By Burke J. Harr, Nebraska State Senator In the last couple of years, the Nebraska Legislature passed two bills to limit the power of individuals to qualify for government nursing care assistance. The purpose of the bills is to limit the government’s responsibility to pay for nursing home care and moved it back to … Continue reading An Introduction to LB 268
Houghton Bradford Whitted would like to recognized partner Bob Mullin, who has been Rated AV Preeminent Lawyer for Thirty Years this year. This is the highest possible peer review rating in legal ability and ethical standards. Congratulations, Bob!
Several members of Houghton Bradford Whitted had the privilege of attending the MCA Omaha Associate Night last week. With the help of other members of MCAO, the firm raised money for Habitat for Humanity. Check out some photos from the event below.
The Supreme Court of Nebraska has recently issued an opinion that affects the construction industry, and you should be aware of the ramifications. The case, entitled Weitz Company, LLC v. Hands, Inc., deals with the effect of a subcontractor’s refusal to honor its bid to a general contractor after the subcontractor’s bid was relied upon … Continue reading Weitz v. Hands, Inc. – Subcontractors Beware