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Trev Peterson and James Ramey Attend LIBA Luncheon

Trev Peterson and James Ramey, as the Knudsen Law Firm's representatives to the Lincoln Independent Business Association ("LIBA"), attended LIBA's monthly luncheon.  This month's luncheon discussed the effect of the Affordable Healthcare Act on small businesses.

October 15th, 2012|Events|

Bankruptcy Litigation 101 Seminar

Knudsen Law Firm attorney Trev Peterson will be speaking at the Bankruptcy Litigation 101 Seminar on three topics: Preference Litigation Fraudulent Transfer Litigation Objections to Claims Trev has nearly 30 years of experience in the commercial and real estate lending, bankruptcy, foreclosure and commercial litigation practice areas. He has represented lenders in cases under Chapters 7, 11, [...]

October 12th, 2012|Events|

Nebraska Foreclosures and Workouts

When foreclosure is looming, you not only need to understand all your client's options, you also need practical techniques for protecting your client's interests. Get the tools you need! This practical instruction begins with a detailed walk-through of the various loan workout options and the foreclosure process. Then take an in-depth look at how to [...]

September 7th, 2011|Events|

Workshop on Employment & Labor Laws

Social Media Dos & Dont’s – Managing Risks Kevin McManaman is a partner of the Lincoln, Nebraska law firm of Knudsen, Berkheimer, Richardson & Endacott, LLP, where he concentrates his practice on commercial litigation, employment law, and workers’ compensation. He practices in state and federal courts, as well as arbitration.  Kevin also writes and updates [...]

July 1st, 2011|Events|

2011 Human Rights Conference

2011 Human Rights Conference – Sponsored by the Lincoln, Nebraska Human Rights Commission. Lincoln, Nebraska – Presentation:  Protection by Prevention: Workplace Bullying and Social Media Considerations Registration Form

March 11th, 2011|Events|

NE Supreme Court Republican River Basin Oral Argument

Watch the Supreme Court oral argument on Frenchman Cambridge’s petition to have the Republican River Basin declared over-appropriated: http://www.supremecourt.ne.gov/oral-arguments/sc/video/3-11/3-2a.shtml Note: Arguments begin at 9 minutes, 5 seconds into the video.

February 21st, 2011|Events|