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Unless a foreign professional corporation has complied with the Rules of the Nebraska Supreme Court pertaining to Professional Service Corporations, including but not limited to Rules 1C and 1E, it may not practice law through attorneys admitted in Nebraska, except on a Pro Hoc Vice basis, even though it has otherwise properly registered in Nebraska as a foreign professional corporation.

Nebraska counsel may not directly share fees with a foreign corporation doing business in Nebraska as a professional corporation unless the corporation has complied with The Nebraska Supreme Court Rules relative to Professional Service Corporations because until such compliance, the foreign corporation is a non-lawyer.

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