Howard J. Kaslow     The law offices of Abrahams Kaslow & Cassman LLP, are located in the Access Bank building at 8712 W. Dodge Road. The firm offers a full range of business litigation services. (Photo by Scott Stewart) 

 

Abrahams Kaslow & Cassman 

Representing Generations of Nebraska Clients

By Andy Roberts 

The Daily Record 

   The trip from 17th and Farnam to 90th and Dodge doesn’t feel that far zipping along in today’s modes of transportation. But when one considers where 90th and Dodge was when Abrahams Kaslow and Cassman LLP was founded 75 years ago, it marks quite a journey. 

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A rooftop garden and patio at No More Empty Pots’ Food Hub, 8501 N. 30th St., is used to grow herbs and vegetables as well as provide a space for the community to gather and enjoy a meal. (Photo by Scott Stewart)

 

No More Empty Pots

Food Hub Connects Aspiring Chefs, Entrepreneurs

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Nine years of aspirations, hard work and fundraising finally came together Monday for the grand opening of No More Empty Pots’ Food Hub in Historical Florence.

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Nebraska Law student Maureen Larsen, center, makes a point before Nebraska Supreme Court Justices, from left, William B. Cassel, Michael G. Heavican and Stephanie Stacy during the 2018 Thomas Stinson Allen Moot Court Competition. The Nebraska Law program was recently counted among the nation’s best in terms of graduates earning jobs. (Courtesy UNL University Communication)


Early Interview Week at Nebraska Law Part of Job-Placement Success Formula

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Second- and third-year law students at the University of Nebraska College of Law have spent the last few days interviewing with potential employers before they return to class next week.

Early Interview Week is one of several initiatives at Nebraska Law that helped the college have one of the nation’s best job placement rates after graduation.
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Left: Kathryn Shudak was interviewed in 2014 in the 55th Civil Engineer’s conference room, which is located in the same Glenn L. Martin Bomber building where she worked during World War II as one of many Rosie the Riveters. A Council Bluffs native, Shudak spent the three years following the Pearl Harbor attacks riveting B-29 Bombers at the Martin Bomber Plant at Offutt Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Josh Plueger) Right: Kathryn Shudak in the 1940s

Association Seeks Local Rosie the Riveters’ Stories

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

The American Rosie the Riveter Association is seeking to identify women who worked on the home front during World War II.

The organization wants to record their stories, especially those narratives of historic value that have never been told, and place the accounts in a national archive.

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Brian C. Buescher, left, takes the oath of office for the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019. 

(Courtesy Susie Cordero)


Buescher Joins Federal Bench

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Omaha attorney Brian C. Buescher was sworn-in as a federal judge last Wednesday morning.

President Donald Trump issued Buescher’s commission last Tuesday, and Buescher was given the oath of office the next morning.

“Congratulations, and welcome to the Court family, Judge Buescher!” Chief Judge John M. Gerrard said in an email.

Buescher was nominated to the U.S. District Court of the District of Nebraska in November, and the U.S. Senate confirmed his appointment on July 24.

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CBD products available for sale at American Shaman, 1517 Farnam St. in Omaha, include dietary supplement tinctures. (Photo by Scott Stewart)


Police Issue Notice to CBD Retailers

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Council Bluffs – Iowa is cracking down on businesses that sell CBD oil without a state medical marijuana permit, reminding them that the products remain illegal.

The Council Bluffs Police Department posted Monday on its official Facebook page that it is distributing a letter by the Southwest Iowa Narcotics Enforcement Task Force to local businesses that sold CBD oils warning them that doing so is against the law.

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The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services held an open house for its new North Omaha office, 5319 N. 30th St., Suite B, on Wednesday, July 31, 2019. The colorful abstract art in the office is intended to exemplify the community’s diversity. (Photo by Scott Stewart)


DHHS North Omaha Office Opens Doors

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Community visitors were welcomed to explore a new state office last week that seeks to better serve North Omaha residents.

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services opened a North Omaha office in June to house staff members from its Children and Family Services, Medicaid and Long Term Care divisions to provide community-based service delivery.

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Judge Grant A. Forsberg is helped into his robe by his children, from left, Seth, London and Devon in the legislative chambers of the Omaha-Douglas Civic Center on Friday, Aug. 2, 2019. (Photos by Scott Stewart)


Forsberg Takes the Bench in Douglas County

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Douglas County welcomed its newest Fourth Judicial District County Court judge during a public ceremony last Friday afternoon.

