Justin Herrmann’s practice is focused on representing clients primarily in the areas of criminal defense, employment law, business, real estate, wills and trusts, estate planning and probate. However, he also has experience representing clients in a wide variety of civil litigation matters, including real estate disputes, contract disputes, probate litigation, employment litigation, personal injury claims, wrongful death claims and more. Although the majority of his work resides in Buffalo County, Justin has represented many clients across Greater Nebraska in all types of matters, particularly in the areas of criminal defense, employment law and estate planning. Justin’s overlapping experience and client-centered practice have made him a sought-after representative across Buffalo County and Greater Nebraska.
Justin’s criminal defense practice consists of regularly representing clients in all types of criminal matters, including both misdemeanor and felony offenses. He has experience in the defense of many major felonies including sex offenses, drug possession and distribution, and theft-related offenses, including robbery and burglary.
Justin’s employment law practice consists of regularly representing both employers and employees in connection with a number of employment issues, ranging from discrimination claims, to wrongful termination claims, to matters arising under the numerous other federal and state laws that may affect the employment relationship. He regularly advises his employer clients on a broad range of employment issues with the goal of minimizing employment claims and/or strengthening the defense of any such claims that might be made against an employer. Similarly, and with the same goal in mind, Justin frequently assists employers with the preparation of personnel policies and employee handbooks, as well as employment agreements, including non-compete, non-solicitation, confidentiality/non-disclosure, and severance agreements. Should the need arise, Justin is fully prepared to litigate employment claims on behalf of either employers or employees in either the court system or applicable administrative agencies.
Justin’s real estate practice consists of both real estate transactional work, where he regularly represents clients who are selling or buying residential or commercial properties, and real estate litigation.
Justin’s estate planning and probate practice involves helping individuals and families with services that include wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, living wills, federal estate tax planning and determinations, Nebraska inheritance tax planning and determinations, special needs trust planning and probate administration.
|Shareholder||Jacobsen, Orr, Lindstrom & Holbrook, P.C., L.L.O.||2005 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Buffalo County Bar Association||Member||2005 - 2015|
|Nebraska State Bar Association||Member||2005 - 2015|
|Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association||Member||2005 - 2015|
|The Nebraska Lawyer||State v. Covey: Nebraska Supreme Court Distinguishes Criminal Impersonation from False Reporting||2015|
|University of Nebraska||JD - Juris Doctor||2005|
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