His article discusses in detail under what circumstances a court may award costs in a typical civil case and what it is, and is not, recoverable as taxable cost under Nebraska law. It also provides insight regarding the interplay between a motion to tax costs and the timing of an appeal.
Tim’s practice at Fraser Stryker is focused on representing clients in all manners of litigation. He has extensive trial, arbitration, administrative, and appellate experience. Tim regularly defends clients in litigation involving commercial disputes, negligence claims, insurance coverage, and claims brought under Section 1983 and ERISA.
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