Grant A. Forsberg took the oath of office and donned his robes in the Omaha-Douglas Civic Center legislative chambers surrounded by friends, family and colleagues.

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John Clark, a Lincoln Public Schools teacher, presents an oral argument in a moot court proceeding for the Teacher Law School program in the Hruska Federal Courthouse on Tuesday, July 30, 2019.  (Photo by Scott Stewart)


Teacher Law School
Moot Court Case Helps Teachers Gain Insight

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

A dozen teachers stood in front of judges recently Roman L. Hruska Federal Courthouse to present oral arguments.

They weren’t pro se litigants, but they were students themselves, learning how the legal system works by practicing themselves in a moot court environment.

The second annual Teacher Law School culminated in a moot court exercise where the teachers offered legal analysis, cited and rejected precedent, and answered questions from a judge to bring together lessons from the two-day professional development workshop exploring civil jury trials.

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Joe York, center, cuts the ribbon of ENCOR Endeavor’s new facility at 9814 M St. with help from Debbie Herbel, left, and Mary Rubio, right, on July 18, 2019.


ENCOR Opens New Facility for Endeavors, Plans Other Projects

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   After pioneering new ways to deliver services to developmentally disabled persons, ENCOR is embarking on a new model that it hopes will improve the quality and variety of its vocational and educational services.

   ENCOR recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Endeavors facility at 9814 M St.

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David Brown, president and CEO of the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce, accepts a Vision Award at the 30th annual Commercial Real Estate Summit at the CHI Health Center Omaha conference center Friday, April 5, 2019. (Photo by Scott Stewart)
 

Chamber CEO Appointed Chair of National Group

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

The Association of Chambers of Commerce Executives named the leader of the Greater Omaha Chamber as chair of its board.

David G. Brown, president and CEO of the Greater Omaha Chamber, will serve as chair of the ACCE Board of Directors for the next year. He’ll oversee the activities of a 70-member board that provides leadership to the association’s 30 staff members.

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Douglas County Separate Juvenile Court Judge Chad M. Brown talks about his job and answered questions from children in his courtroom during the annual Kids and Judges Day organized by CASA of Douglas County on Friday, July 26, 2019. (Photo by Scott Stewart)

 

10th Annual Kids & Judges Day 

Children Visit Juvenile Court to Get to Know Judges, Enjoy Fun Afternoon

By Scott Stewart 

The Daily Record 

Surrounded by a palm tree and fish, Judge Chad M. Brown wore a lei and fielded questions from a courtroom full of children. 

One asked whether he liked being a judge in the Separate Juvenile Court of Douglas County. 

“It’s the best job that I have ever had because it is all about kids. I get to do things that nobody else can do, and I get to make sure that you’re safe and you’re happy and you’re successful,” Brown said. 

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Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert discusses Omaha’s need for more spending on road repair and answers questions during a town hall meeting at The Venue at Highlander Accelerator, 2120 N. 30th St., Thursday, July 18, 2019. (Photo by Scott Stewart)


Omaha Mulls Options to Fix City Roadways, Including Bond Issue, Wheel Tax Increase

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Omaha has been losing ground – well, streets and roads – for decades as the budget to make repairs has failed to meet demand.

The result has been an increase in potholes, more emergency roadwork and even streets crumbling to the point that they’re reduced to unimproved dirt paths.

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Deputy County Attorney Jeff Lux, left, reads a court order to dismiss charges against Joshua Weinfurter, right, as Judge James T. Gleason listens Wednesday at a graduation ceremony for the Douglas County Veterans Treatment Court. The ceremony was held in the legislative chambers of the Omaha-Douglas Civic Center.  (Photo by Scott Stewart.)


Veterans Court Celebrates Four Graduates

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Joshua Weinfurter stood at a podium a moment after having felony criminal charges dismissed and shared his story of how that arrest changed his life forever.

