024-05-10T14:17:05-05:00May 10th, 2024|Latest News, Life at LDM|

Cathy Trent-Vilim, Partner What is your definition of success? For me, success has two key components.  Professionally, I think there is some truth to the maxim, ‘Do what you love and success will follow.’  To the extent I have any success as an attorney, it is because I love what I do (at least most days). What's the most unique part about working at LDM? The culture, which [...]

8 May, 2024

Sean A. Minahan and Austin C. Printz Obtained Favorable Ruling in Federal Crop Insurance Arbitration Case

2024-05-08T12:14:53-05:00May 8th, 2024|Latest News|

Partner Sean A. Minahan and Attorney Austin C. Printz obtained a favorable ruling for a farmer from north central Nebraska whose 2021 crop insurance claim was originally denied for lack of an insurable cause of loss for his dryland and irrigated crops. While the insurer later admitted to an insurable cause of loss on the farmers dryland crops, the insurer denied the claim alleging the farmer failed [...]

7 May, 2024

Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst: Insurance Policies for Addressing Risks on Construction Projects

2024-05-07T11:29:47-05:00May 7th, 2024|Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Contracts|

By: Callie A. Kanthack Construction projects involve significant risks to owners, designers, and contractors.  Many of these risks are allocated in the parties’ contracts.  Risks may also be allocated to insurance companies through policies. By providing coverage for losses, insurance companies protect against certain financial losses and may also indemnify and defend against any claims or lawsuits filed against you.  The most common policies for construction projects include worker’s compensation, [...]

26 Apr, 2024

Drake’s ABA Moot Court Competition

2024-04-26T13:03:52-05:00April 26th, 2024|Latest News|

Drake Law School’s ABA NAAC (National Appellate Advocacy Competition) Moot Court team competed in February in the regional competition that took place in Boston at the First Circuit Court of Appeals. Lamson Dugan & Murray law clerk Kelsey Schott was a member of the team. The team received their problem in November, submitted their brief in early January, and prepared for competition through January and February. Local attorneys and judges [...]

26 Apr, 2024

Partner Cathy Trent-Vilim Argues Three Separate Cases in Front of the Nebraska Supreme Court

2024-05-01T09:36:03-05:00April 26th, 2024|Latest News|

During the Nebraska Supreme Court’s recent March and April sessions, Partner Cathy Trent-Vilim presented oral arguments in three separate cases. The first was an appeal defending healthcare professionals. In that appeal, Ms. Trent-Vilim argued the trial court properly granted a directed verdict in favor of the healthcare professional after the plaintiff could not establish his medical expert was sufficiently familiar with the local community where the medical services [...]

26 Apr, 2024

LDM Defends Trustee on Appeal

2024-04-26T09:50:30-05:00April 26th, 2024|Latest News|

Lamson Dugan & Murray Attorney Ryan P. Tunink presented oral argument to the Iowa Court of Appeals on April 17, 2024, in an appeal defending the appointment of a trustee. The appeal is part of an ongoing intra-family dispute regarding the administration of a woman’s trust. In this specific appeal, Tunink argued that the district court correctly appointed his client as trustee in accordance with the terms of [...]

26 Apr, 2024

LDM Celebrates Drake Law’s Moot Court Advocacy

2024-04-26T09:41:23-05:00April 26th, 2024|Latest News|

Attorney Ted Appel, current law clerk Kelsey Schott, and former law clerk Kendra Sparby were recently recognized by Drake Law School for their contributions to its Moot Court Program. Ted was made as an honorary member to the Order of Barristers, a national society whose purpose is to recognize special efforts and contributions to moot court programs in American law schools, for his volunteer work in judging moot court events [...]

22 Apr, 2024

LDM Defends Healthcare Providers on Appeal

2024-04-22T08:51:26-05:00April 22nd, 2024|Latest News|

Attorney Theodore T. Appel presented oral arguments to the Iowa Supreme Court on Thursday, March 21, 2024 in an appeal defending hospitals and healthcare professionals. The appeal involved Iowa Code section 147.140, known as the certificate of merit affidavit statute. This statute requires a plaintiff to provide an affidavit from a qualified medical expert early in litigation that verifies the allegations of medical malpractice. Failure to substantially comply [...]

