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2017 NATA Lien Law Seminar



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Date: 02/24/2017

NATA 2017 Lien Law Seminar
Friday, February 24, 2017
Scott Conference Center, Omaha


Program Chair: Brock Wurl, Norman, Paloucek, Herman & Wurl Law Offices, North Platte

Seminar Materials - Table of Contents

48-118 et al.: The Workers' Compensation Carrier Wants to Be Paid Back
Jonathan D. Urbom, Dowding, Dowding, Dowding & Urbom, Lincoln

Medicare/Medicaid: The Government Wants to be Paid Back
Shayla Reed, Reed Law Offices, PC, LLO, Omaha

If My Client Is Not Made Whole, Does Anyone Get Paid Back?
James J. Paloucek, Norman, Paloucek, Herman & Wurl, North Platte

Whose Payback Is Subject to Section 52-401?
Brock D. Wurl, Norman, Paloucek, Herman & Wurl, North Platte

Ethics of Liens and Subrogation
John W. Steele, Counsel for Discipline, Nebraska Supreme Court, Lincoln