Thursday, June 22, 2017
 
 

 
– Photo by Lorraine Boyd
OBA Leadership, Past and Present
At its annual reception for past presidents, the Omaha Bar Association recognized all of its leadership, especially those who served as president. Above, the presidents who attended posed for the traditional photograph. From left, back row: Craig Martin, 2017 Outgoing President Judge Doug Johnson, John Brownrigg, Gerald Friedrichsen, Hon. William Riley, Stuart Dornan and Stephen Bruckner. From left, front row: Denise Hill, Wayne Mark, Incoming President Anne Marie O’Brien, Hon. Lyle Strom, Amy Longo and J. Terry Macnamara.
Incoming OBA leaders were announced: Patrick Cooper, president-elect; Joe Naatz, treasurer-elect; Brandie Fowler, secretary; and executive council members Jon Natvig and Jason Grams. President Johnson thanked the outgoing leaders for their many contributions: John Menicucci Jr., past-president; Ken Wentz III, past-treasurer; Patrick Cooper, secretary; Dick Lydick and Monica Freeman, executive council.
President Johnson presented OBA Executive Director Dave Sommers and Lawyers Referral Service Executive Director Donna Birkby with “OBA Star” awards for service “above and beyond” in the past year. This year is designated as “A Year of Gratitude.”
Sommers announced a “save the date” event, a special October membership meeting on October 3, a dinner honoring retiring Chief Judge William J. Riley and Judge Lyle E. Strom, both OBA past presidents.

 

Mark Milone (left) and his son Michael give each other legal advice on their respective areas of expertise.

Father-Son Legal Team That Almost Wasn’t
By Dennis Friend
The Daily Record

There are those people who always knew they were born to be attorneys, those who were convinced, even as children, that they were destined to argue cases in front of juries and judges.
Mark Milone and his son Michael Milone are not in that group. They had other ideas, yet you’ll find them hard at work as practicing attorneys at Koukol & Johnson LLC.
Ask Mark Milone: Was he always interested in law? Well, no. After graduating from Burke High School in 1975, he attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Between 1975 and 1981, “I tried journalism. I tried psychology. I tried business.” He took home his bachelor’s degree in political science in 1981.
But something clicked for him when he went for a law degree at Creighton University School of Law. He obtained his juris doctorate degree in 1984 “in a terrible recession. I started practicing law in 1985.”

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Nineteen Submit Their Names for Douglas County Separate Juvenile Court Judge
Jennifer D. Chrystal-Clark, Bennington; Martin R. Klein, Hickman; Amy N. Schuchman, Elkhorn; Mary “Peg” Stevens, Elkhorn; Susanne M. Dempsey Cook, Jessica P. Douglas, Jeri Lynne James, Matthew R. Kahler, Monica L. Kruger, Jeffrey M. Kurtz, Ann C. Mangiameli, Sarah M. Moore, Joseph P. Naatz, Candice J. Novak, Kate E. Placzek, Carla K. Heathershaw Risko, Kimberley R. Taylor-Riley, Anne E. Troia, and Zoë R. Wade, all of Omaha, have submitted applications for appointment as Separate Juvenile Court Judge in Douglas County. The primary place of office for the judicial vacancy is Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. The vacancy is due to the establishment of an additional Separate Juvenile Court Judge in Douglas County by the Nebraska Legislature.
The public hearing of the Judicial Nominating Commission will be held in Courtroom #412 at the Douglas County Courthouse in Omaha, Nebraska, beginning at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. The Commission will review all applicants for the office at that time.  The public is welcome to attend the hearing and present information concerning candidates for the judicial opening.


Longtime Legislative Staffer
To Run for Nebraska Seat

A longtime legislative staffer who has worked on prison and child welfare issues is running for a seat in the Nebraska Legislature.
Omaha attorney Josh F. Henningsen will formally launch his campaign this week. He’s looking to replace state Sen. Burke Harr of Omaha, who is ineligible to seek re-election in 2018 because of term limits.
Henningsen has worked as legal counsel for the Legislature’s Judiciary and Health and Human Services committees. He also helped on prison oversight committees and an intergenerational poverty task force. He currently works for the Nebraska inspector general for child welfare.
The 37-year-old Henningsen says he’s running to help create safe and inclusive communities, invest in education and give children and families the chance to succeed.
Henningsen is a registered Democrat. The seat is officially nonpartisan.