19 Apr, 2024

Taking An Insurance “Award” at Face Value: When A Producer Stood His Ground

2024-04-19T14:42:03-05:00April 19th, 2024|Agriculture, Latest News, Midwest Agricultural Law|

Recently, we handled a denial of insurance claim on behalf of a Nebraska Producer who experienced abnormally low yields as a result of an unprecedented drought.  The Producer had a valid Federal Crop Insurance Policy and submitted a claim to his insurance company for the loss, using grain scale tickets, where the Producer noted which loads came from certain fields in accordance with the Loss Adjustment Manual (“LAM”), as evidence. [...]

10 Apr, 2024

Erin K. Artz Authored Feature Article in The Nebraska Lawyer

2024-04-10T07:56:05-05:00April 10th, 2024|Latest News|

Attorney Erin K. Artz authored “Family Business Succession Planning” which was featured in The Nebraska Lawyer’s March/April issue. The article discusses the importance of succession planning for family businesses, particularly as the owner ages. It emphasizes the need for a comprehensive plan that addresses management, ownership, and tax considerations well in advance of the owner's planned exit from the business. The article notes the high failure rates in [...]

10 Apr, 2024

Monte L. Schatz Issue Editor for The Nebraska Lawyer Magazine’s Recent Issue

2024-04-10T07:54:25-05:00April 10th, 2024|Latest News|

As the issue editor for The Nebraska Lawyer’s March/April issue, Monte L. Schatz, undertook a range of responsibilities. These included the confirmation of topics and authors for articles, organizing the preferred order for articles where applicable, collecting and reviewing articles for content, gathering approved author bios and headshots if not provided with the article, and finally, coordinating the submission of all reviewed articles and bios for final review. [...]

3 Apr, 2024

Eric W. Tiritilli & Sean A. Minahan Presented to Farm Managers on Agency Law

2024-04-17T09:51:21-05:00April 3rd, 2024|Latest News|

Partners Eric W. Tiritilli and Sean A. Minahan gave a presentation to farm managers on agency law, their role as fiduciaries, and how to best help them from inadvertently binding their company to duties not obligated under a contract. Mr. Tiritilli and Mr. Minahan provided helpful scenarios that were insightful and well received by the audience.

2 Apr, 2024

Omaha Community Foundation: Q&A With Daniel J. Waters

2024-04-02T08:02:27-05:00April 2nd, 2024|Latest News|

Partner Daniel J. Waters recently sat down with the Omaha Community Foundation for an interview where he shared the importance of working with experts when making financial decisions, including when it comes to charitable giving. Click here to read his full interview.

22 Mar, 2024

Mark E. Novotny Presented at the 2024 Creighton University/CHI Maternal Child Health Conference

2024-03-22T12:24:03-05:00March 22nd, 2024|Latest News|

Partner Mark E. Novotny presented at the 2024 Creighton University/CHI Maternal Child Health Conference at Lakeside Hospital on Wednesday, March 20, 2024. This annual program is designed to provide education to nurses on various issues that impact the care delivered to the neonatal, pediatric and maternal population and to advance the quality of care provided in the hospital and clinic settings. Mr. Novotny spoke to 117 obstetrical labor [...]

20 Mar, 2024

Attorney Ted Appel Judged Oral Arguments at Drake Law School

2024-03-20T10:11:50-05:00March 20th, 2024|Latest News|

Attorney Ted Appel judged oral arguments conducted by first year law students of Drake Law School on March 19, 2024, for the First Year Oral Argument Competition. These oral arguments are designed for first year law students at Drake Law School to gain practical experience in the art of appellate advocacy and receive real time feedback on their advocacy from members of the legal community. This semester’s oral [...]

15 Mar, 2024

Life at LDM | Attorney Spotlight, Michael L. Storey

2024-03-15T09:22:37-05:00March 15th, 2024|Latest News, Life at LDM|

Michael L. Storey, Attorney What is your definition of success? Success is finding happiness and sharing it with others. Some days finding happiness can be harder than others. But if I can find and share some happiness every day, either professionally (for a client or co-worker) or at home (for friends, family, or even complete strangers), I consider that day to be a success. What's the most unique [...]

5 Mar, 2024

Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP Welcomes Attorney Rebecca M. Queensland

2024-03-05T13:29:10-06:00March 5th, 2024|Latest News|

Rebecca Queensland is a corporate attorney in LDM’s Omaha office. She graduated cum laude from Hamline University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies and Business Administration. During her time at Hamline, Rebecca was a member of the nationally competitive mock trial team and served as a legal research and writing tutor. She went on to earn her Juris Doctorate from the Sandra Day O'Connor [...]

5 Mar, 2024

Not So Guaranteed: Can Small Losses Render a Sizable Liquidated Damages Provision Unenforceable?

