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Procrastinators Beware – Brief Extensions Are No Longer A Given in the Nebraska Appellate Courts

Posted in Appellate Work

This post is authored by Cathy Trent-Vilim, a partner in LDM’s litigation department. By Cathy Trent-Vilim: We’ve all been there before.  Gazing at the foot-high stack of transcripts and bill of exceptions, you decide to put them aside and work … Continue reading

Cyber Gripe – Opinion, Defamation or Outright Harassment

Posted in In-House Counsel

As the target of a local a cyber griper, I have taken interest in reading about cyber activities taken against individuals and businesses.  The activities can range from posting complaints on review websites all the way to creating websites for … Continue reading

Litigators Can Learn From the Stanley Cup Playoffs

Posted in Trial

The National Hockey League is presently holding the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  As you may know, professional hockey is a an extremely physical sport which often includes physical confrontation. This is because all professional hockey players ferociously compete to secure the … Continue reading

Red Sox in Last Place After Month of Baseball

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The Red Sox presently find themselves 11-13, and bringing up the rear in the AL East.  They also have the 10th best record in the American League.  As noted two weeks ago, I am not surprised even though they have the talent to be … Continue reading

Seven Final Thoughts on Economic Damages and Joint and Several Liability

Posted in In-House Counsel, Legislation

Over the course of this six part series, we have examined the state of economic damages and joint and several liability law in Nebraska.  I will provide some closing thoughts on the state of the law, the system and a substantial question … Continue reading

Economic Damages and Joint and Several Liability, Part V

Posted in In-House Counsel, Legislation

As per my note in Part IV, I am going to take a look at a case which appears to be contrary to the Nebraska Supreme Court’s ruling in Tadros v. City of Omaha, 273 Neb. 935, 735 N.W.2d 377 … Continue reading

100 Years of Fenway Park and Annual Spring Paranoia

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Over the course of the next few months I’ll have to opportunity to address one of my most beloved past times, hand wringing and gut wrenching each at bat during Boston Red Sox games.  The at bats are substantially easier since … Continue reading