Jan-Pro of Omaha, which has been owned since 2016 by Tumi Oluyole, was named the Greater Omaha Chamber’s July Small Business of the Month. (Courtesy Jan-Pro of Omaha)

Small Business of the Month

Jan-Pro of Omaha Scrubs Away Germs to Keep Businesses Healthy

By Emily Kerr

The Daily Record

Tumi Oluyole and his team members ain’t afraid of no dust.

The employees of Jan-Pro of Omaha look like they belong in the cast of “Ghostbusters” as they wear professional-grade vacuum backpacks and use the latest technology to eliminate their enemy – in this case, dust, dirt and grime.
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 Brad Boyum of Boyum Law Firm came to law through golf, unlike many in the legal field. (Photo by Scott Stewart)


Boyum Went From Playing Golf
To Practicing Law, Not Vice Versa

By Andy Roberts

The Daily Record

The table in Brad Boyum’s conference room, where many arrangements are finalized, rather succinctly states the fundamental essence of his firm.

Featured in the blog on his website and in a newsletter, the conference room table is a hand-me-down from his great uncle’s doctor’s office. Boyum received it from his father. 

“It fits well with my conver-sations with clients and who they want personal property to go to,” Boyum said.

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PromiseShip Sues State After Losing Contract

   Lincoln (AP) – A firm that has managed child welfare cases in the Omaha area for years will sue Nebraska state officials who awarded a new contract to a different nonprofit. 

   PromiseShip announced plans Monday to file the lawsuit after the officials with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services said they intended to grant a new five-year contract to Kansas-based St. Francis Ministries. 

   St. Francis Ministries offered to handle child welfare cases in Douglas and Sarpy counties for $197 million, far less than the $341 million bid from PromiseShip. 

   PromiseShip has argued that St. Francis Ministries’ proposal should have been disqualified for failing to meet the terms of the state’s request for proposals. PromiseShip alleges the bid would have been far larger if the terms had been met.


NU Among Top Patent Earners

Lincoln – For the second consecutive year, the University of Nebraska has been ranked among the top 100 universities in the world in earning U.S. patents to protect the innovative research and discoveries of its faculty.

The ranking is part of a newly released report from the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association.

 

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Chamber Rolls Out Free 

Book Summaries as Member Perk

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   The Greater Omaha Chamber announced that members now have free access to book summaries to help them learn to be successful as business experts.

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Nebraska 8th In New CNBC Rankings, 

But Still Has Few Bad Indicators

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   Nebraska finished eighth overall in a ranking of America’s Top States for Business in 2019, as calculated by the business news television channel CNBC.

  Nebraska is one of several states designated “on the rise” by the outlet, with its growth attributed to an improving economy – with a word of caution if economic headwinds remain steady.

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DHHS Signs Contract with Saint Francis, 
Rejects Protest from PromiseShip

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Despite a protest from the current provider, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has finalized a contract to migrate child welfare case management to a new provider for the Omaha metropolitan area.

Saint Francis Ministries will begin providing service Jan. 1 under the roughly $196 million contract, which the state department finalized July 3.
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     Myers

Douglas County Jail Takes Steps
to Avoid Inmate Suicides

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Suicide prevention is a focus of Douglas County Corrections as the jail houses many inmates with serious mental health illness.

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The Omaha Bar Association Field Day golf championship belt was on display at the OBA President’s Reception on June 4, 2019. The winners in 2018 were Bob Mooney, Mike Whaley, Dan Lenaghan and Tom Gross. The winning foursome on July 22 will have this year’s bragging rights. (Photo by Scott Stewart)

Lawn Games, Talk on Sports in Omaha
Part of OBA Field Day Festivities

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

The registration deadline is fast approaching for the Omaha Bar Association’s annual Field Day.

Registrations are due Saturday, July 13, for the event, which will be held Monday, July 22, at the Champions Run golf course.

Field Day features a social hour, dinner and a golf tournament, as well as tennis, trap shooting and access to the clubhouse pool.