Weinfurter, one of four members of the third graduating class of the Douglas County Veterans Treatment Court, said he got a second-chance following the biggest transformation in his life.
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Hazel Wignall, left, and her twin sister Olive sell golf balls and lemonade from a stand in their back yard, which abuts Champions Run, on Monday during the Omaha Bar Association Field Day. (Photo by Scott Stewart)


Heat Wave Ends Just in Time for OBA Field Day

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Last Monday was the perfect day to take a few hours off work and spend time outdoors.

The Omaha Bar Association held its annual Field Day event at Champions Run, helping to forge deeper bonds among members of the area legal community through golf, games and gregariousness.

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PromiseShip to Expand Lawsuit to Include Saint Francis Ministries

By Scott Stewart 

The Daily Record 

PromiseShip plans to expand its lawsuit against the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and Nebraska Department of Administrative Services to include the new child case management provider that intends to replace it beginning next year. 
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ABA Compiles Statistics Report About Legal Profession

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   Nearly half of all law school graduates nationally take jobs at law firms, while only 1% choose to start their own solo practice.

   That’s one of many statistics in a recently released American Bar Association report that examines trends in the legal profession.

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UNL Hosts International Trade Conference With Nebraska Farm Bureau, Offers Free CLEs

Lincoln – Registration is open for a one-day international trade conference hosted by the Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, in collaboration with Nebraska Farm Bureau.
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CIP Announces Registration Open for Children’s Summit

Lincoln – The Nebraska Court Improvement Project (CIP) has opened registration for the 2019 Children’s Summit.

This year’s Summit focuses on “Progress through Prevention.”
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NU Plans Formal Installation of Interim President, Flood and Cybersecurity Briefings

Lincoln – The University of Nebraska Board of Regents will meet Friday, Aug. 16, at Varner Hall, 3835 Holdrege St. in Lincoln. 
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Neb. Supreme Court Attorney Services Division Sets CLE Date

   Lincoln – The Nebraska Supreme Court Attorney Services Division Fall CLE Program has been scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 8.

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CASA Adds a Superhero-Themed Family Festival to its Annual 5K

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   CASA for Douglas County is transforming its annual 5K race into a community festival.

   The ninth annual Superhero Festival and 5K Run kicks off at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 24, at Stinson Park in Aksarben Village.

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‘Lawyers in the City’ Offers Helping Hand This Friday

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   The fourth annual Lawyers in the City will offer assistance to low-income residents from across the community Friday, Aug. 16.

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OBA Bench Bar Briefing

Judges to Offer Insights into Best Practices in Courtrooms

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   The Omaha Bar Association is inviting attorneys who want to sit down with judges to discuss best practices in Nebraska courtrooms to attend its upcoming Bench Bar Briefing on Friday, Aug. 16.

   Several judges will discuss what attorneys should do and avoid in their courts, as well as discovery, depositions and pre-trail motions. They’ll also answer questions from the audience.

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SEC to Bring Forum to Creighton

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

The Securities and Exchange Commission will bring a free forum to Omaha for government and business professionals about small business capital formation.

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Ricketts Makes Appointments to Judicial Nominating Commissions

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts announced several appointments last week to judicial nominating commissions, as well as an appointment to the Nebraska Parole Board and several to a youth advisory group.

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Bankers Group Gives Grants For Disaster Relief Assistance

Lincoln – The Nebraska Bankers Association (NBA) board of directors recently voted unanimously to award a combined $88,000 in disaster relief grants to several organizations across Nebraska.


Nebraska AG Says Streaming Video Should Protect Young Viewers From Tobacco Use

Lincoln – A bipartisan coalition of 43 attorneys general, co-led by Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, is urging the streaming industry to limit tobacco use in their video content. 
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Attorneys May Use Cloud Software, But Due Diligence Is Necessary

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   Lawyers don’t sign away the responsibility for ensuring their client’s confidentiality when they purchase software on the cloud, but the potential risks associated with software as a service don’t necessarily outweigh the benefits. 

