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Public Association of Government Employees v. City of Lincoln, NE

A-16-0007, Public Association of Government Employees v. City of Lincoln, Nebraska (Appellant)

Nebraska Commission of Industrial Relations, Commissioners Sarah S. Pillen, William G. Blake, and Joel E. Carlson

Attorney for Appellant:  John C. Hewitt (Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather, L.L.P.)

Attorney for Appellee:  Gary L. Young, Thomas P. McCarty (Keating, O’Gara, Nedved & Peter, P.C., L.L.O.)

Civil Action:  prohibited practice under Nebraska’s Industrial Relations Act (IRA)

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Midland Properties v. Wells Fargo, N.A.

S-16-260, Midland Properties, LLC and Jerry Morgan (appellants) v. Wells Fargo, N.A. and HBI, LLC, and H&S Partnership, LLP (appellees)

District Court for Douglas County, Hon. Timothy P. Burns.

Attorneys:      Douglas W. Ruge for appellants; Jennifer L. Andrews and Alison M. Gutierrez (Kutak Rock, LLP) for appellee Wells Fargo; Thomas J. Young and Lilly Richardson-Severn (General Counsel for H&S Partnership) for appellees HBI, LLC and H&S Partnership, LLP)

State v. Barrera-Garrido

S-16-0426, State v. Arturo Barrera-Garrido (appellant)

District Court for Douglas County, Hon. W. Mark Ashford.

Attorneys:  Douglas J. Peterson (Attorney General) and Sarah E. Marfisi (Assistant Attorney General); Daniel S. Reeker (Kendall Law Office, PC LLO) (appellant)

Criminal:  postconviction relief        

State v. Jefferson

S-16-0280, State v. Ramone D. Jefferson (Appellant)

District Court of Douglas County, Hon. Gary B. Randall

Attorneys: Ramone D. Jefferson (pro se) — Kimberly A. Klein (Attorney General’s Office)

Civil: Postconviction Action

Proceedings Below: The district court denied Appellant’s motion for postconviction relief without an evidentiary hearing.

Issues: Jefferson assigns that the district court erred in failing to grant an evidentiary hearing on his motion for postconviction relief.

McGill Restoration v. Lion Place Condominium Association

S-16-0325, McGill Restoration, Inc. v. Lion Place Condominium Association, et al. (Appellant)

Douglas County, Judge Peter C. Bataillon

Attorneys: Benjamin E. Maxell (Katskee, Suing & Maxell, PC, LLO) — Jodie Haferbier McGill (McGill Law, P.C., L.L.O.)

Civil: Breach of contract

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