Top Nebraska City Securities Lawyers - Nebraska

The securities and commodities industries are highly regulated, and the complex laws governing them require the services of experienced attorneys. When a dispute arises between an investor and a broker, the parties are generally required to attempt resolution of their dispute with one of several regulatory organizations, including FINRA (formerly the National Association of Securities Dealers...

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In Seattle, Washington, the law firm of Schlemlein Fick & Scruggs is full of tireless advocates and trusted advisors who aid clients in matters of securities law, litigation, business law, real estate law and construction law. While we are based in Seattle, we take cases from clients throughout the nation. Just a few areas our litigation experience extends to are professional liability,...

  • Since 1967, we have served clients in Omaha, Nebraska, and throughout the U.S. as highly skilled, knowledgeable business and commercial litigation attorneys. At the law firm of Erickson | Sederstrom, we handle cases of employment law, estate planning, appeals, construction, health care law, governmental matters, intellectual property, mediation, transportation, tax law, real estate law and...

  • For more than 60 years Abrahams Kaslow & Cassman LLP has been one of Omaha's most respected business law firms. The firm was established in 1944 when Creighton University law school graduates, Milton R. Abrahams and Ben E. Kaslow, combined their legal practices. Harvard law school graduate, Frederick S. Cassman, joined the firm in 1949. These three original partners and their successors have...

  • For over 50 years, the attorneys at the law firm of Erickson | Sederstrom have represented those in Lincoln, Nebraska, along with the following states: Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, South Dakota, Colorado and many other places throughout the country. At the appellate and federal level, we have attorneys at our law firm who are qualified to handle legal cases of business and commercial litigation,...

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