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The Constitution and Separating Children from Parents: Constitutional Issues in Family Court
The Constitution and Separating Children from Parents: Constitutional Issues in Family Court

David Domina et al: Nebraska Lawyer Magazine Separation of children from parents could not be a more acute concern. It commands the attention of the United Nations. The United States is the only country in the world that has not ratified the Convention on the Rights of the ...

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  • Coverage of NPPD Suit Spreads, Domina Law Group Featured in Lincoln Journal Star

    With ATV-riding surveyors on the horizon, Domina Law Group’s clients have only begun their fight to stop the Nebraska Public Power District from ...

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  • Domina Law Group Stands With Ranchers in Dispute with NPPD

    Domina Law Group represents a Nebraska ranch couple in their suit to bar survey crews from the NPPD from their land. Domina Law Group is representing ...

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  • Despite Presidential Rejection, TransCanada Pushes for KXL

    TransCanada doesn’t seem to care that the White House rejected its bid for a cross-border permit. The Canadian oil giant says it will continue its ...

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  • Jorde Featured in Omaha World Herald to Comment on President's KXL Rejection

    Last week, President Obama announced that he would not approve TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline . To construct across an international boundary, a ...

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  • President Obama Rejects Keystone XL Pipeline

    For over seven years, the debate has raged over where to build or not build the KXL pipeline. Domina Law’s involvement started over five years ago ...

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  • President Obama Expected to Reject Keystone XL

    Earlier this week, TransCanada petitioned President Obama to put its review of the company’s oil pipeline project on hold. The Canadian oil giant made ...

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  • Landowners Rally to Prevent TransCanada Lawsuit from Flatlining

    The courtroom was packed – standing room only. The occasion? An hour-long oral argument over LB 1161 , the law that allowed Governor Dave Heineman to ...

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  • Domina Law Urges Eighth Circuit to Strike Down Parts of Nebraska Constitution In Ballot Initiative Case

    Kent Bernbeck and his lawyers at Domina Law Group pc llo, persuaded the US District Court to strike down parts of Nebraska’s State Constitution on the ...

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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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