2024-03-05T13:35:01-06:00March 5th, 2024|Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Contracts, Latest News|

A “Liquidated Damages” provision should be a key part of your playbook when entering a construction contract. These damages typically apply when a party misses a performance deadline. The value of damages is usually expressed in a certain amount of dollars per day. Liquidated Damages are intended to avoid the difficult task of figuring out the economic impact of delayed performance. In many cases, an accurate estimation is quite difficult [...]

23 Feb, 2024

LDM Presented at the 2024 Landowner Workshop Series

2024-02-23T11:52:20-06:00February 23rd, 2024|Latest News|

On February 22, 2024, Partner Daniel J. Waters gave a presentation on how to better manage the estate planning process at the Farmers National Company’s 2024 Landowner Workshop Series in Phoenix, AZ. These nationwide workshops help landowners plan for the future, build their legacy and educate their families on succession planning. Click here to learn more.

14 Feb, 2024

Iowa Supreme Court Issued a Unanimous Opinion Indicating a Certificate of Merit Affidavit is Not Required for a Negligent Retention Claim

2024-02-14T10:18:49-06:00February 14th, 2024|Latest News, LDM MedMal Forum|

The Iowa Supreme Court recently issued a unanimous, but narrowly written, opinion involving Iowa Code section 147.140, commonly known as the certificate of merit affidavit statute, on February 9, 2024 named Jorgensen v. Smith et. al. The main issue on appeal was whether a plaintiff needs to provide a timely certificate of merit affidavit from a qualified expert to attest that an entity was negligent in retaining medical [...]

25 Jan, 2024

Life at LDM | Attorney Spotlight, Olivia R. McDowell

2024-01-25T11:52:43-06:00January 25th, 2024|Latest News, Life at LDM|

Olivia R. McDowell, Attorney What is your definition of success? My definition of success changes daily. Some days, success is winning a big dispositive motion or obtaining a favorable result for a client. Other days, it is just checking something minor off a to do list or supporting a colleague. There has been a trend toward only associating success with big wins or accomplishments, but as an attorney, [...]

25 Jan, 2024

AI: Powerful Collaborators, but Not Managers

2024-01-25T11:34:59-06:00January 25th, 2024|Artificial Intelligence, Corporate Law, Latest News, Risk Management|

So warned IBM in 1979 in its internal training materials. 45 years later, artificial intelligence, at least in the news, cannot be escaped. From OpenAI’s ChatGPT large language model, to Midjourney’s text-to-image generator, the Internet abounds with tools that claim to be able to perform tasks that, until quite recently, required human creativity and spark. Is this something that we should fear? As the author is acutely aware, the creators [...]

24 Jan, 2024

Wages for Federal Construction Projects: New Requirements Under Davis-Bacon Act and Executive Order 14026

2024-01-24T14:09:46-06:00January 24th, 2024|Construction Contractor Advisor, Davis Bacon Act, Federal Construction Projects|

How much are you paying your employees?  Wages for federally-funded construction projects have increased under the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts and Executive Order 14026. The Davis-Bacon and Related Acts (“DBRA”) applies to contractors and subcontractors performing work on federally-funded or assisting with contracts in excess of $2,000.00 for the construction, alteration, or repair of public buildings or public works.  The DBRA requires federal contractors and their subcontractors to pay employees [...]

23 Jan, 2024

LDM Participates in Grow Nebraska Women’s Business Center’s BAIL Series

2024-01-23T15:01:45-06:00January 23rd, 2024|Latest News|

LDM is proud to participate in Grow Nebraska Women’s Business Center’s BAIL Series. BAIL stands for banker, accountant, insurance and legal. These entities are crucial to the growth and proper development of a business. LDM’s participation in the office hours for the BAIL series will allow access to quality information. Office Hours for the BAIL Series will be hosted every Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at Heartland Workforce [...]

23 Jan, 2024

LDM Elects Cathy Trent-Vilim and Rick Harris to Management Committee

2024-01-23T10:12:48-06:00January 23rd, 2024|Latest News|

Lamson Dugan and Murray LLP announces the election of Cathy Trent-Vilim as the newest member of the Management Committee. This decision, made by the Partnership of the Firm, solidifies Cathy's position alongside Omaha Partners Patrick G. Vipond and Kyle Wallor, as well as Des Moines Partner Rick Harris. Rick, also a newer member of the Management Committee, joined in January of last year. Cathy specializes in the [...]

