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JEROME F. SHERMAN Ph.D
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PERSONAL

                  Name        - Jerome F. Sherman
                  Address     - 9947 Essex
                                Omaha, NE 68114

                 Telephone - 402-397-6698
                 Fax       - 402-397-6948
                 E-mail     - JFSherman@AOL.com

                 Other        -   Born: February l6, l940, Lincoln, NE
                              -   Height: 6’4”
                              -   Weight: 235
                              -   Married - 4 adult children
                              -   Wife’s name - Jeanette


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
              High School - St. Cecilia High School, Hastings, NE
                            Graduated: May, l958
              B.S.       - Regis College, Denver, CO
                            Graduated: May, l962
                            Major Field: Mathematics
              M.A.        - Memphis State University, Memphis, TN
                            Graduated: May, l968
                            Major Field: Finance and Economics
              Ph.D.       - University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS
                            Graduated: May, l973
                            Major Field: Finance

EDUCATION AREAS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
             Ph.D. Primary Field - Finance and Investments

                         SECONDARY FIELD
                              1. Quantitative Economics and Statistics
                              2. Economics
                              3. Management
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ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
  Associate Professor Finance, Creighton University. Primarily responsible for finance and
  investment courses on the undergraduate and graduate level for 23 years. Retired (Tenured)
  Rehireded by Creighton University in 2006.
   Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for 6 years. Primarily
   responsible for teaching courses in investments and finance. (Tenured)
   Instructor of Economics and Finance at Christian Brothers College, Memphis, Tennessee
   (2 years). Primarily responsible for teaching courses in economics and finance.
   Head basketball coach and mathematics teacher at St. Cecilia High School, Hastings,
   Nebraska (2 years)

BUSINESS EXPERIENCE
  Board of Directors, New York Mortgage Trust (NTR), New York. Chairman of the audit
  committee.
   Board of Directors of Network Typesetting, Inc., an Omaha based firm.
   Board of Directors of Advanced Display Technology, Inc., and Omaha based firm.
   A consultant to First Corporate Finance of Omaha for the purpose of structuring and valuing
   venture capital proposals.

   A consultant to the corporate finance department of First Mid-American. Basic responsibility
   was the evaluation of proposed financing of Midwestern Corporations and the evaluation of
   tax-sheltered investments for two years.

   Research analyst for Kirkpatrick, Pettis, Smith, Polian, Inc. in Omaha, Nebraska for two
   years. Started the research department.

   Research analyst for First Mid-America in Lincoln, Nebraska for one year.

   Registered Representative with First Mid-America, Lincoln, Nebraska and with Kohlmeyer
   and Company (l965-l967). Both positions were registered representatives.

   Owner of General Investment Company, a broker-dealer firm in Memphis, Tennessee. This
   company specialized in merchandising mutual funds (l968-1971).

AWARDS
  Who’s Who in Nebraska; l976-77 Bicentennial Edition.
   Outstanding Teacher, College of Business Administration. Creighton University, l979-80
   Faculty of the Year, College of Business Administration, Creighton University, 1998-1999.
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RESEARCH (PUBLISHED) ARTICLES
  Jerome F. Sherman and Fred Luthans, “Expansion and Environmental Protection: The
  Financial Dilemma Facing Electric Utilities”, The Journal of Behavioral Economics, Winter,
  l975.
   Jerome F. Sherman and H. David Heumann, “Beware of the Need for Registering New Issues
   of Securities in Nebraska”, Business in Nebraska, May, l975.
   Jerome F. Sherman, “A New Retirement Program for Corporations; Employee’s Stock
   Ownership Trust”, Business in Nebraska, February, l977.
   Jerome F. Sherman, “Valuation of Pensions”, The Prairie Barrister, Fourth Quarter, l980.
   Jerome F. Sherman, “Projection of Economic Loss - Inflation vs. Present Value”, Creighton
   Law Review, Spring, 1981. Cited by the United States Supreme Court in Jones - Laughlin
   Steel Corporation vs. Pfeifer. No. 82-131. Argued February 28, l983.
   Jerome F. Sherman, “Can Municipal Bond Portfolios Be Successfully Hedged”, Midsouth
   Journal of Economics, Volume 5 number 2, 1981.
   Jerome F. Sherman, “The Present Value of Structured Settlements”, The Prairie Barrister,
   Second Quarter, 1981.
   Jerome F. Sherman, “Valuation of Professional Degrees”, The Prairie Barrister, Fourth
   Quarter, 1981.
   Jerome F. Sherman and Fred Luthans, “ESOP: A Win - Win Strategy for Rewarding
   Employees and Employers”, Strategy and Executive Action, Spring l984
   Jerome F. Sherman and Robert R. Johnson, “The Financial World: A Campus and Travel
   Course,” Journal of Financial Education. Vol. XVI (Fall 1987) pp. 26-31.
   Jerome F. Sherman and Peter S. Sherman, “An Analytical Comparison of Productivity
   Between US and Japanese Companies” Pan-Pacific Conference XVI, June 1999. Fiji


