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Supreme Court ruling in favor of Falls City

(KLZA)-- Falls City Council members were informed over the weekend that a Nebraska Supreme Court ruling on February 14 affirmed the Lancaster County District Court dismissal of a lawsuit against the City. 

DH-1 sought attorney fees of nearly $1.5-million, claiming the money was owed to Houghton, Bradford, Whitted, PC and Weaver & Merz, a partnership, alleging Falls City had breached a fee agreement it had entered into with the two law firms on a contingency basis.

The Lancaster County District Court ruling was  handed down in December, 2018. 

In November, 2006 the City entered into an agreement with the firms to represent the City interest in any claims Falls City may pursue on behalf of the Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska, the National Public Gas Agency and the Nebraska Municipal Power Pool. 

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