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2Dec, 2019

Nichole Bogen – Vice Chair of the NSBA’s Labor Relations and Employment Law Section

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At the annual meeting, Nichole Bogen was elected Vice Chair of the Nebraska State Bar Association’s Labor Relations and Employment Law Section. This is her second year of serving on the executive committee. The section is comprised of lawyers who practice or have an interest in labor relations and employment law. The section provides a forum for the discussion and development of substantive and procedural laws relating to the field [...]

26Nov, 2019

Martin – Presenter for MOBA and CSI Nebraska

By |November 26th, 2019|Categories: Latest News|0 Comments

Craig Martin, a partner at Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP, presented at Metro Omaha Builders Association in October and the Nebraska Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute in November. Mr. Martin spoke on the Anatomy of a Construction Lawsuit at the MOBA event and on Construction Contract Clauses at the CSI Nebraska event. Both events were held in Omaha, Nebraska. Mr. Martin focuses his practice on the construction industry, representing [...]

19Nov, 2019

Kyle Wallor – Presenter at the 2019 NARTC Fall Meeting

By |November 19th, 2019|Categories: Latest News|0 Comments

Kyle Wallor, a Partner at Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP, was one of 13 presenters at the 2019 National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel fall meeting .  NARTC is an organization of railroad trial attorneys across the United States and Canada.  NARTC provides a forum in educating, training, and assisting trial lawyers who represent railroads in litigation.  Mr. Wallor’s presentation, “Wait: What Do You Mean You Got Caught? Surveillance – [...]

11Nov, 2019

Coauthors Trent-Vilim and Feeney: Nebraska Supreme Court Shows the Weyh forward on Recovery of Prejudgment Interest

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LDM partners Cathy Trent-Vilim and Adam Feeney published a featured article in the November/December 2019, The Nebraska Lawyer, Vol 22 Issue 6.  The article relates to the Nebraska Supreme Court's clarification of decades of confusing case law related to prejudgment interest. Link to the article: https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.nebar.com/resource/resmgr/nebraskalawyer_2017plus/2019/novemberdecember/TNL-1119c.pdf Nebraska Supreme Court Shows the Weyh forward on Recovery of Prejudgment Interest Earlier this year, in Weyh v. Gottsch, the Nebraska Supreme Court clarified [...]

29Oct, 2019

Construction Law Lunch and Learn

By |October 29th, 2019|Categories: Construction Lien, Latest News, Lien Waiver|Tags: |0 Comments

Construction Law Join us Wednesday October 30, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. for a discussion of Construction Liens and Lien Waivers: Protecting Your Right to Payment During this presentation, we will discuss: Steps to ensure that you are preparing and filing your liens correctly What to review for before you sign a lien waiver We look forward to seeing you on October 30th at 11:30 a.m. at the offices of Lamson [...]

22Oct, 2019

Adam Feeney Elected Treasurer to NSBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Section

By |October 22nd, 2019|Categories: Latest News|0 Comments

Partner Adam Feeney was elected Treasurer to the NSBA’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Section.  The section studies the different alternatives for dispute resolution and the circumstances in which they are likely to work. The section uses both recognized concepts of due process and the efficient administration of justice, and make recommendations with respect to the promotion and implementation of various means of dispute resolution to the Executive Council and the House [...]