23 Jan, 2024

Joint Ventures: When Helping Out Can Create Legal Issues

2024-01-25T11:05:04-06:00January 23rd, 2024|Agriculture, Latest News, Midwest Agricultural Law|

In any ag community there is lot of cooperation and partnership between farming operations and the ag industries that service those operations.  Neighbors may loan equipment and labor to put in, maintain, or harvest a crop, while others do the same to care for livestock.  In some cases, an ag service may call in another provider to cover a client’s needs.  Generally, this cooperation and partnership works well and helps [...]

10 Jan, 2024

LDM Obtained Summary Judgment in Medical Malpractice Case

2024-01-10T10:47:41-06:00January 10th, 2024|Latest News|

After 7 years of litigation, two mistrials, and only days before starting a third jury trial, LDM obtained summary judgment in a medical malpractice case. The case involved a woman who lost her breast after developing mastitis caused by an especially aggressive strain of MRSA. The parties first tried the case in the summer of 2022. It ended in a mistrial after 3 jurors were excused less [...]

5 Jan, 2024

Callie A. Kanthack Selected to Join The Women’s Fund of Omaha

2024-02-14T10:06:31-06:00January 5th, 2024|Latest News|

Attorney Callie A. Kanthack has been selected to join The Women’s Fund Circles Class 12. The Women’s Fund addresses gender-based inequities in our community through collaboration that identifies, researches and creates solutions to advance, educate and fund lasting impact. Circles is a diverse network of professionals who support the mission of the Women’s Fund to improve the lives of all women, girls and anyone facing gender-based oppression in [...]

4 Jan, 2024

Corporate Transparency Act: What You Need to Know

2024-01-04T10:54:30-06:00January 4th, 2024|Corporate Formalities, Corporate Law, Latest News|

Congress passed the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) to capture more information about the ownership of specific business entities operating in the United States. The CTA accomplishes this by requesting business entities that are deemed "reporting companies" to provide "beneficial ownership information" to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Starting January 1, 2024, existing business entities that are required to report under the CTA have one year to make the initial [...]

2 Jan, 2024

Your Contract Terms Should Not Be “Standard”

2024-01-02T11:30:04-06:00January 2nd, 2024|Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Contracts, Nebraska Construction|

Many clients come through our doors because a project has gone wrong due to obligations they unknowingly take on after signing “industry standard” contracts. Standard industry contracts make for good starting points, but careful contractors will want to move beyond, or at least study, the “typical” terms in a contract to maximize the opportunities for success on a project, including being paid for the work you complete. Form Contracts Favor [...]

2 Jan, 2024

LDM Names Andrew R. Wilkinson as Partner

2024-01-02T10:30:26-06:00January 2nd, 2024|Latest News|

Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP (LDM) names Andrew R. Wilkinson as partner to the Firm. Previously an associate at the Firm, Andrew Wilkinson continues his practice in the litigation department. His areas of expertise include construction litigation, transportation litigation, medical malpractice defense, business dispute litigation, and insurance matters. Andrew enjoys representing contractors, subcontractors, developers, owners, material suppliers and design professionals in construction disputes. He has extensive first chair [...]

15 Dec, 2023

Andrew C. Johnson Obtains Summary Judgement in Will Dispute

2023-12-15T10:41:38-06:00December 15th, 2023|Latest News|

After lengthy litigation that began in October 2020, Partner Andrew C. Johnson and his team at LDM obtained summary judgment dismissal of all pending claims against his clients, the Respondents, in a Will dispute pending in Black Hawk County, Iowa. The Petitioner sought to have a Will set aside due to undue influence and lack of capacity. As the case progressed, Petitioner added claims for alleged fraud and [...]

14 Dec, 2023

United States ex rel. Kraemer v. United Dairies, L.L.P.: A Hard Lesson in Proper Training and Regulation Drafting

2023-12-14T10:37:33-06:00December 14th, 2023|Agriculture, Latest News|

Recently, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals decided United States ex rel. Kraemer v. United Dairies, L.L.P., a case involving an application for crop insurance and the False Claims Act. The court held that a false claim had not been made, because the record only established that United Dairies received the crop insurance coverage it paid for, and the insurance provider regularly paid these types of claims despite violations of [...]

13 Dec, 2023

LDM Proud to Sponsor Las Posadas Celebration

2023-12-13T14:57:44-06:00December 13th, 2023|Latest News|

LDM was proud to be a sponsor of the "Las Posadas" Celebration put on by Casa de la Cultura at the Elevator Co-Warehousing + Community space on December 8, 2023. The event featured food and drinks from local business and musical and cultural performances. The "Las Posadas" Celebration highlighted the work of Casa de la Cultura and its partners the Latino Economic Development Council, the Barrientos Scholarship Foundation, Metro Young [...]