New this year will be a lawn game pentathlon made up of ladder golf, lawn pong, cornhole, bocce and giant Jenga.

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The Heartland Pride Parade marched through the Old Market on Saturday, observing the 50th anniversary of the raid on the Stonewall Inn. A police raid of the New York City gay club in 1969 triggered days of demonstrations and is regarded as the first major protest advocating equal rights for gay people.  (Photo by Scott Stewart)
 

Diversity & Inclusion

NePA, OBA Seminar Looks at
Including Transgender Employees

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Members of the Omaha Bar Association and Nebraska Paralegals Association came together to explore the rights and identities of transgender workers at a recent continuing education seminar.

Ryan Sallans and Joan Watke Stacy presented at “Unity in Diversity: Working Together to Achieve Success” on June 5 at the Scott Conference Center in Omaha.

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   Shavers

Shavers Tells NDCA About
Importance Of Inclusiveness in Legal Profession

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Members of the Nebraska Defense Counsel Association recently had a lesson from the University of Nebraska College of Law’s acting dean about the importance of diversity and how gender and other factors can shape a person’s experiences within the legal profession. 

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Miller Park Grays second baseman Mahki McMorris flips the ball to first for an out during the exhibition game with the North Omaha Boys and Girls Club Jaguars June 26.  (Photos by Antone Oseka)
 

Baseball in the Inner City

The Story of the Miller Park Grays

By Andy Roberts

The Daily Record

If you build it, will they know what it is?

To appropriate and twist a famous movie phrase, that could have been the question when the Black Police Officers Association began working to develop a baseball program in North Omaha.

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Olivia Orozco throws out the first pitch under the watchful eye of her father Hector during the First Pitch Ceremony June 26 at Kerrie Orozco Field in Miller Park.  (Photos by Antone Oseka)
 

Miller Park Field Named After Fallen Police Officer

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

  After the fanfare that included a helicopter, horses and bagpipes, the real celebration came after the crowd of hundreds had dwindled to friends, families and the group of core supporters that made the Kerrie Orozco Memorial Ballfield a reality Wednesday afternoon.

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Premera Blue Cross to Pay $10M in Legal Settlement For Data Breach

   Lincoln – Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson, along with 29 other attorneys general entered, into a settlement July 11 that requires Premera Blue Cross, the largest health insurance company in the Pacific Northwest, to pay a total of $10 million to the states over its failure to secure sensitive consumer data.

Premera’s insufficient data security exposed the protected health information and personal information of more than 10.4 million consumers nationwide to a hacker, including more than 10,000 Nebraskans.

 

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   John Petr

Kutak Rock Names John Petr Vice Chair

   Kutak Rock is pleased to announce that public finance partner John L. Petr has been selected to succeed David L. Amsden as Vice Chair of the firm. The change was effective July 1, 2019. 

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Sarpy County JJC Collecting School Supplies

Papillion – Sarpy County’s Juvenile Justice Center is collecting school supplies for its annual Back to School Bash, an event for the youths involved in Juvenile Probation or the JJC. 

Supplies are being collected for youth in seventh to 12th grade.

Supplies needed include:

• Backpacks or messenger bags

• Loose-leaf paper

• Two-pocket folders

• Index cards

• Pens

• Pencils

• Three-ring binders

• Highlighters

• Colored pencils

• Fine-tip markers

• Pencil bags

• Composition notebooks

• Spiral notebooks

Donations can be dropped off at Sarpy County JJC, 9701 Portal Road in La Vista, or Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office, 8335 Platteview Road in Papillion.

– Sarpy County


National Night Out Parties Can Request Police Officer, Firefighter Visit

   National Night Out is coming up Tuesday, Aug. 6. 

   The 36th annual community-building campaign promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. 

   National Night Out is held across the country on the first Tuesday in August. Neighborhoods hold block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts and various other community events, according to an Omaha Police Department news release. 