United States District Judge Lyle E. Strom Announces Transition to Inactive Senior Status
Chief United States District Judge Laurie Smith Camp announced that Judge Lyle E. Strom will transition to inactive senior status, effective December 1, 2017, following 32 years of very distinguished service on the federal district court bench.
Judge Strom’s legacy of service to the court, the bar, the legal education system and the community – especially youth, is unparalleled. He has led by example during his 64 years in the legal profession, always promoting collegiality, civility, professionalism, and good humor. His many contributions to the federal court, including the Hruska Courthouse which Judge Strom envisioned and pursued during his tenure as Chief Judge (1987-94), will long endure.
The United States District Court for the District of Nebraska is grateful to Judge Strom for his leadership, his friendship, his humanity and for the very high bar he set for those who follow.



Jordan Concannon, owner and manager of Blue Oceans Float, documented the progress of construction on Facebook.                     
  
Can’t Go to the Ocean?
Blue Oceans Float Brings It to You

By Julien R. Fielding
The Daily Record

Bringing a bit of Hawai’i to Omaha. That’s the idea behind Blue Oceans Float, Omaha’s newest float tank center that anticipated a May 29 opening, in Midtown Omaha.
Omaha-native and Papillion High School graduate Jordan Concannon, owner and manager, studied physics and astronomy at the University of Hawai’i of Hilo and while there her love of all things “nature” grew.
“I quite enjoyed being there,” she said. “People are more laid back and are conscious of the environment. I like the stars and wanted to work the land. I’m not an ‘indoorsy’ person. I didn’t want to be inside of a cubicle.”
When she moved back to Omaha in May 2015, her father, Shawn Concannon (formerly Shawn Schmidt), a chiropractor and owner of Natural Health Center PC, gave her a way to share her love of nature, the environment and Hawai’i with others. 

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– Photos by Lorraine Boyd
Thomas Grennan of Gross & Welch addresses the packed Legislative Chambers at the annual Memorial Day ceremony which celebrates those local members of the Omaha Bar who have died in the past year.   

A Tribute to Those Who Sought Justice 
On Friday, May 19, the Omaha Bar Association, assisted by the Barristers Club of Omaha, honored 22 lawyers who died from May 1, 2016 to April 30, 2017. The ceremony, chaired by attorney Michael F. Scahill, featured a vocal selection by attorney Thomas Shomaker and accompanist Peg Lacy and an address by attorney Thomas Grennan, who counted two of the honored lawyers as his classmates. Rev. J. D. Georlett, Dundee Presbyterian Church, gave the invocation and benediction. Benson VFW Post 2503 Honor Guard, including attorney Tom Penke, advanced the colors. Creighton Prep students played taps. Mention was also made of two lawyers – Hon. James Murphy and Walentine O’Toole law firm co-founder Richard Walentine – who died days after the cutoff date; they will be honored at next year’s ceremony. As many as 40 friends and relatives attended to honor the recently deceased Bonnie Durham Dawson, who was the first woman prosecutor in the state of Nebraska. She will be remembered in an upcoming issue of The Daily Record.  Asked what the ceremony meant to her, Jack Higgins’ wife Norma said it showed the great camaraderie and respect that Omaha lawyers have shared over the years, something that is not always as evident in other locations. Higgins’ daughter echoed that sentiment. Each family receives a personalized card and long-stemmed rose after the program.

