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Bradly Brothers v. Kimball County

A-13-0075, Bradly Brothers (Appellant) v. Kimball County Hospital, d/b/a Kimball Health Services; County of Kimball, a political subdivision; Kimball County Hospital; Kimball County Hospital Board of Truees; Kimball Heath Services; Kimball Health Services Board of Trustees; and Trevor W. Bush, M.D. and other names and unnamed defendants

Kimball County, District Court Judge Derek Weimer

Attorney for Appellant:  Sterling T. Huff (Island & Huff)

Attorney for Appellee:  Mark A. Christensen (Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather, L.L.P.)

Cizek Homes, Inc. v. Columbia National Insurance Company

A-13-0585, Cizek Homes, Inc.v. Columbia National Insurance Company (Appellant)

Douglas County, District Court Judge Peter C. Bataillon

Attorney for Appellant:  John C. Brownrigg, Heather B. Velk (Erickson|Sederstrom, P.C., LLO

Attorney for Appellee:  John D. Stalnaker, Robert J. Becker (Stalnaker, Becker & Buresh, P.C.)

Civil Action:  Breach of contract

Action Taken by Trial Court:  The district court granted summary judgment in favor of Cizek Homes, Inc.

Formanek v. Formanek

A-13-0561, Robert S. Formanek (Appellant) v. Diana M. Formanek

District Court for Douglas County, District Judge James T. Gleason

Attorneys for Appellant:  Tyler J. Volkmer & C.G. Jolly, Jr. (Jolly Law Firm), John W. Wilke (Wilke Law Firm), & Andrew M. Ferguson (Carlson Burnett Law Firm)

Attorney for Appellee:  James A. Adams (Adams Adams Law Firm) & Leslie A. Christensen

Civil Action:  Modification of child support

Camden v. Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District

A-13-0266, A-13-0267, A-13-0268, John and Mary Camden v. Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (Appellant)

District Court for Washington County, District Judge John E. Samson

Attorney for Appellant:  Paul F. Peters

Attorneys for Appellees:  Wm. Oliver Jenkins & Benjamin M. Belmont (Brodkey Peebles Law Firm)

Civil Action:  Condemnation action

Action taken by the Trial Court:  The trial court entered an order dismissing the condemnation action.

In re Estate of Lorenz

A-13-0528, In the Matter of the Estate of Lorenz

Douglas County, County Judge Sheryl Lohaus

Attorney for Appellant:  Jeffrey A. Silver

Attorneys for Appellee: Richard A. DeWitt, Robert M. Gonderinger, and David J. Skalka (Croker, Huck, Kasher, DeWitt, Anderson & Gonderinger, L.L.C.)

Probate Action:  Summary Judgment; Motion for Special Administrator

Colwell v. Garvey

A-13-0501, Robert F. Colwell, Jr., DDS; Robert F. Colwell, Jr., DDS, PC and Midlands Oral Health, LLC (Appellant) v. Jeffrey T. Garvey, DDS; Jeffrey T. Garvey DDS, PC, and Grobell Inc., a/k/a Grobell, PC

Sarpy County, District Judge William Zastera

Attorney for Appellant:  John P. Passarelli and Paul R. Gwilt (Kutak Rock)

Attorney for Appellee:  William F. Hargens and Noah M. Priluck (McGrath north)

Civil Action:  Dissolution of LLC

Federal National Mortgage Association v. Marcuzzo

S-13-0929, Federal National Mortgage Association v. Brian S. Marcuzzo and Dona M. Marcuzzo (appellants)

Sarpy County District Court, Honorable William B. Zastera

Attorneys: Douglas W. Ruge for appellants; Dustin J. Kessler (Fitzgerald Schorr) for appellee

Civil: Forcible entry and detainer/quiet title

Proceedings below: County court ordered appellants to deliver possession to appellee in a forcible entry and detainer action after appellee obtained title via a deed of trust foreclosure. District court affirmed on appeal.

Gaver v. Schneider's O.K. Tire Company, Inc.

S-13-1014, Gaver v. Schneider’s O.K. Tire Company, Inc.

Platte County, Judge Robert R. Steinke

Attorneys: Ralph A. Froehlich (Locher, Pavelka, Dostal, Braddy & Hammes) (for Appellant); Stan A. Emerson (Sipple, Hansen, Emerson, Schumacher & Klutman)

Civil: Enforceability of noncompetition agreement

Proceedings Below: The district court entered a declaratory judgment finding that two noncompetition agreements between the parties were invalid and unenforceable.