BOOK
    Jerome F. Sherman, “Correspondence Course for Micronesia—Public Finance”,
    University Extension Division, The University of Nebraska, 1971.
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EXPERT TESTIMONY
  I have worked in over 900 cases for both plaintiff and defense attorneys throughout the
  United States the past twenty-five years. My experience in expert testimony has been in the
  following areas:
       (1) Economic loss due to death or accident.
       (2) Determination of lost earnings in business cases.
       (3) Rate of return testimony in utility rate cases in Nebraska and Iowa.
       (4) Valuations of privately-held corporations for Employee Stock Ownership Plans.
       (5) Studies of need and convenience for bank charters and financial projections
       (6) Valuation of privately-held corporations.
       (7) Wage disputes in The Court of Industrial Relations.
       (8) Valuation of professional corporations.
       (9) Valuations of trademarks.
       (10) Valuation for mergers and acquisitions.

   Presentations
       (1) Presentation to the Nebraska State Bar Association on the use of an economist as an
           expert witness. l974.
       (2) Presentation to the Lincoln Bar Association on inflation vs. present value. l976.
       (3) Moderator of a panel discussion of the Institute of Corporate Finance and Securities
           Distribution, College of Law, University of Nebraska. l977.

       (4) Lecturer at the seminar for continuing legal education for attorneys and counselors in
           Iowa. January, l978.

       (5) Panelist at seminar for continuing legal education at The College of Law, University
           of Nebraska

       (6) Paper presented at Nebraska Economics and Business Association Conference. l979.

       (7) Paper presented to the Association of Trial Lawyers of Iowa on the use of economic
           testimony in court. l982.
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  . EXPERT TESTIMONY (Continued)

       (8) Participants in seminar for continuing legal education for attorneys and counselors at
           Creighton University. Summer, l983

       (9) Presentation on valuing privately-held corporations at the 7th Annual Mid-America
           Accounting and Auditing Conference. October, l984.

      (10) Presentation at seminar on Nebraska law on the measure of damages sponsored by
           the Nebraska Continuing Education, Inc. June, 1986.

      (11) Paper presentation, “The Value of Economic Testimony in Personal Injury and Death
           Cases.” Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys, Spring, 1987.

      (12) Presentation of economic testimony for Nebraska Continuing Legal Education, Inc.,
           Fall, 1988.

      (13) Presentation on “The Theory of Economic Damages.” Nebraska Association Trail
           Attorneys, Winter 1988.

      (14) Presentation on economic damages in a trial advocacy program in Nebraska.
           Summer, 1995.

      (15) Presentation on economic damages in a seminar on trial practice sponsored by the
           Nebraska Association of Trial Attorney’s. Spring, 1996.




RESEARCH (APPLIED)
  Served as a consultant or wrote research reports on the following companies:
   Art’s Way Manufacturing (Iowa)                Leggett and Platt (Missouri)
   Justin Industries (Texas)                     Carpenter Paper (Nebraska)
    Empire Fire and Marine (Nebraska)            Burlington Railroad (Nebraska)
   Southern California Water (California)        Washington Natural Gas (Washington)
   American Banker’s Life (Florida)              Cullum Companies (Texas)
   Dayton Malleable Iron (Ohio)                  W.A. Krueger (Arizona)
   Omaha National Bank (Nebraska)                 First National Bank - Lincoln (Nebraska)
   Southwest Petrochemical (Kansas)              National Bank of Commerce (Nebraska)
   Miracle Recreation (Iowa)                     Starr Broadcasting (Louisiana)
   Godfather’s Pizza, Inc. (Nebraska)            Midwest Walnut (Nebraska)
   MUD (Nebraska)                                Northwestern Bell (Nebraska)
   InterNorth (Nebraska)                          Union Pacific Railroad (Nebraska)
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PUBLIC SERVICE
  Member of Omaha Economic Development Council
  Board of Trustees of Sanitary Improvement District l88.
  Task force member of the Health Planning Council of the Midlands.
  Rank and Tenure Committee. One year
  Academic Council. (University wide) Three years
  Curriculum Committee. Four years
  Committee for Admissions. (University wide) Two years
  College of Business Graduate School Committee. Two years
  Board of Directors, Regency Homes Association for 11 years. (President -10 years)
  Board of Directors, Regency Lake Association for 11 years (President -5 years)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP (Past or Present)
  Member of Nebraska Economics and Business Association
  Chartered Financial Analysts
  Midsouth Academy of Economist
  Financial Executive Institute
  Financial Management Association

SERVICE TO THE STATE
  I have given lectures of the state of the economy and the stock market to various businessmen
  and community leaders in the following Nebraska cities.
              Omaha             York               Holdrege
              Lincoln          Hastings            Lexington
              Beatrice       Grand Island          Fremont
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