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Baird Holm LLP Welcomes New Attorneys
Baird Holm LLP recently announced the addition of Kimberly A. Lammers and Thomas S. Dean to the firm. Both Lammers and Dean will join the firm’s health care practice group.
“The health care industry continues to experience change, and there are no signs of it slowing down,” said health care practice group leader, Vickie B. Ahlers. “To continue to maintain our high level of service to our clients in this area, we felt the time was right to add to our already robust team of attorneys who are experts on health care laws and regulations.”
Lammers assists clients with advice and representation for issues relating to federal health care program fraud and abuse laws; regulatory compliance; Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement; clinical denials and appeals including RAC audits; contracting; medical staff; licensure; credentialing; conflict of interest; and human subject research and IRB issues. She is a Certified Professional Coder through the American Academy of Professional Coders, and has completed ICD-10 proficiency testing through the AAPC. She is active as a member of various legal associations, including the American Health Lawyers Association and the Health Care Compliance Association. Immediately prior to joining the firm, Lammers spent 13 years working at a large health system in the areas of compliance and revenue cycle, and most recently served as that health system’s vice president of compliance.

Lammers received her law degree from the Creighton University School of Law, summa cum laude, and received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Dakota, magna cum laude, with University honors.
Dean provides clients with a full range of health law services, including mergers and acquisitions between healthcare providers; physician recruitment and compensation design; regulatory advice including Medicaid regulations; Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute issues; compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation; and HIPAA privacy rule issues. He has significant experience with medical staff issues, such as bylaws re-design, merging of medical staffs, peer review, and credentialing issues. Dean also has broad experience in reimbursement and audit issues.  Prior to joining the firm, Dean served as general counsel to integrated healthcare systems for ten years, and also held an additional position as director of patient financial services. He has also served as chief administrative officer of a multi-specialty physician group that included eight clinics.

Dean has been a member of the American Health Lawyers Association since 2006, acting as the assistant chair of the physician in-house counsel affinity group. He has held the position of chair of the health law section of the State Bar of New Mexico. Dean received his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.
“Lammers and Dean are stellar attorneys who bring vast experience in health care law to the firm,” said Baird Holm LLP Managing Partner Richard E. Putnam. “We are pleased to have them join us, and look forward to the contributions they will make toward our ongoing growth, and our clients’ future successes.”
For more information regarding Baird Holm LLP, please go to the firm’s website at: www.bairdholm.com.

 
Woods & Aitken LLP Welcomes New Attorney
 Woods & Aitken LLP recently announced that Angela Forss Schmit joined the firm’s Labor & Employment practice group.  Schmit exclusively counsels and represents public and private sector employers in a full range of labor relations and employment law matters. She is committed to providing practical advice and zealous advocacy to management and human resource professionals navigating the complexities of legal issues, including: employment policies, collective bargaining, contract negotiation, performance management, personnel investigations, discipline and discharge, compliance with laws and regulations, and defense of employment-related claims.
Schmit received a Bachelor’s degree of business administration in management entrepreneurship from the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business and her Juris Doctor from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver.
For more information regarding Woods & Aitken LLP, please go to the firm’s website at: www.woodsaitken.com.


Judge Douglas F. Johnson enjoys a fun night at the Omaha Children’s Museum with Brittani, her daughter and her Nebraska Families Collaborative Training Specialist, Casey Ripperger.        

Proof: The Family That Stays Together …
Plays Together!

By Julien R. Fielding
The Daily Record

A success. That’s what Judge Douglas F. Johnson called this year’s Douglas County Juvenile Court’s “Summer Family Picnic,” which saw about 100 families in attendance. Now in its eighth year, the event began at Elmwood Park, moved to Boys Town, and this year was held at the Omaha Children’s Museum in downtown Omaha.
“It’s our way to congratulate them for keeping their families together,” Johnson said.


Make-up and face-painting are huge lures for little girls.

Fun and games predominated during the jam-packed event.
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Fraser Stryker Partner Kathryn A. Dittrick Heebner congratulates the 2017 Fraser Stryker Diversity Scholarship winners Aya Yousuf and Francisco Lopez. They were honored at a luncheon at the law firm last week.

