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Steinhausen v. Homeservices of Nebraska, Inc.

S-13-1103, Matthew M. Steinhausen d/b/a Steinhausen Home Inspections, LLC (Appellant) v. Homeservices of Nebraska, Inc., Shelly J. Nitz, and Woods Brothers Realty (Appellees)

Lancaster County, Judge Robert Otte

Attorneys:  Michael D. Reisbig of Nolan, Olson & Stryker (Appellees Homeservices of Nebraska, Inc., and Wood Brothers Realty) -- Shawn D. Renner of Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather (Appellee Nitz)---Steinhausen appears pro se. No attorney appears on behalf of Steinhausen Home Inspections, LLC.

Johnson v. Nelson

A-14-0049, Chad P. Johnson (Appellant) v. Christopher M. Nelson, Personal Representative of the Estate of Stewart S. Minnick, deceased, Mary E. Nelson, Mary Lynne James, Elizabeth Ann Nelson (a/k/a Elizabeth Ann Yoder), and Christopher M. Nelson

Frontier County, Judge David W. Urbom

Attorneys: Nathaniel J. Mustion (Mousel Brooks Garner &Schneider PCLLO) and Victor E. Covalt III, Adam R. Little (Ballew Covalt Hazen PCLLO) (for Appellant) --- Terry R. Wittler (Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather LLP)

Brothers v. Kimball County

S-13-0725, Bradly R. 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 Trustees, Kimball Health Services, Kimball Health Services Board of Trustees, and Trevor W. Bush et al.

Kimball County, Judge Derek Weimer

State v. Ballew

S-13-1065, State v. Joshua D. Ballew (Appellant)

Lancaster County, Judge Stephanie Stacy

Attorneys: Stacy M. Foust (Attorney General’s Office) --- Jessica Milburn (Appellant)

Criminal: First degree assault (2 counts); second degree assault (2 counts); use of a weapon to commit a felony (2 counts).

DMK Biodiesel, LLC v. McCoy

S-14-0150, DMK Biodiesel LLC and Lanoha Biofuels LLC (Appellants) v. John McCoy, John Hanson, Phil High, Jason Anderson, and Renewable Fuels Technology LLC

Buffalo County, Judge John P. Icenogle

Attorneys: David A. Domina, Megan N. Mikolajczyk (Domina Law Group pcllo) (Appellants) --- Daniel L. Lindstrom, Nicholas R. Norton (Jacobsen Orr Lindstrom & Holbrook PCLLO) (Appellees McCoy, Hanson, High and Anderson) --- L. Steve Grasz, Mark D. Hill, Michael Schmidt (Husch Blackwell LLP) (Appellee Renewable Fuels Technology LLC)

State v. Thorpe

S-14-0495, State v. Terrell T. Thorpe (Appellant)

Douglas County, Judge Peter C. Bataillon

Attorneys: Pro Se Appellant --- George R. Love (Attorney General’s Office)

Civil: Postconviction; life sentence

Proceedings below: The district court denied postconviction relief without an evidentiary hearing.

Gibbons Ranches, L.L.C. v. Bailey

S-14-0109, Gibbons Ranches, L.L.C. (Appellant) v. Joel D. Bailey and Jaimee Bailey (Appellees)

S-14-0110, Gibbons Ranches, L.L.C. (Appellant) v. B Agri-Services, Inc. d/b/a Circle B Farms and Tom Bailey (Appellees)

Custer County, Judge Karin L. Noakes

Attorneys:  Bradley D. Holbrook and Nicholas A. Buda of Jacobsen Orr Lindstrom and Holbrook (Appellant) — Christopher P. Wickham of Sennett, Duncan, Jenkins & Wickham, P.C., L.L.O. (Appellees in both cases)

Civil: declaratory judgment

David Fiala, Ltd. v. Harrison

S-14-0178, David Fiala LTD, d/b/a FuturesOne v. Ian Harrison, William Gross (Appellant), Dan Cowger, and Jeff Peterson

Lancaster County, Judge Paul D. Merritt, Jr.

Attorneys: Kevin R. McManaman & Charles E. Wilbrand (Knudsen, Berkheimer, Richardson & Endacott, LLP) — Robert B. Seybert (Baylor, Evnen, Curtiss, Grimit & Witt, LLP)

Civil: Breach of contract - denial of motion to compel arbitration

Schwarz v. Schwarz

S-14-0122, Paul M. Schwarz (Appellant) v. Kristi L. Schwarz (Hendrickson)

Dawson County District Court, Judge Donald E. Rowlands

Attorneys: Derek L. Mitchell (Appellant)--Bradley D. Holbrook (Appellee)

Civil: Child Support

Proceedings Below: District court increased the child support paid by appellee.

Issues: Did the district court err by allowing the appellee (1) a deduction for her obligations to a subsequent child; and (2) a credit for health insurance premiums?