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Mondelli v. Kendel Homes Corp.

With regard to the Mondellis' appeal, we conclude that the district court abused its discretion in excluding the testimony of Drs. Pour and King. This exclusion of evidence was prejudicial error. The district court did not abuse its discretion in refusing to allow joinder of the claims of the Mondelli family.

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Nebraska Supreme Court Reinstates Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Medical and Recovery Center

The Nebraska Supreme Court reinstated the wrongful death suit filed by the parents of Melissa Rodriguez against her boyfriend who escaped custody at a psychiatric center in Nebraska and strangled her ...

Kansas Jury Awards $217.7 Million in First Syngenta GMO Verdict

The jury returned a $217.7 million verdict in the 1 st verdict in litigation against Syngenta AG for the negligent premature sale of genetically modified corn bearing the MIR 162 trait. The verdict ...

Judge Rules In Favor Of Standing Rock Sioux

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe secured its first court victory on Wednesday, June 14 when a federal judge ruled that the United States Army Corps of Engineers did not adequately study the potential ...

Mentally Ill Man Shocked 12 Times With A Stun Gun While Handcuffed, Dies

Zachary N. Bearheels was handcuffed and shocked 12 times by a stun gun wielded by an Omaha police officer in the early morning on June 5. He was pronounced dead at 2:16 a.m. The 29-year-old Native ...

Opponents of Whiteclay Beer Stores File Appeal Arguing That the Judge Lacked Jurisdiction to Overturn Closure

Attorney David Domina filed a new court appeal on Friday, June 2 with the Nebraska Supreme Court on behalf of several residents from the Whiteclay area who support the closure of the beer stores. The ...

Celebrating Senator Ernie Chambers' 80th Birthday

On May 23, people came together to celebrate Senator Ernie Chambers’ 80 th upcoming July birthday. The event was held to coincide with the end of Legislative session and bring people together to ...

Opponents of the Recently Closed Whiteclay Beer Stores Seek Dismissal of Bid to Reopen

The owners of four beer stores in Whiteclay, NE are attempting to reopen after being shut down at the end of April of this year. They are challenging the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission’s ...

Two Additional Leaks Found Along the Dakota Access Pipeline

Despite the Cheyenne River Sioux dropping their appeal, Issues plaguing the Dakota Access Pipeline keep popping up. According to information released by the North Dakota Health Department and the ...

Cheyenne River Sioux Drop Dakota Access Pipeline Appeal

Attorneys for the Cheyenne River Sioux submitted a motion voluntarily dismissing their appeal of a federal judge’s decision allowing final construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline to continue ...

Displaced South Sioux City Residents File Tort Claims Against the City

The South Sioux City residents who have been unable to return home since last October due to hydrogen sulfide leaks rendering their houses uninhabitable recently filed tort claims against the city. ...

Dakota Access Pipeline Leaked Approximately 84 Gallons in South Dakota

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report stating that the Dakota Access Pipeline had leaked approximately 84 gallons on oil in early April. However, they did ...

Hundreds of Nebraskans Argue For and Against Keystone XL Pipeline

More than 250 people including lobbyists, business leaders, politicians, farmers, environmentalists, union workers and landowners traveled to make their case for or against the Keystone XL Pipeline in ...

Beer Stores in Whiteclay Close Early

Following an eventful battle over whether or not four beer stores in Whiteclay, NE should have their liquor licenses renewed that included a denial, reversal of that decision and a second reversal ...

Whiteclay's Liquor Licenses Were Denied, But What Happens Now?

Update: on Thursday, April 26, a judge ruled that the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission overstepped their grounds, and granted the liquor stores the ability to renew their license. However, later ...

Nebraska Liquor Board Denies Renewal of Liquor Licenses in Whiteclay

The Nebraska Liquor Board unanimously voted to deny the liquor licenses of four stores in Whiteclay, NE on April 19. Attorney David Domina gave his closing arguments earlier this week, stating that, ...

Domina Submits Closing Arguments in Whiteclay Liquor Licenses Case

Following a high-stakes administrative law trial earlier this month, the Domina Law Group has submitted their closing arguments for their clients who are seeking to close four liquor stores in the ...

Ponca Tribe Vows to Fight the Keystone XL Pipeline

The fight against the now-revived TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline may be focused in the courtroom with dozens of landowners working to protect themselves from eminent domain claims, but others are ...

Residents Granted More Time to File Odor Complaints with South Sioux City

South Sioux City’s Health Board met on Wednesday, March 29 to discuss the noxious odor still affecting numerous residents who have been unable to return home since October of 2016. Families in ...

Keystone XL Pipeline Granted Federal Approval, Opponents in Nebraska Continue to Fight Back

The President of the United States and United States State Department granted a permit for the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline on Friday, March 24, continuing this administration’s ...

Cancer Warning on Roundup Allowed in California After Court Ruling

The fight to protect farmers from the harmful effects of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s multi-billion dollar herbicide Roundup, recently scored a legislative win in California ...

Hearing on Renewal of Whiteclay Liquor Licenses Delayed Until April

The Nebraska Liquor Control Commission will meet on April 6 to determine whether or not to renew four beer-only liquor stores in Whiteclay, Nebraska’s liquor licenses. The hearing was originally ...

Death of Omaha Public Works Department Worker Leads to Internal Investigation

Salvatore Fidone, a city worker with the Omaha’s Public Works Department, was struck and killed by a car in January while working with a crew tasked with filling a pothole near U Street on 144 ...

Negotiations with South Sioux City Hinge on City's Relationship with Big Ox Energy

Following the displaced residents of South Sioux City’s refusal to accept the city’s settlement offer, David Domina, the attorney representing 13 of the families along with attorney Brian ...

South Sioux City Settlement Offer Rejected By Displaced Residents

The city of South Sioux City’s settlement agreement was rejected by David Domina of the Domina Law Group and Brian E. Buckmeier, an attorney in Sioux City, who represent more than 20 of the ...

Big Ox Expects To Stop Paying Hotel Bills for Displaced Residents, Looks to Get Them Home

South Sioux City homeowners who were forced out of their homes over health risks caused by noxious sewer gasses more than three months ago may not receive financial assistance from Big Ox Energy, the ...

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