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J. Heavican finds that the district court properly granted the law firm's motion for summary judgment stating it did not breach a duty of care by not including citizen objectors in an appeal arising from a change in the state's liquor license application process. The issue of naming citizen objectors in appeals from Nebraska Liquor Control Commission decisions was an unsettled issue of law at that time. Counsel did not have a duty to inform his clients of this. Affirmed.