Gretchen L. McGill/
Litigation And Trial Practice, Arbitration And Mediation/
Gretchen McGill assists clients with all aspects of the litigation process, from initial consultations through trial. Gretchen represents clients in claims regarding a variety of contract disputes involving construction contracts, partnership agreements, insurance contracts and lease agreements. In addition, Gretchen has broad experience in matters including probate and trust administration as well as state and federal tax refunds and deficiencies. Gretchen has acquired nationwide experience concerning mechanic and construction lien claims. Gretchen also handles mediations and arbitrations for clients. Prior to joining the Dvorak Law Group, Gretchen served as a Deputy County Attorney and gained extensive trial experience while prosecuting a wide variety of crimes.
- Successfully negotiated estate litigation case involving the wrongful transfer of assets.
- Represented company in breach of fiduciary duty and conversion claims against the shareholder.
- Obtained a favorable outcome for the client sued for ejectment from business property.
- Represented large Midwest company against the vendor for violation of the Uniform Commercial Code.
- Successfully pursued and defended clients’ lien claims related to construction disputes.
Professional Affiliations and Community Involvement
- Business Ethics Alliance, governing board member
- Merrymakers, president, and board member
- Nebraska Diplomats
- Nebraska State Bar Association
- Leadership Omaha Class 35
- Business Contracts
- Entity Formation & Maintenance
- Entity Governance
Banking, Finance & Creditor’s Rights
- Commercial Loans
- Bankruptcy/Creditor’s Rights
- TIF/Bond Financing
- DIP Financing
- State of Nebraska
- United States District Court, District of Nebraska
J.D., (cum laude) University of Minnesota Law School, 1999
- Author, “Qui Tam Suits: Defining the Rights and Roles of the Government and the Relator Under the False Claims Act”, 82 Minn. L. Rev. 1357 (1998)
- Note and Comment Editor, Minnesota Law Review (1999)
B.A., (summa cum laude) University of South Carolina