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19 Mar, 2021

Five Things You Should Know About Nebraska’s Legal Malpractice Limitations Period

2021-03-19T12:34:28-05:00March 19th, 2021|Legal Malpractice, Limitation of Liability, Litigation, Nebraska Litigation & Trial Advisor, Statute of Limitations, Statute of Repose|

Legal malpractice claims are an unfortunate part of the practice of law.  Nebraska’s professional negligence statute is ‘occurrence based.’  See Neb. Rev. Stat. § 25-222.  That means the two-year limitations period is triggered by, and begins to run from, the date of the alleged negligent act or omission. As straightforward that may sound, as with most things there are exceptions.  So here are 5 things you should know: 1.The limitations [...]

6 Jun, 2019

Bargaining for an Arbitrator’s Decision–Know what you are getting

2019-06-04T13:48:37-05:00June 6th, 2019|Arbitration, Construction Contractor Advisor, Limitation of Liability|

Construction contracts have often included arbitration clauses and they can serve a good purpose of expediting resolution. But, what happens if the arbitrator gets it wrong? Your options are limited, and as one court stated: the parties bargained for an arbitrator’s decision; if the arbitrator got it wrong, then that was part of the bargain A recent case out of the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals (covering Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, [...]

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