Wynot Lawyer, Nebraska

Thomas P. Reynolds

Juvenile Law
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Douglas L. Luebe

General Practice
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David D. Knoff

Estate Planning, Commercial Real Estate, Trusts
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George L. Hirschbach

State Government, Criminal
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Daniel Lee Hendrix

Agriculture, Administrative Law, International Tax, Estate Planning
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Dale P. Riesberg

Estate Planning, Commercial Real Estate, Trusts, Real Estate
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Charlie Gail Hendrix

Life & Health
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Walbridge v. City of Lincoln

... 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. ...

State ex rel. Counsel for Dis. v. Thew

... (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 ...

Dobrovolny v. Ford Motor Co.

... which public policy requires manufacturers to protect, independent of any contractual obligation." [17] 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. ...