We are a full-service business law firm with more than 100 years of combined legal experience. We represent individuals, businesses and estates in matters of all size and complexity.
Whether your needs range from simple contracts to complex commercial litigation, we've got you covered. The legal team of Likes Meyerson Hatch serves clients in matters relating to business and corporate law, real estate, estate and gift tax planning, estate administration, loan documentation and complex tort and business litigation.
We are the same lawyers you have trusted for years. With us you'll receive the same superior legal representation you've always received, at small firm rates. The diversity of our expertise allows us to offer the same range of legal representation normally found at larger firms, while maintaining that traditional, small-firm attention to detail and service.
We want you to succeed. We are experienced professionals who understand your goals and think creatively to find solutions that work for you. Your success is what drives us—today and into the future.
Rob represents individuals and families in the areas of estate and gift tax planning, wills and trusts, and estate administration. His practice also includes representing businesses in corporate transactions, acquisition and sales of businesses, and business succession planning.
Scott Meyerson has been in private practice since 1994 and has extensive experience serving as general counsel to many local and regional closely-held businesses, advising them on matters such as entity formation, corporate law, contract law, real estate law, business succession and secured credit transactions. His business transactional experience has included all types of asset, stock, corporate, limited liability and partnership mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations.
Scott also has extensive experience in representing developers, property owners, property purchasers and tenants in real estate development projects, leasing matters, real estate transactions and real estate finance.
Scott has worked as a solo practitioner and at one of the largest law firms in the country. He has managed the business aspects of a law firm as well as maintaining his professional practice. As a result, Scott has a unique perspective and understanding of business issues and legal matters affecting small businesses.
Scott has been listed in the 2009-2011 editions of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business for real estate. Clients report him as "informed, knowledgeable and creative in his approach to complex deals" and "a deal maker who is always on top of a transaction. He makes life simple and gets things done without hassle."
Bryan handles a broad range of complex tort and business litigation in state and federal courts. He also has extensive administrative experience and significant appellate experience in state and federal courts.
Bryan has been a member of the Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Construction Management at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Jarrod focuses his litigation practice on business and employment matters. He also advises clients on compliance with state and federal employment laws. After graduating from law school, Jarrod served as a law clerk to the Honorable Kenneth F. Ripple of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. He has also served on the staff of former Omaha Mayor Mike Fahey and as a judicial intern to the Honorable Jean C. Hamilton of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri.
Jarrod was selected by his peers as a Great Plains Super Lawyers "Rising Star" in the specialty of employment law in 2016, 2017, and 2018.
Jarrod received the Alumni Association Award upon graduation from the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law for having the highest grade point average among his graduating class.
Brandon has a broad transactional practice in the areas of corporate and securities transactions, health care and nonprofit law. He advises businesses of all sizes on transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, commercial and technology contracts, and private equity financing. Brandon's health care practice involves the representation of rural health care facilities, federally-qualified health centers, physician groups and health associations in connection with business transactions, vendor contracts, employment and professional services contracts, policy drafting and regulatory compliance. In the nonprofit realm, Brandon has assisted clients with a vast array of issues, including applications for tax exemptions, formation and dissolution, corporate governance, regulatory compliance, gift management, charitable gaming, executive compensation and a variety of contract matters.
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In 2016 Brandon was selected by the American Bar Association, Nonprofit Organizations Committee, as its 2016 recipient of the Outstanding Young Lawyer Award, which recognizes an attorney who has made outstanding contributions to the nonprofit sector and/or the development of nonprofit law.
In 2015 through 2017, Brandon was selected by his peers for inclusion as a Great Plains Super Lawyers "Rising Star" in the specialty of Mergers and Acquisitions. While in law school, Brandon was the recipient of the inaugural Judge Donald P. Lay Law Review Student Prize, which recognizes outstanding dedication and excellence in the Creighton Law Review.
Having practiced law principally in Omaha for nearly 50 years, Steve has joined the firm, of counsel. He continues to advise business clients on general corporate and commercial matters and families on associated equity and value succession, estate planning and management transition. As well, he has for many years actively engaged in a sophisticated mergers and acquisition practice and complex commercial solutions.