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Blog Posts in August, 2013

Judicial Retention: Removing the Target Starts at Home

Attorney David Domina and Carol Domina discuss the issue of the vanishing jury from the United States judicial system and its connection to the judicial retention problem in this Spring 2013 issue of ...

TransCanada Sweetens the Pot for Nebraska Landowners

Brian Jorde was recently featured in an Omaha World Herald article detailing the monetary incentives TransCanada is attempting to offer landowners in exchange for signing easement agreements. ...

Comments on First Amendment Challenge to Nebraska Initiative & Referendum Laws

A fellow Northeast Nebraskan by history, Kent Bernbeck became acquainted with Dave Domina through his dad. The first contact was not "friendly." It was professional. "I represented a ...

Brian Jorde Featured in Washington Post Article on Keystone XL

Three Nebraska landowners could determine the fate of the $5.3 billion Keystone XL pipeline. Those three landowners are plaintiffs in a lawsuit contending that the Nebraska state legislature ...

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