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Native American Tribes Secure Separate Track in National Opiate Litigation

Native American tribes will receive their own track within the constantly growing multidistrict litigation (MDL) addressing the opiate epidemic that affects millions of people across the United ...

Native Americans Will Not Be Marginalized

Today, the federal Judge responsible for the National Opioids Prescription Litigation in Ohio ordered that Tribal Governments will have a separate track in their own case in the proceedings. The ...

Native American Tribes Fighting to Be Heard in Opiate Litigation

Native America tribes across the United States have struggled with drug addiction problems for years, and now they’re pursuing legal action to recoup costs for programs funded by the tribes to ...

Domina Stands Firm for Separate Opioids MDL Track for Native American Cases

Attorney David Domina, who represents the four Native American tribes in Nebraska, is fighting to secure his clients a separate track in the massive multidistrict litigation addressing the opioid ...

Landowners File Suit Stating That Routing of Keystone XL Pipeline Needs to Start Over

Landowners fighting the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline submitted a 36-page brief on Monday, April 16 to the Nebraska Supreme Court asking that the Public Service Commission's (PSC) ...

Trial Date Set for former Nebraska State Trooper Tim Flick

More than 50 law enforcement officers gathered at remote Rushville, NE to show support for former Nebraska State Patrol Trooper Tim Flick on Wednesday, March 8, 2018. Flick appeared in court with his ...

Domina Law Files Major Election Law Suit for State Senator, Candidate for Governor

Nebraska State Sen Bob Krist, joined by four Nebraska voters, engaged Domina Law to file their important election fairness lawsuit Federal court today. The suit challenges a 2016 Nebraska law limited ...

Nebraska Supreme Court Hears Arguments About TransCanada Owing Landowners $350,000 in Lawyer's Fees

Legal battles over TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline rage on, but this one doesn’t have anything to do with whether or not the project should be allowed to proceed. This argument is over ...

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 ...

Following Supreme Court Decision on Whiteclay Beer Stores Those Involved Reflect and Look Forward to a Better Future

The long fight against the Whiteclay Beer Stores came to an exciting end on Friday, September 29 when the state’s highest court ruled in favor of the stores’ opponents. The Nebraska ...

Nebraska Supreme Court Decides Fate of Whiteclay Liquor Stores

Dave Domina, lawyer for the Sheridan County citizens who protested the liquor licenses, reacted to the Nebraska Supreme Court’s decision to keep the stores closed. “Today’s Nebraska ...

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, ...

Nebraska Supreme Court to Hear Oral Arguments Over Whiteclay Beer Stores

On August 29, 2017 the NE S Ct scheduled for Oral Argument as the 1 st Case of the 2017-18 Term of Court, a case involving denial of liquor licenses for four retailers in a little Hamlet on 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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Months Later, South Sioux City Residents Still Dealing With Sewer Gas Seepage

Noxious sewer gasses forced more than two dozen families out of their homes in October of 2016, and at least 11 families from a suburban neighborhood in South Sioux City, NE have yet to return. The ...
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