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Randles’s Take: Lucky Dragon Bankruptcy Puts EB-5 Investments in Limbo

WSJ Pro, August 7, 2018, by Jonathan Randles Aspiring immigrants who invested in the Lucky Dragon, an Asian-themed hotel and casino in Las Vegas, are alleging developers didn’t disclose a…

South Dakota v. Wayfair: What’s Next in Nevada?

RAN Newsletter, August 1, 2018 Last month, the United State Supreme Court issued its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.  The decision overruled a 1992 case affirming that a seller…

4 Crucial Employment Law Questions For Dealmakers

Law360, July 30, 2018, By Braden Campbell From hidden legal liabilities to high-priced compensation pacts for soon-to-be redundant executives, there’s a veritable minefield of employment-related issues capable of stalling otherwise…

Labor of Law: Your Predictions (And a Few Questions) About a Justice Kavanaugh

July 12, 2018, Law.com, By Erin Mulvaney Brett Kavanaugh elevation to the U.S. Supreme Court would put on the bench a veteran judge with deep experience on labor and employment…

Nevada Newsmakers – Interview with Susan Fisher

Friday, July 6, 2018, nevadanewsmakers.com Sam Shad interviewed Susan Fisher on a number of subjects, touching on Nevada water issues and Coyote Springs Development; Question 3 Nevada, The Energy Choice Initiative; and the…

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