Jim Titus has over 40 years of experience in corporate, business and transactional law, health care law, estate planning, elder law, real estate law, litigation, and arbitration and mediation. His practice includes formation of entities; negotiating and reviewing contracts, including employment, marketing, licensing and business acquisition or sales. He has practiced agricultural creditor litigation since 1983 and has been on the mediation panel for bankruptcy court since 2011. He is a hearing officer for the State of Nebraska’s Departments of Banking and Finance; Administrative Services; Revenue; Education; Labor and the Nebraska Secretary of State. He serves as an arbitrator privately, and for the American Arbitration Association, American Health Lawyers Association, and the Nebraska Department of Administrative Services. He is also general counsel to the Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy.
Areas of Practice
Corporate, business and transactional; Estate Planning; Probate, Guardianships and Conservatorships; Health Care; Elder Law; Real Estate; Litigation; Arbitration and Mediation.
Nebraska; U.S. District Court for the State of Nebraska, U.S. Court of Appeals, eighth and ninth circuits; U.S. Tax Court
Lincoln and Nebraska State Bar Association; American Health Lawyers Association; Nebraska State Board of Public Accountancy (2002 to 2010); Nebraska Real Estate Commission (2015 to 2021); American Arbitration Association
University of Nebraska, B.A. in Accounting, with high distinction University of Nebraska College of Law, J.D., with distinction Certified Public Accountant (Certificate, not licensed to practice)