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Biden Eyes New Funds For Housing, End Of 1031 Tax Program
In a March 9, 2023, article titled “Biden Eyes New Funds For Housing, End Of 1031 Tax Program,” Law360 reported that President Biden’s budget blueprint for the next fiscal year includes investments to increase affordable housing, “while again seeking to eliminate a…
Bar Admission Requirements: Ideas and Initiatives for Change
Senior Counsel Rick Trachok will be participating on a panel at the 2023 Western States Bar Conference to discuss the latest ideas and initiatives for changes to lawyer admission requirements. Rick has served as Chair of the Nevada State Bar’s…
A.G. Burnett Joins Board of Northern Nevada HOPES
McDonald Carano proudly shares the news that A.G. Burnett joined the Board of Directors of Northern Nevada HOPES. For more than 25 years Northern Nevada HOPES has been on the frontline of community health, caring for those with the fewest resources…
John Fortin Featured in Law360 Access to Justice Pro Bono Article
Law360 interviewed litigation attorney John Fortin about a pro bono case he is handling that could reshape the forfeiture process in Nevada. The Access to Justice article (provided below) is titled “Attorneys Work To Take The ‘Civil’ Out Of Civil…
NLRB Ruling Restricts Severance Agreements
UPDATE: In a March 22 memo to agency staff, the NLRB Office of the General Counsel answered 15 questions regarding the Board’s February 21 decision in McLaren Macomb. The decision is explained below. The Memo is available here. In a…
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