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BLOG: You Just Obtained New Privacy Rights: How Our Nation’s High Court Decided Carpenter V. United States

Posted on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 12:13 PM by Elizabeth Klingelhoefer  On Friday, June 22, 2018, the United States Supreme Court ruled in a 5–4 decision that law enforcement must generally get a warrant in order to obtain an individual’s cell site location information. This blog explains the Carpenter v. United States[1] decision, as it has a […]

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Mailahn To Speak At Trial Attorneys Seminar

Posted on Friday, December 1, 2017 at 7:45 AM by Jacobsen Orr  Nicole Mailahn will be presenting at the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys (“NATA”) Seminar on Friday, December 1, 2017 in Lincoln, Nebraska.  NATA is dedicated to the improvement of trial practice and preservation of the jury system and hosts continuing legal education for trial attorneys. 

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BLOG: Ag Input Creditors Beware Certified Mail From The Nebraska Secretary Of State

Posted on Monday, November 20, 2017 at 12:32 PM by Brad Holbrook  An associate recently asked me a question relative to an agricultural input lien and a debtor’s ability to unilaterally seek the assistance of the Nebraska Secretary of State (SOS) to terminate the same.  I told him, poppycock, no such procedure exists.  Alas, I was

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BLOG: The Nebraska Agritourism Promotion Act And The Muddy Waters Of Recreational Liability

Posted on Thursday, January 21, 2016 at 10:10 AM by Daniel Lindstrom  I recently authored an article for the Nebraska Defense Counsel Association’s publication entitled The Nebraska Agritourism Promotion Act and the Muddy Waters of Recreational Liability.  Click here to read the printed article.  Our practice at Jacobsen Orr often involves advising farmers, agricultural landowners and others about preventing

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BLOG: Aren’t We Just Business Partners? Then Why Does It Feel Like I Am Getting A Divorce?

Posted on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 8:59 AM by Brad Holbrook  The recent news from New York includes word of a woman that was charged with marrying 10 different men, without ever divorcing some or all of the lucky suitors, in what is believed to be an immigration scam.  How does it feel to be

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BLOG: Avoiding Family Feuds Over The Future Of The Farm Or Ranch—Part 2

Posted on Friday, February 20, 2015 at 8:15 AM by Daniel Lindstrom In October 2013, as chair of the Agricultural Law Section of the Nebraska Bar Association, I participated in a panel discussion with two other lawyers who were having similar experiences with the drastic increase in litigation relating family farm and ranch succession.  We spoke

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BLOG: Avoiding Family Feuds Over The Future Of The Farm Or Ranch—Part 1

Posted on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 7:43 AM by Daniel Lindstrom  Several of the lawyers in this firm have been fortunate enough to represent many folks involved in production agriculture over the years, devoting many long hours to helping our clients devise a plan for the future of the family farm or ranch (or other

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January 4th & January 5th

Office Closed

Our office will be closed Thursday, January 4 and Friday, January 5 so we can move into our new office.  We will reopen on Monday, January 8 at our new location located at 5408 Global Drive in Kearney. 

Our phone number, 308-234-5579, will remain the same. Our phones may temporarily be down during the move, but all attorneys will still have access to email.  If you need immediate assistance, and cannot get through on the phone, please email your attorney with “URGENT” in the subject line.