Michael Storey

About Michael Storey

Mike Storey helps clients, both individuals and corporations, who are embroiled in complex litigation, including matters involving insurance coverage, business disputes, property damage, wrongful death, and professional malpractice. Mr. Storey takes great pride in being able to synthesize complex legal and factual issues into simple and persuasive arguments for both judges and juries. No dispute is too big, as Mike has experience with all phases of litigation and has been and is involved with numerous multi-million dollar controversies, in both state and federal courts.

Latest News

1 Mar, 2019

Does Nebraska’s Revised Summary Judgment Statute Require Submission Of A Statement Of Undisputed Material Facts?

2019-03-13T08:52:34-05:00March 1st, 2019|Nebraska Litigation & Trial Advisor|

Appealing Litigation first addressed the 2017 “facelift” to the summary judgment statute in an October 2017 blog post. In her post, Partner Cathy Trent-Vilim noted that the revisions to Nebraska’s summary judgment statute, Neb. Rev. Stat. § 25-1332, now require the moving party, as well as the responding party, to provide citations to the evidence in support of their assertions of fact. After the statute became effective, it was unclear [...]

4 Oct, 2018

Can my Company Really Be Sued in Nebraska? A Short Discussion on Personal Jurisdiction

2018-10-10T13:21:10-05:00October 4th, 2018|Appealing Litigation|

Imagine Plaintiff John Doe has sued your company in, of all places, Nebraska. After consulting Google and confirming Nebraska does, in fact, have more cattle than people (6.6 million cattle to 1.8 million residents), you realize your company and have done little business in the State of Nebraska and has had limited contact with the state or its residents. So are you required to defend yourself in a Nebraska court? [...]

Go to Top