8 Dec, 2023

Open Communication and Good Contracts Keep the Peace

2023-12-08T11:11:12-06:00December 8th, 2023|Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Contracts|

It is a common occurrence for a home construction project to encounter delays, whether due to a change in project scope, weather conditions, delayed building materials, or a labor shortage. These delays can cause problems which can be avoided with a simple concept: open communication and clear provisions in a construction agreement. Oftentimes, an issue arises early in the building process that, if identified and communicated early, could have been [...]

5 Dec, 2023

Mercy High School’s Varsity Mock Trial Team, Coached by Attorney Olivia McDowell, Took Third in the Omaha Region

2023-12-05T11:31:32-06:00December 5th, 2023|Latest News|

Attorney Olivia McDowell, alongside teacher coach Mr. Brooks Humphreys, spent this fall coaching Mercy High School's Varsity and Junior Varsity mock trial teams who competed in the Nebraska State Bar Foundation's annual mock trial program. Beginning in September, the team met to learn the basics of being a trial attorney or witness and built a case theory. This year's case was a criminal trial centered upon the dissemination of national [...]

20 Nov, 2023

Life at LDM | Attorney Spotlight, Ryan P. Tunink

2023-11-20T13:12:58-06:00November 20th, 2023|Latest News, Life at LDM|

Ryan P. Tunink, Attorney What is your definition of success? Success is improving each time you try something while finding joy in trying it. What's the most unique part about working at LDM? The most unique part of working at LDM, at least as an associate, is how quickly the firm helps you get practical experience at every step of the litigation process. The partners at LDM are [...]

17 Nov, 2023

Adam R. Feeney Presented at the Midlands African Chamber’s Xcelerator Program

2023-11-17T16:15:48-06:00November 17th, 2023|Latest News|

Partner Adam R. Feeney presented at the Midlands African Chamber’s Xcelerator Program on November 7, 2023. The Xcelerator Program is an enterprise accelerator program designed to strengthen, energize, and support startups and small businesses led by BlPOC entrepreneurs in Nebraska and throughout the Midlands. Adam presented on different types of business entities and their potential pros and cons, as well as other business formation issues. He has represented clients in [...]

17 Nov, 2023

Sean A. Minahan Presented to the Nebraska LEAD Program on Farm Succession and Continuity Planning

2023-11-17T16:08:58-06:00November 17th, 2023|Agriculture, Latest News|

Partner Sean Minahan recently provided a "Farm Succession and Continuity Planning" presentation to the Nebraska LEAD Program, 2022-2024 LEAD Fellows 41. The LEAD Fellows were provided in depth information as to the necessity of succession planning, the vehicles for an effective succession plan, and how a proper succession plan will ensure the continuity of a farming and ranching operation for the next generation.

26 Oct, 2023

LDM Expands Suit Scholarship to Drake Law School

2023-10-26T10:39:28-05:00October 26th, 2023|Latest News|

LDM is proud to share that the LDM Suit Scholarship has been extended to Drake Law School to help students put their best foot forward. Earlier this year LDM launched a suit scholarship for Creighton law students that is designed to reduce barriers to entry in the legal profession. Each scholarship is an award of up to $500 to help alleviate the financial burden of purchasing business professional attire for [...]

23 Oct, 2023

Is a Contractor Entitled to Prejudgment Interest on Contracts in Nebraska?

2023-10-23T14:54:17-05:00October 23rd, 2023|Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Contracts, Nebraska Construction Law|

In a recent ruling by the Nebraska Supreme Court, the answer was YES. Nebraska’s prejudgment interest statute provides that parties are entitled to twelve percent (12%) interest per annum on money due on any instrument in writing (such as a contract), unless the parties agree on another amount or to waive contractual interest. The statute provides that the account bears interest from the date of billing unless paid within thirty [...]

19 Oct, 2023

Honoring Nebraska Bar Association President and LDM Partner Jason W. Grams

2023-10-20T14:26:47-05:00October 19th, 2023|Latest News|

On Wednesday, October 18th, hundreds of distinguished members of the bench and bar, along with 14 attorneys from LDM, gathered in the Gold Coast Ballroom of the Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel in Omaha to celebrate the Nebraska State Bar Presidency of LDM Partner Jason W. Grams. Those in attendance celebrated Jason’s hard work and dedication to the Bar Association over the past year. After Jason summarized some of the [...]

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