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Both Landowners and TransCanada Ask Nebraska PSC to Reconsider Keystone XL Ruling

Barely one week after the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) approved an alternate route for the Keystone XL pipeline, both sides are requesting that it reconsiders its decision, albeit for ...

The Final Push Against TransCanada's Preferred Route for its Keystone XL Pipeline

The Nebraska Public Services Commission (NPSC) is set to announce its decision on the Keystone XL Pipeline’s route on Monday, November 20. The proposed 1,179-mile pipeline linking oil sands in ...

A Decade of Fighting is Drawing to a Close

Following nearly a decade of legal struggles, denials from one president and endorsements from another, the saga of the Keystone XL Pipeline looks like it’s coming to close. In the Rolling Stone ...

TransCanada Cancels Proposed Energy East Pipeline Project

TransCanada cancelled their proposed $15 billion Energy East pipeline project on Thursday, October 5. While the Canadian energy sector is working to increase their pipeline capacity in order to ...

Landowners Rebuttal Closing Argument to Oppose TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline

On September 25, Domina Law Group filed the written Rebuttal Closing Argument on behalf of Nebraska Landowners who oppose the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline. Citing a 10-day old Nebraska Supreme ...

Opposition to TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline

On September 15, Domina Law Group filed the written Closing Argument on behalf of Nebraska Landowners who oppose the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline. TransCanada spent billions promoting KXL. But, ...

Opponents of the Keystone XL Pipeline Remain Committed to the Fight No Matter the Outcome

Following the conclusion of the week-long hearing for the Keystone XL pipelines, opponents vowed to continue the fight no matter what the Nebraska regulators rule. "They completely failed to ...

Keystone XL Pipeline Opponents Question Proposed Path

The week-long hearing for the revived Keystone XL pipeline continues, and attorneys at the Domina Law Group who represent the landowners fighting back against the proposed project brought up the ...

Nebraska Regulators Block Argument About the Need of Oil in Keystone XL Hearings

Nebraska’s Public Service Commission recently ruled that opponents of the Keystone XL Pipeline will not be permitted to use the argument that the United States does not need the oil in final ...

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 ...

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 ...

Landowners Ready to Continue the Fight Against the Keystone XL Pipeline

After the new United States president’s Executive Order to bring both the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines back to life, the organizations that previously opposed their construction have ...

United States President Signs Executive Order Paving Way for Oil Pipelines

Days after being sworn into office, the new United States president signed an executive order to revive the previously halted Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. The Keystone XL pipeline was ...

TransCanada Looks to Appeal Landowner Victory in Antelope County Court

TransCanada, the company behind the rejected Keystone XL Pipeline, continues to split their legal battle across multiple county courts. On November 30, the multi-billion dollar company appealed the ...

Landowners Across Nebraska Continue Their Fight to Secure Reimbursement

The Obama administration shut down the development of the Keystone XL pipeline more than a year ago, but Nebraskan landowners aren’t done fighting with the multi-billion dollar company behind ...

TransCanada Appeals Landowner Victory in Holt County Court

Not even a court victory can stop TransCanada from continuing their fight against Nebraska landowners. 19 families in Holt County, Nebraska secured a victory against TransCanada, the company behind ...

Attorney Brian Jorde Returns To Fight Against Yet Another Pipeline

Property owners in Wisconsin are banding together to fight back against Enbridge, Inc. and the potential for yet another expansion to their pipeline network running through the state. According to ...

Spreading Information about New Pipelines and the Wisconsin Easement Action Team

Landowners in Wisconsin were introduced to the Wisconsin Easement Action Team (WEAT) during an informational meeting held in Waterloo, WI on September 13. About 35 landowners from Fort Atkinson, ...

Brian Jorde Fighting Back Against Potential Wisconsin Pipeline

In a time when countries around the globe are attempting to cut back on CO2 emissions and transition to sustainable energy sources, yet another oil company is in talks to expand their oil pipeline ...

Standing With Those in Agriculture

Ever since the Domina Law Group was founded in 1982, our trial lawyers have fought for the rights of our clients in Nebraska and across the United States, with multi-million dollar case results in 11 ...

Anti-Pipeline Activists Meet in Atlanta, Brian Jorde Featured in DC Media Group

From June 14 to 15, approximately 70 environmentalists and private property rights activists gathered together in an invitation-only conference in Atlanta, Georgia in order to discuss strategies that ...

Domina Law Group Stands With Ranchers in Dispute with NPPD

Domina Law Group represents a Nebraska ranch couple in their suit to bar survey crews from the NPPD from their land. Domina Law Group is representing a Nebraska ranch couple in a lawsuit against the ...

Despite Presidential Rejection, TransCanada Pushes for KXL

TransCanada doesn’t seem to care that the White House rejected its bid for a cross-border permit. The Canadian oil giant says it will continue its efforts to make Keystone XL a reality. Although ...

TransCanada's Request for Dismissal of KXL Permit Application Granted

As of today, TransCanada has no pipeline route under review in Nebraska. The application for Keystone XL permit review has been dismissed. Today, TransCanada requested the Nebraska Public Service ...

Jorde Featured in Omaha World Herald to Comment on President's KXL Rejection

Last week, President Obama announced that he would not approve TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline. To construct across an international boundary, a company must have presidential approval. ...
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