Two Earn Diversity Scholarships
By Lorraine Boyd
The Daily Record
Two newly-graduated high school students have joined a decade’s worth of past recipients of the Fraser
Stryker law firm’s Diversity Scholarship awards.
Francisco Lopez, accompanied by his mother, sister and high school principal, graduated from Omaha Northwest Magnet High School in May. He plans to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to major in business administration with minors in pre-law and Spanish. He has earned a number of accolades, including National Honor Society. He has served as a translator at school and served on the student council.
Aya Yousuf, who brought her mother and vice principal, graduated from Burke High School. She plans to attend the University of Nebraska Omaha to major in political science and law. She too served on the student council and is a member of the National Honor Society. The native of Iraq was a volunteer coordinator for World Refugee Day.
The two students also share some very similar interests: Future Business Leaders of America, cross country running, and volunteering at the Open Door Mission.
Unique to Fraser Stryker’s scholarship (renewable through senior year) is the student’s opportunity to intern at the law firm after their freshman year. Program coordinator Stephen M. Bruckner said past program participants have excelled. Case in point, Symone Sanders was national press secretary for Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (no relation!) and is a frequent CNN contributor.





Play It Again Sports has both new and used equipment for almost any sport.

Focus on Customer and Community
Earn Play It Again Sports the Win

By Dan McCann
The Daily Record

A top-notch set of golf clubs banished to a dark, dusty corner in the garage. A baseball glove – too small for one aspiring star, just right for another – that still has plenty of game left in it. They have a place at a win-win retail concept revived in Omaha in 2014 and rewarded in 2017.
Play It Again Sports is the Greater Omaha Chamber’s Small Business of the Month for May.
Focused on making Play It Again Sports the neighborhood sporting goods store in Omaha, “Team PIAS (Play It Again Sports),” which includes owner Rick Messina and his wife Cyndi, rallies around three key operating goals:
• Provide new and gently-used sporting goods at a reasonable price so athletes of all ages and means can participate in sports and fitness activities
• Conduct all business in a fair and ethical manner and treat all customers with dignity and respect
• Give back to the community by supporting local youth sports programs
          
            Rick Messina                   Cyndi Messina

Located at 8453 West Center Road, Play It Again Sports pays cash for gently-used gear or offers a store credit worth 20 percent more. Complementing the selection of quality used gear, customers can browse new sporting goods and fitness equipment from over 100 brand name vendors. Messina wants everyone who walks through the door (or visits www.playitagainsportsomaha.com) to have a stand-out experience.
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Ken Wentz III of Jackson Lewis PC headlined the fourth in the OBA Young Lawyers Division CLE series.

Employment Law and a Breath of Fresh Air
Finally, the Corkscrew Wine and Cheese in Blackstone was able to throw open its garage doors and let in warm air and light for the almost-monthly “Just the Basics” hour-long CLE! It was a welcome addition to the popular new series of training on the basics. This one, held on May 17, featured Ken Wentz talking about Employment Law. He covered the “rules of the road,” the top five things to do when evaluating a case from a) the plaintiff’s perspective and b) the defense perspective, and a look at the importance of unemployment (insurance). He also counted the three mistakes new lawyers make in employment cases. Very popular was the discussion on changes in the law, either by lawmakers or by the courts.
Between a dozen and two dozen practitioners have attended each topic, and they are not just limited to young attorneys. Veteran attorneys attend to sharpen their skills in an area in which they may not have had much work or to share some of their hard-won knowledge with the novices.
A fine glass of wine, a succinct presentation of basic information, a sharing of questions and answers … it all adds up to a satisfying hour of painless education. The Omaha Bar Association invites all attorneys to consider attending. The next one – on divorce law – is on July 19.
All “Just the Basics” CLEs will be held from 4-5 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays, and the cost to OBA members is just $10 per hour.


 