   Neighborhood and/or organizations interested in hosting a National Night Out event can request a police officer or firefighter to attend. Register the party by Friday, July 26, to participate. 

   For more information on National Night Out, visit natw.org. To register an Omaha party, visit tinyurl.com/y2ss7xcc. 

– Scott Stewart


Judicial Search Reopened for 

Sixth Judicial District Bench

   After a nominating commission failed to agree on finalists, additional candidates are now sought to serve on the district court bench in northeastern Nebraska. 

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You Can Now Pay Property Taxes Via App

    The Douglas County Treasurer’s Office announced last Wednesday that residents can now pay property taxes using a new smartphone app.

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Fundraising Events Support
Douglas, Sarpy CASA Efforts

   Fundraisers are coming up in August to benefit court-appointed special advocate programs in Douglas and Sarpy counties.

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Sarpy County Clerk Takes Over
Passport Applications

Papillion – The Sarpy County Clerk’s Office is now the “one-stop” location for passport applications in the county government.

The Sarpy County District Court Clerk’s Office previously had also handled such requests.

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Candidate Deadline for SID Elections Approaching

The deadline for candidates to file for the upcoming sanitary and improvement district elections is Monday, July 22.

SID elections in Douglas and Sarpy counties are scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 10, with a deadline for ballot returns of 5 p.m. Ballots should be mailed to district owners at least 20 days prior to the election under state statute.

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Omaha Bar Postpones Business Law Basics CLE

   The Omaha Bar Association has postponed its Just the Basics continuing legal education session on business law.

Dave Sommers, executive director of the OBA, said there was a conflict for one of the presenters. A rescheduled date was not immediately available. The event had been scheduled for July 17. 

   The next installment of the OBA’s Just the Basics CLE series is Aug. 7. It will cover legal issues related to veterans.

   Keep an eye out for a new date for the business law session at omahabarassociation.com or in The Daily Record’s weekly Meetings & Seminars listings.

– Scott Stewart


Stothert Plans Town Halls
to Gather Input on Road Plans

   Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert will hold a series of town hall meetings to solicit input on the city’s first long-term road maintenance and rehabilitation plans.

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Supreme Court To Decide if Georgia Annotations 
Protected by Copyright

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether annotations to Georgia’s legal code are “intrinsically public domain material” or subject to federal copyright.

   A legal dispute arose in 2015 after a nonprofit run by an internet public domain advocate continued distributing copies of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated online after receiving cease and desist letters.

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Omaha Police Receive
Over 1, 500 Calls About Fireworks

The Omaha Police Department received more than 1,500 calls for fireworks complaints this Independence Day fireworks season.

A special fireworks complaint hotline was established this year, and this year’s window for legal fireworks discharge was limited to just three days – July 2 through July 4 – instead of 10 days like previous years. Fireworks sales were limited to seven days instead of 10 last year as well.

Omaha police reported 1,530 calls for complaints as of July 7, when its special enforcement operation concluded. Officers were assigned to handle fireworks complaints from June 27 to July 7, and a fireworks and gun amnesty event was held on July 6.

A total of 16 citations were issued, according to a news release.

At the amnesty events, a total of 20 long guns, six handguns, five pellet guns, 650 pounds of ammunition and 300 pounds of fireworks were collected.

Last year, Omaha police issued 32 citations and received 352 calls for fireworks complaints, according to a 2018 news release.

– Scott Stewart



After 42 years of service, Marcy Tintera will retire on Aug. 1. (Photo courtesy of University of Nebraska)

Nebraska Law Staff Member Plans to Keep Volunteering At Lied Center After Retiring

Lincoln – The University of Nebraska-Lincoln recently celebrated its final year hosting the International Thespian Festival. 

   For Marcy Tintera, Nebraska law review assistant and continuing legal education coordinator at the College of Law, the goodbye was bittersweet. 
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Recruitment Event Seeks
to Draw Diverse Applicants for FBI Openings

   The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Omaha Field Office will hold a Diversity Agent Recruitment event later this month.

