Kutak Rock LLP
Size of Organization: 125
Year Established: 1965Web Site: http://www.kutakrock.com
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Founded in Omaha in 1965, Kutak Rock LLP conducts a full-service, multidisciplinary practice. While the firm has long had a nationally recognized public and corporate finance practice, we have also developed a sophisticated business and litigation practice representing clients across the country in complex transactions and major litigation. Kutak Rock has represented every major investment banking firm in the United States; major European, Asian and domestic money-center banks; savings and loan associations; insurance companies; national real estate syndicators and developers; major national franchising enterprises; and numerous other financial institutions, businesses and state and local governmental units. The firm's litigation practice group represents corporate and individual clients in federal and state courts nationwide in complex civil litigation matters and represents clients in arbitration and mediation proceedings. The firm's Healthcare/hospital law group represents hospitals and physician organizations in numerous states.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Kutak Rock LLP:
Products Liability (108 cases in past two years)
Total number of Mergers & Aquisitions by Kutak Rock LLP:
3 (in past two years)
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Windsor Amendments Required Before Year End For Some Retirement Plans
Alfred B. Fowler,Peter C. Langdon,Juliana Reno,John E. Schembari,Michelle M. Ueding, April 14, 2014
Late last week the IRS issued guidance (Notice 2014-19) regarding required amendments to qualified retirement plans in response to United States v. Windsor (“Windsor”). You may recall that on June 26, 2013, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion in Windsor that found the...
Supreme Court Holds Severance Payments Are Generally Subject to FICA; SUB Payments Are Not
Alfred B. Fowler,Peter C. Langdon,Juliana Reno,John E. Schembari,Michelle M. Ueding, April 4, 2014
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in United States v. Quality Stores Inc., holding that severance payments generally are subject to Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) taxes, but payments under Supplemental Unemployment Compensation Benefit Plans are not. Based on this...
Underinsured Motorist Coverage Offer Does Not Require Price Quote
S. David Childers, April 4, 2014
On March 27, 2014, Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals issued its decision in Newman v. Cornerstone National Ins. Co., Case No. 1 CA-CV13-0082 (3/27/14), holding that a written offer of underinsured motorist (“UIM”) coverage does not require a corresponding premium price to be...