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Omaha World Herald: Judge Rules that Keystone XL Pipeline Lawsuit can Proceed
Omaha World Herald: Judge Rules that Keystone XL Pipeline Lawsuit can Proceed

A district judge ruled Monday that a lawsuit seeking to nullify the state’s review of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline can proceed. Lancaster County District Judge Stephanie Stacy left intact all but one allegation raised by three landowners who are affected by the ...

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Blog Posts in 2012

  • Harvest Public Media: Public Research for Private Interests

    Agricultural colleges in the top five beef-producing states have become quasi-arms of the cattle industry, selling science to corporate bidders who ...

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  • The Independent: NEAT Unites Landowners in dealings with TransCanada

    Brian Jorde of Nebraska Easement Action Team (NEAT) urged members of the Nebraska Farmers Union on Saturday morning to either join or support the ...

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  • Brian Jorde Speaks at 99th Annual Nebraska Farmer's Union Convention

    Brian Jorde of Domina Law Group was the keynote speaker at the 99th annual Nebraska Farmer's Union convention. He discussed topics such as property ...

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  • Omaha World Herald: Pros and Cons of Keystone XL Pipeline Aired One Last Time

    The Omaha World Herald recently published an article that featured our very own Brian Jorde on his representation of over 100 Nebraska landowners ...

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  • Brian Jorde Speaks about NEAT at 99th Annual Nebraska Farmers Union Convention

    Attorney Brian Jorde of Domina Law Group represents the Nebraska Easement Action Team (NEAT). He was asked to speak on the issue of the Keystone XL ...

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  • Will Declared Invalid! Domina Law Clients Win

    A three (3) year old Court battle, resulting in a five (5) day jury trial, over twenty (20) witnesses, thousands of pages of evidence, and a hotly ...

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  • Crop Insurance Claims Confront Midwest Farmers and Lawyers Alike

    The 2012 drought poses the likelihood of thousands of crop loss claims under federal crop insurance programs. Few know that the Federal Crop Insurance ...

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  • Omaha World Herald: Family Sues City Over Young Woman's Death in Crash

    The family of a young Omaha woman killed when her car rear-ended a city street maintenance truck has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the city. ...

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  • Domina: Invited Presenter on Standards for Expert Witnesses and Lawyers

    The Midwest Family Law Institute called upon David Domina for an invited paper and speech at its Annual Conference at Omaha in October 2012. Domina’s ...

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