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Nebraska Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Keystone XL Pipeline Case
Nebraska Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Keystone XL Pipeline Case

The Nebraska Supreme Court heard oral arguments on whether or not TransCanada should be permitted to build its pipeline across the state on Thursday, November 1. A key portion of the arguments focused on whether the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) was authorized to ...

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  • Landowners Discuss Keystone XL Pipeline - Marketplace Report

    Marketplace reporter Jahd Khalil visited Seward, NE to sit in on a meeting of the Nebraska Easement Action Team (NEAT) led by Domina Law Group ...

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  • Black Hills Energy, City of Lincoln Accused of Negligence in Home Explosion

    The family of Jeanne Jasa, who was killed after her home exploded on August 14, 2017, recently filed a tort claim against the home’s natural gas ...

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  • Nebraska Supreme Court Schedules Oral Arguments in Keystone XL Pipeline Case for November

    The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled that the oral arguments for the TransCanada’s Keystone XL case will be pushed back to November, less than one month ...

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  • Federal Ruling Creates New Setback for TransCanada Corp in Building of Keystone XL Pipeline

    On Thursday August 16 th , a U.S. federal judge in Montana issued a blog to TransCanada Corp by requiring the State Department to conduct an ...

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  • Nebraska Supreme Court Pushes Up Date of Oral Arguments in Keystone XL Pipeline Case

    Concerned about its corporate profits and restless financial backers, TransCanada requested expedited arguments by the Nebraska Supreme Court in the ...

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  • TransCanada Intends to Start Preliminary Work on Keystone XL Pipeline This Fall

    The Assiniboine and Sioux tribes received a letter from the United States State Department on April 10 alerting them that TransCanada intends to begin ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • Lawyers Still Fighting to Protect Landowners

    The Tri-State Livestock News recently published an article breaking down the recent updates to the ongoing fight with TransCanada as it attempts to ...

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  • Syngenta $1.51 Billion Dollar Settlement Closer to Reality, Corn Farmers to Benefit

    Settlement details for over 1000 Domina Law farmer clients moved closer, “but work remains to be done,” David Domina, the farmers’ lawyer said on ...

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