701 P Street, Suite 301
The Creamery Building
Lincoln, NE 68508
Nichole Bogen is a partner at Lamson Dugan & Murray, and a member of the Firm’s Litigation Department. She joined the firm as a partner in 2019, and opened the Firm’s Lincoln office. Ms. Bogen is licensed in Nebraska. She practices before state and federal courts in Nebraska, as well as the United States District Court of Colorado and the United States District Court of North Dakota. She has been admitted to practice pro hac vice in litigation pending in the state and federal courts of Iowa, South Dakota, and Missouri.
Her practice focuses within the transportation industry and similarly situated businesses. Ms. Bogen has represented clients in matters involving a variety of railroad laws including the Federal Employer’s Liability Act, Locomotive Inspection Act, and the Federal Railroad Safety Act; railroad grade crossings accidents, track incidents, trespasser incidents, and derailments. She has also represented clients in federal and state employment laws in discrimination, harassment, medical leave, wrongful termination, wage and hour claims, and retaliation. In addition, she has handled real property and construction disputes, personal injury and property damage claims, and guardianship, conservatorship, and small probate estates.
Ms. Bogen is a native of Nebraska with ties to both the west and east sides of the state. She graduated from Lincoln High School, and after spending a year in Israel living, studying, and working on a kibbutz, she and her husband returned to Chicago to receive her Bachelor of Arts degree from Moody Bible Institute. She started law school in Chicago at Loyola and completed her Juris Doctorate at the University of Nebraska College of Law. At law school, Ms. Bogen received awards for her scholarship in legal writing and research, property law, and international business transactions.
Outside of the legal profession, Nichole enjoys hiking with her husband and the family dogs, spending time and traveling with their two active teenagers, gardening, skiing, and reading.