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05-30-2013 Fraser Stryker's Jordan Adam & Tim Thalken To Speak at the 2013 Nebraska Defense Counsel Association Annual Meeting

On May 31, 2013, the Nebraska Defense Counsel Association (NDCA) will hold its annual meeting and seminar. Ten speakers will cover topics from legislative update to current developments in Nebraska case law.

Fraser Stryker attorney, Jordan Adam, will present on neurological examinations and evaluations and their impact upon the defense practice. Mr. Adam is a member of the NDCA Board of Directors. He practices Insurance Defense and Self-Insured Litigation, and Commercial Litigation, among other practice areas.

In addition, Tim Thalken, partner at Fraser Stryker, will speak about the taxable costs in Nebraska civil cases. Mr. Thalken's practice is focused on representing clients in all areas of litigation.

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About the Nebraska Defense Counsel Association

The Nebraska Defense Counsel Association consists of members of the Nebraska State Bar Association who devote a major portion of their professional time to the defense of civil claims and litigation. The Association is dedicated to the defense of civil actions and the promotion of fairness, professionalism, and integrity in the civil justice system. Fraser Stryker partner, Dave Mullin, is the current NDCA President.


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