 
Nebraska Native Hired to Lead County Health Center
Retirement Community Director Jean Hartnett has been hired to lead Douglas County Health Center.  With more than 15 years of health care administration experience, Hartnett, 47, will become the administrator of the Douglas County Health Center on June 19. The Douglas County Board of Commissioners approved her hiring earlier this month. Hartnett will replace James Tourville, who is retiring after 24 years.  “She has the ability to come in and provide a fresh set of eyes and evaluate where improvements can be made,” said Douglas County Administrator Patrick Bloomingdale. “In addition to her extensive experience, her strong reputation in the healthcare industry and her connections within the Omaha community will be invaluable for Douglas County.”  
Hartnett most recently worked as the executive director of Esprit Whispering Ridge in Omaha. She is an adjunct professor for the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s gerontology department and has taught long-term care administration at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Hartnett said she understands public policy and knows how to operationalize legislation affecting seniors.  "I am delighted to have the opportunity to lead a prestigious organization in collaboration with the Board of Commissioners," Hartnett said. "I look forward to honoring the legacy of the Douglas County Health Center while building a bright future for our employees and the residents we serve."  
Hartnett grew up on a farm in northeast Nebraska. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and received a master’s degree in health services administration from George Washington University.  She’s the youngest of nine children and enjoys spending time with her family, including her daughter, Sara, and 35 nieces and nephews.


 
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Founder Jason DeWater is leading his five-year-old firm into the limelight once again.

iFixOmaha: A Growing Company
With an Expanding List of Accolades

By Dan McCann
The Daily Record

2017 has been a banner year for iFixOmaha – and there are still six months to go.
The company, which specializes in the repair of mobile electronics, earned first place honors in the Best of Omaha competition for smartphone repair. Google singled it out as Nebraska’s representative in the tech titan’s 2017 Economic Impact Report, citing the firm’s rapid growth, increasing sales volume and the new tech jobs generated.   Most   recently,    iFixOmaha picked up another accolade, earning recognition as the Greater Omaha Chamber’s Small Business of the Month for June.

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Tom Connolly’s lecture found him roaming around the stage area, everywhere but behind the podium. While his style was casual, his words carried weight as he discussed some of his most high-profile cases. His father,  recently retired Nebraska Supreme Court Justice William M. Connolly, watches from his seat front row right.

D.C. Lawyer With Local Ties Presents
The Legal Case of the Anthrax Murders

By Lorraine Boyd
The Daily Record
Each year, the Creighton University School of Law hosts a Koley Lecture, named for a titan of the legal community in Omaha. The 2017 speaker was Tom Connolly, a Washington, D.C. trial lawyer who has been described as “pound for pound the best trial lawyer of his generation.”
He’s also been described as a “large, scary leprechaun,” which should keep his ego in check.
His topic of choice for the lecture, held in March at the law school, was the Anthrax Murders.
Creighton Law Professor G. Michael Fenner told the crowd that Connelly is a “great storyteller, and the story he’s going to tell you today is what happened after he went to the partners in his law firm [of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis] and said, “There’s a man who I think is getting screwed and I want to represent … and it’s going to take a lot of time and we won’t make any money.” And they said, ‘Go do it.’”
After announcing, “I’m going to spend the next five minutes correcting Prof. Fenner; it’s my rebuttal,” he launched his presentation.
Connolly opened by declaring, “I think I was born to be a trial lawyer.”
He told how his father, the Adams, Neb., County Attorney, would take him to cases that he was trying. He would give him his notes on important cross-examinations or closing arguments and his son would follow along. “And he was brilliant. I wanted to be that good. I don’t think I have accomplished that.”



From John Ashcroft’s ouster to dogs Tinkerbell and Knight, Connolly touched on a range of topics.  

 “Most of the science and math put forth in a courtroom is complete
  and utter bunk,” Connolly said.
 

His father is William M. Connolly, recently retired Nebraska Supreme Court Justice and currently a mediation lawyer at Erickson & Sederstrom PC, LLO in Omaha. He, along with former Justice D. Nick Caporale and current Justice John F. Wright, as well as U.S. District Court Judge Lyle E. Strom, sat in the front row.
Connolly began. “I tried my first lawsuit when I was 12 years old.”
He was a paperboy for the Omaha World-Herald. His distributor claimed he hadn’t paid his fees and sued him and his father in small claims court. When his father got the summons he said, “You’re on your own, pal.” 
He represented himself. He realized mid-trial that checks leave a trail and he could present evidence that he had paid the fees. He did, and won a dismissal.
“That was my last civil case for the next 30 years.

