Mark your calendar for April 5 for the premier event for commercial real estate in the Omaha, Council Bluffs and Lincoln areas. Reports from the committee is this year they anticipate being sold out at the Convention Center Omaha. Sign up will be begin soon at the CRE Summit website. Congratulations to Jerry Slusky, Dan Smith, and Tom McLeay for all their efforts on the CRE Summit Board. #CommercialRealEstate #jerryslusky #omahaattorney
Omaha, NE – Smith Slusky Law has added Omaha Attorney Wayne Rasmussen and Jacob Acers to its ranks, building an even stronger presence in the real estate law arena. Rasmussen brings more than 35 years experience to the firm, with real estate and business law as two of his main areas of practice. Acers is building his practice in business and contract law. “While Smith Slusky Law has expertise in a wide variety of practice areas, we’re really seeing growth in our business and
Smith Slusky Law is pleased to announce that Danielle Dring has joined the firm as an associate. Danielle Dring’s focus is in Corporate, Real Estate, and Construction Law. Dring is also a Certified Mediator from the Nebraska Office of Dispute Resolution in Alternative Dispute Resolution. She received her Juris Doctor from Creighton University in 2014. While in Law School she served as Secretary of International Law Society and studied International Comparative Corporate Law
Reminder that it's time to register for the CRE Summit, the premier event for commercial real estate in the Omaha, Council Bluffs and Lincoln areas. Reports from the committee is this year the sign ups is already on pace for a sell out. Quite an acheivement to sell out the ballroom of the CenturyLink Center. Congratulations to Jerry Slusky, Dan Smith, Tom McLeay and Joe Wieland for all their efforts on the CRE Summit board. #CommercialRealEstate #omahaattorney
From left: Larry Jobeun of Fullenkamp, Doyle and Jobeun; Jerry Slusky of Smith Slusky Law; and Omaha Assistant City Attorney Jennifer Taylor, presented a one-of-a-kind class – Is Commercial Real Estate (“CRE”) Law for Me? – at the Creighton University School of Law last week at the invitation of Assistant Dean David Weber (right). – Photo by Lorraine Boyd (The Omaha Daily Record) Creighton Business Law students study contracts, corporate finance, mortgages and insurance am
Annual Commercial Real Estate Event to ‘Break Down Barriers’ and ‘Adapt’ on Friday, April 8
By Julien R. Fielding More than 35 commercial real estate industry leaders sit on the Planning Committee for the CRE Summit. “Their objective is to keep on making the annual commercial real estate event as dynamic, relevant and fresh as possible,” said Jerry Slusky, event founder and partner at Smith Slusky Law. “This year is no different." “For 27 years now, the CRE Summit has provi
Watching the Super Bowl is a blast. But beyond the game and the ads, it is refreshing to see someone of Clete Blakeman's stature reach his goal of reffing the big game. And then to give up the ultimate prize of the coin toss to anyone, including the legendary Joe Montana, is true class. Congrats, Clete. The New York Times article today, The Super Bowl Ad That Set Off Economic Alarm Bells is a very interesting conversation about the economics of driving consumers to use convie
(Strictly Business Omaha Magazine) Smith Slusky Law is a general practice law firm in Omaha since 1978. In the last few years, Dan Smith and Jerry Slusky have seen the explosive growth in Omaha as an opportunity to grow the firm into a strong business, banking and real estate practice. This strategy works nicely with the established litigation, estate planning and mediation practice areas. “While Smith Slusky Law already has expertise in a wide variety of practice areas, we’r
What to Expect Going into Spring Construction Season
At a recent board meeting of the CRE Summit, the general conversation was focused on one key issue: labor. Existing Labor Force No surprise with an 3% unemployment that getting skilled labor on the job remains a difficult issue. But this year it is going beyond that. • Highly skilled trades are not showing up to job sites.
• The bidder list has gone regional to national without many responders.
• Many bid re