   Invited participants will have an opportunity to explore careers as a special agent or in one of its professional staff positions.
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    Johnson

Juvenile Court Judge Douglas Johnson
to 
Retire in August

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   Douglas County Juvenile Court Judge Douglas F. Johnson plans to retire effective Aug. 31.

   Johnson has spent a quarter century advocating for children at risk in Omaha as a judge and as a leader in the juvenile justice field in the area, as well as a volunteer in non-court capacities. 

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Nebraska Supreme Court Updates Rules, 

Fees For Pro Hac Vice Admission

   The Nebraska Supreme Court adopted a rule amendment regarding pro hac vice admission for attorneys practicing in the state.

   On June 26, the court adopted the changes to Nebraska Supreme Court Rules Sect. 3-122 that requires a separate motion from associated counsel licensed in Nebraska for reach case where an outside attorney requests pro hac vice admission. One motion is allowed for cases consolidated by order of the court.

   The amendment states that a $250 fee is owed for each case the attorney is appearing or making any filing. One fee applies when multiple cases have been consolidated by court order. However, no refund is allowed for multiple cases that are subsequently consolidated by court order.

   An underlined copy of the amended section is available at tinyurl.com/y44jf23a.

– Scott Stewart


Nominations of Volunteers Sought
for Step Forward Awards

Lincoln – The Nebraska Governor’s Office and Serve-Nebraska are seeking nominations for the Step Forward Awards. 

   As the most prestigious awards offered to volunteers in Nebraska, the Step Forward Awards serve to honor those volunteers who have worked to make their community a stronger place. Finalists and award recipients will be hand-selected by Gov. Pete Ricketts. 
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South Omaha Murals Show Ethnic Roots

The latest public art installation by the South Omaha Mural Project was recently unveiled. 

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Bacon Says Bill Would Honor 
Two Lynching Victims in Omaha

  The House of Representatives is considering a bill that would criminalize lynching more than a century after Congress first attempted to ban the terroristic act. 

  Rep. Don Bacon, an Omaha Republican, joined two Democrats and a Texas Republican in introducing House Resolution 3536, which mirrors a bill by Sen. Kamala Harris, a Democratic presidential candidate and former California attorney general, that passed the Senate in February.
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Meetings & Seminars
For the Legal Community

JULY 18-20, 2019
Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
NATA Summer Meeting
Niobrara Lodge, Valentine
For More Information: www.nebraskatrial.com

JULY 18, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Health Law Seminar
12:45 PM until 4:30 PM
Baird Holm, LLP, Omaha
For More Information: www.nebar.com

JULY 22, 2019
Omaha Bar Association
Field Day 2019
All Day with an Evening Reception
Champions Run, Omaha
For More Information: www.omahabarassociation.com

AUGUST 2, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
First Annual Scotch, Wine & Craft Beer Tasting Fundraiser
5:30 PM until 8:30 PM
The Talon Room, Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 2, 2019
Nebraska Legal Professionals Association
LLPA August Glug & Gab
5:30 PM
The Graduate – John J’s Tiki Bar, Haymarket, Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebraskalegalprofessionals.org

AUGUST 7, 2019
Omaha Bar Association
Just the Basics CLE Series – Legal Issues Related to Veterans
4:00PM until 5:00PM
Corkscrew Wine & Cheese at Blackstone District, Omaha
For More Information: www.omahabarassociation.com

AUGUST 8, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
The Impacts of Trauma on Children and Adolescents: 
How to Support Them
9:00 AM until 4:15 PM
Central Community College, Kearney
For More Information: www.nebar.com 

AUGUST 8 & 9, 2019
UNL Law
Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association 
5th Annual Criminal Law Boot Camp
7:30 AM until 5:00 PM
McCollum Hall, UNL Law, Lincoln
For More Information: www.events.unl.edu

