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Lincoln's Premier Trial Lawyers 

With experienced attorneys and dedicated service, we have a track record of legal success across a number of cases. We extend that same dedication to success to you and your case. Read on for an extensive list of some of our results.

Vince Powers

Pfister v. Bryan Memorial Hospital
Title VII, Retaliation Plaintiff's Counsel, $1,482,315.00;

Doe v. Gunny's, 256 Neb. 653
Verdict for rape victim against building owner upheld

Sacco v. Round Table, 253 Neb. 9
Efficient intervening cause jury instruction disapproved

Winslow v. Hammer, 247 Neb. 418
Adopts restatement (second) torts 491 (c)

A.W. v. Lancaster County School Dist. 0001, 280 Neb. 205, 784 N.W.2d 907 (Neb. 2010), Nebraska Supreme Court;

Foreseeability and Duty under Restatement (3rd) of Torts

Elizabeth Govaerts

Shlien v. Board of Regents, University of Nebraska, 263 Neb. 465, 640 N.W.2d 643 (Neb. 2002) Case of first impression, internet privacy.

Koch v. Norris Public Power District, 10 Neb. App. 453, 632 N.W.2d 391 (Neb. pp. 2001) Res Ipsa Loquiter.

Logsdon v. ISCO, 260 Neb. 624, 618 N.W.2d 667 (Neb. 2000) Unexplained fall, Workers' Compensation.

Kathleen Neary

Gavin v. Rogers Tech Servs. 276 Neb. 437 (2008)
Secured reversal of summary judgment by trial court in sexual harassment/constructive discharge case for employee.

Case of first impression by Nebraska Supreme Court: "The element of intending to force the employee to quit is satisfied if the employer could have reasonably foreseen that the employee would quit as a result of its actions."

Lacey v. State of Nebraska, 278 Neb. 87 (2009)
Affirmed verdict for employee in sexual harassment case.

Case of first impression by Nebraska Supreme Court heard:  " We cannot conclude, as a matter of law, that the State exercised reasonable care to prevent and correct the sexual harassment..."

Garcia v. Monument Management Group, U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska 4:05 CV3139 (2006)
Summary Judgment granted in favor of employee on liability in gender and pregnancy discrimination case.

Danhauer v. J.K. Tooling, 8th Circuit Court of Appeals; Case No. 00-1736
Plaintiff's discrimination jury verdict affirmed on appeal without comment.

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