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DOR Releases Tax Guidance On Innocent Spouse Relief

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

The Nebraska Department of Revenue released a general information letter Tuesday clarifying how the department handles innocent spouse relief.
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Nebraska AG Joins Coalition Asking Congress to Remove Opioid Use Treatment Barriers

Lincoln – Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson recently signed a joint letter to Congressional leadership in both chambers asking for the removal of federal barriers that are currently preventing health care providers from offering treatment for opioid use disorder.
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UNMC, Chamber, Others Team Up For Medical Tech Pipeline, Receive i6 Challenge Grant

Omaha Medical Technology Pipeline – a joint effort among the University of Nebraska Medical Center, the University of Nebraska at Omaha, the Nebraska Business Development Center, Metropolitan Community College, and the Omaha Chamber of Commerce – was one of 26 organizations chosen to receive a $750,000 matching grant over three years through the U.S. Department of Commerce’s i6 Challenge program for 2019. 
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ABA Launches Website Review of Regulatory Landscape for Delivery of Legal Services

   Chicago – The ABA Center for Innovation recently released an interactive online catalog of state regulatory innovations that relate to access to justice issues and delivery of legal services.

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City of Omaha To Hold Public Budget Hearing

The City of Omaha will hold a public hearing Aug. 13, 2019, on the proposed 2020 budget.

The hearing will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the legislative chambers of the Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam St.

Click here to view Notice of Budget Hearing and Budget Summary


Initiative Plans To Collect Neb. Veterans’ Stories to Add to Library of Congress Archive

Lincoln – A volunteer initiative seeks to collect and preserve the stories of Nebraska veterans.
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Media of Nebraska’s First Amendment Campaign Now Spans Across United States

Lincoln – Media of Nebraska’s “Think F1rst” public awareness campaign about the First Amendment is spreading across the United States. 

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 Goins

Gov. Ricketts Takes New Approach for Fourth Economic Development Director
By Scott Stewart
The Daily Record
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is taking a different approach with his fourth appointment for state economic development director.
Ricketts has chosen a Lincoln businessman with extensive experience in business administration and corporate governance to lead the state’s efforts to attract investment, projects and talent at the Nebraska Department of Economic Development. 
Tony Goins was appointed to the $200,000 position last week and he will take the reins Oct. 7.
FTC Tells Consumers They’ll Be Disappointed By Equifax Cash Payout

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   The Federal Trade Commission warned consumers last week that an overwhelming public response to a settlement with Equifax will result in much smaller checks for those who request a cash payout.

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Plan Delivers Blueprint to Grow Economy in Next Decade

By Scott Stewart 

The Daily Record 

A new Blueprint Nebraska report outlines ambitious initiatives and goals for the state with the aim of increasing economic development over the next decade. 

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Former Nebraska Attorney Disbarred for Role in Marriage Fraud Scheme

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

The Nebraska Supreme Court disbarred Bilal Ahmed Khaleeq last Friday and accepted his voluntary surrender of his law license.

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La Vista Looks at Restaurant, Drinking Place Occupation Tax

By Scott Stewart 

The Daily Record 

La Vista – A restaurant tax has been proposed for a Sarpy County community in advance of a major development opening its doors. 

Officials in La Vista announced they are considering a 1.5% tax on restaurants and drinking places that is expected to bring in up to $700,000 annually to the city. 

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New Warden Hired for Southeast
Nebraska 
State Prison

The Associated Press 

   Lincoln – A Nebraska prison that saw two deadly inmate uprisings in the last five years is getting a new warden. 

The Department of Correctional Services announced Monday that Todd Wasmer has been chosen to oversee the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution in southeast Nebraska. 

   Wasmer assumes his duties in August. He will replace current warden Brad Hansen, who is retiring after 42 years with the department. Hansen has served as the prison’s warden since 2016. 

   Wasmer most recently served as an assistant warden of the Eloy Detention Center in Arizona, a facility housing detainees for Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. He was previously chief of security for the Citrus County Detention Facility in Florida. 

   The Tecumseh prison was the site of two deadly inmate uprisings in 2015 and 2017.



     Fenner

Fenner Settled into New Office At McGill

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

   Retired Creighton law professor G. Michael Fenner is settling into retirement by establishing an office at a local law firm.

   Fenner is now officing out of the McGill Gotsdiner Workman & Lepp P.C. L.L.O. law firm at 11404 W. Dodge Road. He will serve in an of counsel role there.
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DHHS Holding Town Hall Meetings on Child Welfare Changes

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services will hold town hall meetings today and again next week to discuss the future of child welfare and case management services in the metropolitan area.

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   Buescher

Buescher Wins Senate Confirmation to Join Federal Bench in Omaha

By Scott Stewart

The Daily Record

Omaha attorney Brian C. Buescher won Senate confirmation last Wednesday and will become a member of the federal judiciary.

