Matthew Munderloh

Matthew M. Munderloh

EDUCATION

Creighton University,
B.A., International Studies, 2000
Summa Cum Laude

University of Nebraska College of Law,
Juris Doctor, 2003, With High Distinction
Order of the Coif
Order of the Barristers
Executive Editor, Nebraska Law Review

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Nebraska State Bar Association
2003 - Present

Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association
2003 - Present

American Bar Association 2013 - Present

Federal Practice Committee, District of Nebraska, 2015-present

ADMITTED

Nebraska State Bar Association, 2003
Nebraska State Courts, 2003
United States District Court, District of Nebraska, 2003
8th Circuit Court of Appeals, 2005

PUBLICATIONS

Nebraska's (More or Less) Stable Approach to "Extreme and Outrageous" Conduct and Intentional
Infliction of Emotional Distress:

Brandon ex rel. Estate of Brandon v. County of Richardson, 261 Neb. 636,
624 N.W.2d 604 (2001), 81 Neb. L. Rev. 1287 (2003)

REPRESENTATIVE CASES

State v. Hansen, 2014 WL 1199321 (Neb. App. 2014) (Reversal of felony conviction)

Phillips v. Pearson's Painting, Inc., U.S. D. Ct.-D. Neb., 8:13CV211 (2013) (Defense of FLSA claim; demand of $100,000+; judgment of less than $2,000)

Thomsen v. Alegent Health, U.S. D.Ct.-D. Neb., 8:08CV120 (2008) (Favorable resolution of Americans with Disabilities Act claim)

Lashley v. Oestreich, U.S. D. Ct.-D. Neb., 8:08CV506 (2008) (Favorable resolution of 4th Amendment (illegal arrest) claim)

State v. McCulloch, 15 Neb. App. 616 (2007) (Reversal of sex assault conviction)

E-mail Mr. Munderloh: mmunderloh@johnsonandmock.com
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