• Litigation Specialist
  • Insurance Defense
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
  • Practices in Nebraska




Matthew B. Reilly
Attorney at Law
Matt graduated from Creighton University in 2006 with degrees in finance and economics. Matt then went on to attend University of Nebraska College of Law where he graduated with distinction in 2009. Matt clerked for E|S throughout his last year of law school before joining E|S as an associate in the fall of 2009. Matt’s practice areas include litigation, insurance defense, workers’ compensation, and bankruptcy/creditors’ rights.

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Related News Stories
The Supreme Court Decides What is a Final Appealable Order in Workers' Compensation Cases
January 15, 2014
Without a determination of benefits, an Award that merely finds compensability or rejects a defense is not a final appealable order in workers’ compensation cases.
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Seventh Circuit Creates Circuit Split Over Inherited IRAs
May 8, 2013
In In re Clark, --- F.3d ---- (7th Cir. 2013), the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit concluded that inherited IRAs are not exempt from a debtor’s bankruptcy estate, creating a circuit split among the United States Courts of Appeals.
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Defense Obligations of Primary and Excess Insurers When The Primary Insurer Tenders Its Policy Limits
August 1, 2012
As a general rule, the mere tendering of policy limits by a primary insurer does not discharge the defense obligations that the primary insurer owes to its insured.
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Compelled Deposition of Foreign Corporations Under Rule 30(b)(6)
July 19, 2012
Generally, under Rule 30(b)(6) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the depositions of a foreign corporation are usually required to be taken at the corporation’s principal place of business. However, corporations should note that courts look to a number of different factors in determining whether to rebut this general presumption.
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NEBRASKA’S GOING TO AND COMING FROM WORK RULE
June 14, 2012
Under Nebraska’s workers’ compensation laws, an employer is generally not required to compensate an employee for injuries the employee sustains while going to or coming from work. However, this rule is subject to a number of widely recognized exceptions under Nebraska law.
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Office Location
Regency Westpointe
10330 Regency Parkway Drive Suite 100
Omaha, Nebraska 68114-3761
(402) 397-2200

 



Education
Creighton University, B.S.B.A., 2006 University of Nebraska College of Law, J.D. with distinction, 2009 Order of the Barrister, Member of Nebraska’s National Moot Court Team, Recipient of Kenneth L. Noah Memorial Award for best brief

Member Of
Omaha Bar Association Nebraska State Bar Association

Admitted To
Nebraska, 2009 United States District Court of Nebraska