President Donald Trump had nominated Buescher, an attorney at Kutak Rock, as a judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska, back in November.

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Douglas County Confirms First Case of West Nile Virus for 2019

   The first human case of West Nile Virus in Douglas County for 2019 has been confirmed. The individual, a man over 50 years of age, was not hospitalized. 

   In addition to the human case, high populations of mosquitoes and multiple sample groups of infected mosquitoes have been found at a monitoring site near Zorkinsky Lake Park and Seymour Smith Park.

   Late summer and early fall are typically when West Nile virus cases begin to increase.

– Douglas County Health Dept.


Chief of Nebraska Department of Economic Development to Step Down, Return to Hastings

   Lincoln – Nebraska Department of Economic Development Director Dave Rippe is departing the agency to return home to Hastings, where he plans to work in real estate and talent development.

   Rippe will step down Aug. 9. An interim director will be named at that time, and Gov. Pete Ricketts has already begun his search for the next director for the department.

   During his tenure, Rippe helped grow the State of Nebraska and led Nebraska to win national economic development awards, according to a news release from Ricketts.

   “He is incredibly talented,” Ricketts said, “and I expect him to be a huge asset to growing our state in his future endeavors.”

– Neb. Governor’s Office


Nebraska Businesses, Ag Producers Invited to Participate in Trade Mission to Germany This Fall

Lincoln – Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is encouraging agricultural producers and businesses across Nebraska to consider joining the Nov. 9-16 International Trade Mission to Germany. 

 

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Meetings & Seminars
For the Legal Community

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

AUGUST 16, 2019
National Business Institute
Estate Administration from Start to Finish
8:30 AM until 4:40 PM
Omaha
For More Information: www.nbi-sems.com

AUGUST 16, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
4th Annual Lawyers In The City
9:00 AM until 3:00 PM
South Omaha Campus Metropolitan Community College, Omaha
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 16, 2019
Omaha Bar Association
2ndAnnual Bench Bar Briefing
2:00 PM
AIM Building, Omaha
For More Information: www.omahabarassociation.com

AUGUST 23, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
2019 Business Law Seminar
8:00 AM until 4:30 PM
Gallup Riverfront Campus, Omaha
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 23, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Just the Basics!: Providing Limited Legal Services 
in Walk-In and Virtual Legal Clinics
1:00 PM until 5:15 PM
Creighton University School of Law, Omaha
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 26, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Appellate Practice Section: Opening of the Term Seminar and Celebration
1:00 PM until 4:15 PM
Nebraska State Capitol Law Library, Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 27, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Just the Basics!: Providing Limited Legal Services 
in Walk-In and Virtual Legal Clinics
1:00 PM until 5:15 PM
Hruska Law Center, Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com

AUGUST 29, 2019
Omaha Bar Association
Barristers’ Steak Fry
4:30 PM until 7:00 PM
Elmwood Park Pavillion, Omaha
For More Information: www.omahabarassociation.com

SEPTEMBER 5, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
Resolving Federal Cases Using ADR
2:00 PM until 4:00 PM
Scott Conference Center, Omaha
For More Information: www.nebar.com

SEPTEMBER 5, 2019
Omaha Bar Association
49thAnnual Fall Kickoff BBQ
5:30 PM until 8:00 PM
First National Bank, 14010 FNB Parkway, Omaha
For More Information: www.omahabarassociation.com

SEPTEMBER 6, 2019
Nebraska State Bar Association
2019 Nebraska Legal Diversity Summit
12:00 PM until 4:45 PM
Creighton University, Harper Center Ballroom, Omaha
For More Information: www.nebar.com

SEPTEMBER 7, 2019
Lincoln Legal Professionals Association
September Glug & Gab
5:30 PM
The Copper Kettle, Lincoln
For More Information: www.nebar.com



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Super Lawyers Recognizes 28 Baird Holm Attorneys

   Super Lawyers has named 28 Baird Holm Attorneys to their annual Great Plains Super Lawyers and Rising Star’s Lists.

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Erickson | Sederstrom Welcomes Quandt 

   Erickson | Sederstrom, P.C., L.L.O. is pleased to announce that Matthew D. Quandt has joined the firm as an associate with a practice in litigation. 

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