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TransCanada Stopped In Nebraska!
TransCanada Stopped In Nebraska!

TransCanada Stopped In Nebraska! Eminent Domain Halted! Domina Law Group Clients Win Second Injunction For the second time in two weeks, a Nebraska District Judge halted TransCanada land takings in Nebraska in their tracks. A copy of the second Injunction may be read HERE . ...

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Blog posts in February

  • Get In Line, Not Hyped, About Syngenta Claims

    At a town hall meeting in Gothenburg, Attorney Dave Domina spoke on Syngenta lawsuits over GMO corn , saying "It makes sense to get in line. It ...

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  • Domina Law Goes to Gothenburg to Discuss Syngenta, Water Issues

    With corn prices at a five-year low, many Nebraska farmers have questions about the current state of the market. Domina Law Group's Dave Domina and ...

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  • UNL Invites Dave Domina to Speak on the Changing Face of Agriculture

    Attorney Dave Domina was invited to speak at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln this Friday, February 20 on the changing face of agriculture . This ...

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  • TransCanada Halted by Temporary Injunction in Nebraska

    Ready to break ground? Not quite. Coverage continues on the temporary injunction that's preventing TransCanada from invoking eminent domain and laying ...

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  • Nebraska Landowners Granted Temporary Injunction, Eminent Domain On Hold

    Domina Law Group's landowner attorneys are proud to announce that a temporary injunction has been placed against TransCanada, which effectively puts a ...

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  • Dave Domina Writes Feature Article for "The Nebraska Lawyer" Magazine

    Attorney Dave Domina contributed the feature article in The Nebraska Lawyer's January/February 2015 issue. In it, he discussed eminent domain and ...

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  • House Likely to Approve Keystone XL Pipeline Next Week, Nebraskans Continue to Fight It

    The U.S. House of Representatives will likely approve TransCanada's controversial pipeline project, which hasn't stopped Nebraska landowners from ...

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