The parties divorced in 2015 pursuant to a stipulated divorce decree in which they shared joint legal and physical custody. After motions and a hearing, the District Court awarded respondent primary physical custody and sole legal custody for education, support and costs. Appellant appealed. In June 2018, the court of appeals affirmed in part and reversed in part and remanded for further findings and for corrections to the order appointing a parenting coordinator. Appellant again filed a motion to modify custody based on changed circumstances, which the District Court denied.
Case Number: 2019-009200
Case Number: 2020-001202
Appellant pursued a claim for industrial injury benefits based on his alleged carpal tunnel syndrome incurred from preparing food during his job as a pastry chef. His application for benefits was denied. The appeals officer rejected his appeal of the denial of benefits, citing delays and inconsistencies in his reporting, and relying on the application of the last injurious exposure rule to find no recurrent injury, rather an aggravation of conditions that progressed over time after termination of his employment. The District Court summarily denied appellant’s petition for judicial review.