AUGUST 12, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Recent Developments in Ethics – Nebraska City
7:45 AM until 9:00 AM
Lied Lodge, Nebraska City
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 12, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Recent Developments in Ethics – Beatrice
12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Valentino’s, Beatrice
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 13, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Recent Developments in Ethics – Grand Island
7:45 AM until 9:00 AM
Ramada Inn, Grand Island
For More Information: www.nebar.com 

AUGUST 13, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Recent Developments in Ethics – Columbus
12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Dusters, Columbus
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 13, 2019
National Business Institute
Estate Administration from Start to Finish
8:30 AM until 4:40 PM
Lincoln
For More Information: www.nbi-sems.com

AUGUST 14, 2019
Nebraska Paralegal Association
District II Luncheon
11:30 AM until 12:30 PM
Green Gateau, Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebraskaparalegal.org



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Baird Holm LLP Welcomes Patrick J. Bartman 

   Baird Holm LLP is pleased to welcome Patrick J. Bartman to the firm. His practice focuses on commercial real estate and renewable energy. He routinely represents clients in the development, financing, acquisition, and sale of real property, and commercial lease negotiations and title review. Bartman also represents investors, developers, and lenders in various phases of renewable wind energy projects. 

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Omaha Attorney Warren J. Ford III 

Joins Goosmann Law Firm

   Jeana Goosmann, CEO & Managing Partner of the Goosmann Law Firm, is pleased to announce that Attorney Warren J. Ford III has joined the law firm at their Omaha, Nebraska location. 

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Gerard T. Forgét III Elected Shareholder
at Gross & Welch

  The Omaha law firm of Gross & Welch P.C., L.L.O. is pleased to announce that Gerard T. Forgét III has been elected as a Shareholder of the firm.
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PUBLIC NOTICE

APPOINTMENT OF U.S. BANKRUPTCY JUDGE

   The United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit seeks applications from highly qualified candidates for a fourteen-year appointment as United States Bankruptcy Judge for Nebraska. The position is headquartered in Omaha or Lincoln, Nebraska. 

   The basic jurisdiction of a United States Bankruptcy Judge is specified in Titles 11 and 28, United States Code, and amendments thereto. To be qualified for appointment, an applicant must:

   (1) Be a member in good standing of the bar of the highest court of at least one state, the District of Columbia, or the commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and a member in good standing of any other bar of which they are members.

   (2) Have been engaged in the active practice of law for a period of at least five years (some substitutes authorized);

   (3) Possess, and have a reputation for, integrity and good character; possess, and have demonstrated, a commitment to equal justice under the law; possess, and have demonstrated, outstanding legal ability and competence; be of sound mental and physical health sufficient to perform the essential duties of the office; and indicate by demeanor, character, and personality that the applicant would exhibit judicial temperament if appointed; and

   (4) Not be related by blood or marriage to a judge of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, to a member of the Eighth Circuit Judicial Council, or to a judge of the district court to be served, within the degrees specified in 28 U.S.C. §458, at the time of the initial appointment.

   A Merit Selection Panel will review all applications and recommend to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, in confidence, persons considered to be best qualified. Appointment follows an FBI and IRS investigation of the candidate chosen by the Court of Appeals. The current annual salary is $194,028. Applicants shall be considered without regard to race, color, age, gender, religion, national origin or disability.

   Application forms may be obtained on line from the Clerk of the U.S. District Court of Nebraska at http://www.ned.uscourts.gov/, the Clerk of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of Nebraska http://www.neb.uscourts.gov/, and the Circuit Executive’s Office in St. Louis, Missouri by e-mail at CE8employment@ca8.uscourts.gov or by phone 314-244-2600. Applications should be submitted only by the applicant personally and should indicate the applicant’s willingness to serve if selected. Applications should be submitted to Ms. Millie B. Adams, Circuit Executive, 111 South 10th Street, Suite 26.325, St. Louis, Missouri 63102-1116, and must be received by July 31, 2019. 

   The U.S. Courts are equal opportunity employers.



 



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