Across more than four decades of public service, dedication to the community and professional achievements, Hal is one of the most highly regarded attorneys in Nebraska.
Before completing two terms as the mayor of Omaha, he served four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, with positions on the House Ways and Means, Public Works and Transportation, Government Operations, and Small Business Committees. He also was a board member for the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the National League of Cities and Omaha’s Metropolitan Entertainment and Convention Authority. In November 2012, he was elected to the University of Nebraska Board of Regents.
Hal represents a multistate pharmacy benefits management company, an electronic hospital-discharge company, a 50-state home healthcare franchise company, a nursing home operator in Nebraska and Iowa, a business that distributes wholesale pharmaceutical products to nursing homes and statewide nursing and chiropractic physicians’ trade associations. He advises on legislative and administrative strategies and issues, such as corporate structure analysis, federal healthcare compliance and major federal tax legislation. In addition, he has authored numerous publications on Social Security and has frequently spoken on healthcare public policy.
Hal’s extensive community service illustrates his commitment to the healthcare field: