17007 Marcy Street
17007 Marcy Street, Suite 3
Omaha, Nebraska
United States
North America
Christopher Linden


James Pieper


Mary Vandenack


Matthew Dunning


Max Kelch


Monte Schatz


Michael Weaver


William Zastera


About Vandenack Weaver LLC

At Vandenack Weaver in Omaha, Nebraska we view ourselves as strategic partners with our clients. With extensive backgrounds in tax, business and litigation and years of experience working in large law firms throughout the Midwest, our lawyers can handle the most complex business issues with ease. We make it our mission to remain on the cutting edge of the legal profession.

Our firm has embraced technology as a way to streamline the legal process, and we now offer our clients access to legal forms and documents, information about their cases, blogs and additional resources directly through this website. These innovations allow our firm to capitalize on lower overhead and focus on delivering personalized solutions at an affordable cost.

Federal Trade Commission To Evaluate Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising

On February 12, 2020, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced that it is seeking public comment regarding endorsements and testimonials in advertising, including those on consumer review websites. The FTC is interested in learning about the connections between the endorser, reviewer, the underlying business, and the medium in which the endorsement is posted. The FTC...

Mary Vandenack on New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics Opinion 1182: How Long Do You Have to Keep Old Wills

Steve Leimberg’s Estate Planning Email Newsletter – Archive Message #2778 Date: 19-Feb-20 From: Steve Leimberg’s Estate Planning Newsletter Subject: Mary Vandenack on New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics Opinion 1182: How Long Do You Have to Keep Old Wills “The New York State Bar Committee on Professional Ethics recently issued an opinion...

New Rules at the Trademark Office

Effective February 15, 2020, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) implemented several new rules for applicants and registrants. While these rule changes are not substantive in nature, the procedural and administrative updates are likely to cause substantive disruption for certain trademark owners and applicants. Although it is arguable what will have the largest...

Supreme Court to Determine Whether Fossil Must Turn Over Profits for Trademark Infringement

Fossil, Inc., the luxury goods retailer, could owe a manufacturer, Romag Fasteners, Inc., its profits for infringing on Romag’s trademark. The issue of whether Fossil owes Romag approximately $6.7 million dollars in profits gained by using the infringing trademark depends on whether the remedy of disgorgement of profits by a party infringing on a trademark...

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