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... The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department-Animal Control Division (the Department), an agency of the City of Lincoln, declared the dog owned by appellants, James Walbridge and Sara Kay, to be a ... The bite occurred inside appellants' residence in Lincoln, Nebraska. ...
... expenses. To Dalbey's knowledge, Bock did not use the line of credit to pay any of her debt. The balance on the line of credit was $118,778.06 on July 7, 2009; $128,790.96 as of November 27; and nearly $129,000 at the time of trial. ...
... (e) Marvel Nevels. In 2006, Marvel Nevels contacted Thew about representing her on an intellectual property case. Her initial consultation with Thew took place on January 12, 2006, at which time she paid Thew $50. Thew agreed ...
... which public policy requires manufacturers to protect, independent of any contractual obligation."  The Supreme Court characterized the majority of courts as holding that strict liability cannot be imposed for damage to the product alone, while the minority imposed liability. ...
The petition alleged that Jerad knew of David's birth on September 30, 2005, and had abandoned David for at least 6 months next preceding the filing of the petition, 208 that Jerad failed to provide reasonable financial support for the child and did not establish any relationship with said ...