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Attorney Disqualification

05.10.2017

In a recent case, the Nevada Supreme Court clarified when an attorney and his new firm should be disqualified based on the attorney’s employment at a previous firm.  In New…

Carano, Cobb to be Honored at UNR Graduation Ceremonies

04.13.2017

Gaming pioneer Donald Carano and political figure Tyrus Cobb will be part of the University of Nevada, Reno graduation ceremonies in May. Both were honored as Distinguished Nevadans by the…

IMPORTANT CHANGES TO THE APPELLATE RULES

04.12.2017

The Supreme Court recently made some important revisions to NRAP 17 that reach beyond the appellate courts. These changes could influence how and where a plaintiff files its complaint in the…

Las Vegas Law Firm Shakes It Up With New Policy Analyst Hire

04.01.2017

After serving two sessions in the Nevada state legislature as the legislative assistant for Senator Aaron Ford, a Democrat who became the Senate minority leader last session and serves as…

Adapting Water Laws for a New Environment: Trends in Appropriation Doctrine States

03.29.2017

Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series on water laws.  Extreme climatic perturbations across the globe have created both record-breaking droughts…

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