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Adolescent Health Educator at Charles Drew Health Center Dominique Morgan gives a fact-packed 50-minute presentation on LGBTQ youth in the child welfare and/or juvenile justice system.
2017 Youth Impact! Brown Baggers
By Lorraine Boyd
The Daily Record
The Brown Baggers series, a collaborative effort of the Douglas County Separate Juvenile Court and Boys Town, has been going on for more than two decades as a means of sharing information with “anyone with a stake in positive outcomes for children and families in Douglas County.” All are invited to attend, free of charge, and some (like this one) even earn CLEs.
Participants ringed a large conference table two deep to listen as Dominique Morgan, the adolescent health educator at Charles Drew Health Center helped them navigate the delicate waters of “handling difficult questions,” in particular questions pertaining to sexuality.
His frank talk was a breath of fresh, if sometimes powerful, air. He emphasized that youth need age-appropriate answers without judgment. He outlined the ways that professionals can provide help, and offered the services of the many organizations who are tasked with providing answers without imparting their own opinions. He offers the topic in a four-hour session as well and urged anyone interested to contact him at Charles Drew.
The next two of the four annual Brown Baggers are set for September 7 and November 30. Visit http://operationyouthsuccess.org/youth-impact/ for more information.


 


Meetings & Seminars
For the Legal Community
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JUNE 22 through JUNE 25, 2017
Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
NATA Summer Meeting
Hilton Sante Fe Historic Plaza
Sante Fe, NM
For More Information: www.nebraskatrial.com
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JUNE 23, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
Annual Government Practice Seminar
UNL College of Law
1875 N. 42nd St., Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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JULY 14, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
Indian Law Seminar
Scott Conference Center
6450 Pine St., Omaha
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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JULY 19, 2017
Omaha Bar Association
Just the Basics CLE Series – Divorce Law
Corkscrew Wine & Cheese at Blackstone District
3908 Farnam St., Omaha
4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
For More Information: www.omahabarassocation.com
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AUGUST 3, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
Skills Institute (Formerly GAP Program)
UNL College of Law
1875 N. 42nd St., Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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AUGUST 4, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
Solo & Small Firm Conference
UNL College of Law
1875 N. 42nd St., Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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SEPTEMBER 1, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
2017 Legal Diversity Summit
Creighton Harper Center Ballroom
602 N. 20th St., Omaha
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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SEPTEMBER 6, 2017
Business Ethics Alliance
Fall Executive Breakfast
Holland Performing Arts Center
13th and Douglas St., Omaha
7:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
For More Information: www.businessethicsalliance.org
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SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
Business Law Section Seminar
Embassy Suites - Lincoln
1040 P St., Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
Real Estate Section Seminar
Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center
12520 Westport Pkwy., La Vista
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
Business Ethics Alliance
Fall Luncheon
Omaha
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
For More Information: www.businessethicsalliance.org
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SEPTEMBER 14 through 15, 2017
Nebraska Paralegal Association
2017 Fall Seminar and Mid-Year Membership Meeting
University of Nebraska at Omaha, Thompson Center
6705 Dodge St., Omaha
For More Information: http://nebraskaparalegal.org
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SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
NATA Board Meeting
Embassy Suites Omaha/La Vista Hotel &
Conference Center
12520 Westport Pkwy., La Vista
For More Information: www.nebraskatrial.com
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SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
NATA Annual Dinner
Happy Hollow Country Club
1701 S. 105th St., Omaha
For More Information: www.nebraskatrial.com
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SEPTEMBER 29, 2017
Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
NATA Annual Meeting & Fall Seminar
Embassy Suites Omaha/La Vista Hotel &
Conference Center
12520 Westport Pkwy., La Vista
For More Information: www.nebraskatrial.com
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OCTOBER 11 through OCTOBER 13, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
2017 Annual Meeting
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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NOVEMBER 3, 2017
Nebraska State Bar Association
Annual Workers’ Compensation Section Seminar
Embassy Suites
1040 P St., Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com
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NOVEMBER 8, 2017
Business Ethics Alliance
Fall Dialogue
Temple Israel
13111 Sterling Ridge Dr., Omaha
7:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
For More Information: www.businessethicsalliance.org
 


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