Sunday, August 09, 2009

"The case is over and done." Nebraska Supreme Court overrules most recent iteration of family dispute over assets of local Omaha business and refuses to reinstate lawsuit against company that some relatives brought. Ferer v. Aaron Ferer & Sons, S-08-534, 278 Neb. 282 "Appellants also claim the district court erred in denying their motion for an order nunc pro tunc reinstating their ...cause of action for involuntary liquidation.The (trial court in its order) expressly stated that it intended to dismiss the sixth cause of action and that the dismissal was "no mistake." We find that the court has been extremely patient in dealing with appellants’ repeated attempts to retry issues that have previously been decided. The court did not abuse its discretion in denying appellants’ motion for an order nunc pro tunc. we conclude that the district court did not abuse its discretion in refusing to allow appellants to resurrect causes of action that have merely been repackaged and rewrapped. The (plaintiffs' case of Aaron versus defendants) is over and done.

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