At this year’s annual meeting the Nebraska Defense Counsel Association recognized Daniel Chesire and Mark Novotny for their excellent work as defense trial attorneys. Dan received the Masters Emeritus Award and Mark received the Defense Counsel of the Year Award. Congratulations Dan and Mark! The Nebraska Defense Counsel Association is a state-wide association dedicated to serving the needs of their members. Membership is open to Nebraska attorneys who devote a [...]
The Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC) group, which is comprised of 1200 defense lawyers world-wide highlighted LDM Partner Daniel Chesire in their July 2021 newsletter. Download the Article
A recent case issued by the Iowa Supreme Court addressed the “fair value” of stock in a closely held farm corporation buyout. In Guge v. Kassel Enterprises, No. 19-2151 (Iowa Sup. Ct June 18, 2021), the Court provided clarity for determining what factors Iowa courts consider in calculating the “fair value” of a corporation in lieu of a dissolution proceeding. In Guge, three siblings owned all of the shares of [...]
Partner Daniel J. Hassing was recently added to the list of panel counsel for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association’s Pilot Protection Services Plan. Dan joins just one of a handful of panel attorneys in Nebraska. Nationwide, the plan consists of a network of 750 panel attorneys across all 50 states. The plan assists pilots with issues affecting the pilot’s airman certificate or medical certificate. Panel attorneys assist pilots in [...]
The Missouri Supreme Court recently affirmed the dismissal of a toxic tort case obtained by a team led by Lamson Dugan & Murray attorney Daniel J. Hassing. The decision once again evidences the talent of LDM attorneys who were able to obtain a dismissal in the trial court and then defend it in the appellate courts. In the case, the plaintiff sued a Class I railroad, alleging that occupational exposure to [...]
The Nebraska Supreme Court recently appointed partner Michael Storey as the Chairperson of the Nebraska Disciplinary Review Board. Members of the Nebraska Disciplinary Review Board resolve appeals arising from disciplinary decisions made by the Nebraska Committee on Inquiry against Nebraska lawyers. Mr. Storey will serve in that role for a two year term.