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Omaha is the largest city in the state of Nebraska, and is the county seat of Douglas County. Its population of 432,921 is the nation’s 42nd-largest. Founded by speculators from Iowa in 1854, Omaha’s position as a central transportation hub along the Missouri river earned it the nickname "Gateway to the West." The hometown and birthplace of famous investor Warren Buffet, it is now a modern cosmopolitan city home to numerous fortune 500 companies.
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Omaha lawyers practice in fields such as criminal law, family law, immigration law, estate planning law, real estate law, and employment law. For example, Omaha attorneys recently filed a suit against an Omaha steel foundry. Their client was injured on the job, and shortly thereafter ordered to resume heavy lifting duties against the recommendations of his doctor. He refused and was fired. Omaha lawyers assisted him all the way from the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to the Omaha U.S. District Court.
Omaha lawyers know the ins and outs of the 4th Judicial District of Nebraska. Attorneys in Douglas County are familiar with the local rules and procedures that will help them to effectively represent you should your case ever go to court.
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