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Bye to Bad Habits: Lawyers Share Resolutions for 2020

January 24, 2020, Law360, by Erin Coe — Hitting the snooze button instead of the gym. Letting that attorney’s email get under your skin. Checking your smartphone nonstop. Skipping a couple…

McDonald Carano Promotes Three to Partner

January 14, 2020–McDonald Carano is pleased to announce the promotion of attorneys Laura Jacobsen, Rory Kay and Amanda Perach to Partner, effective January 1, 2020. “We congratulate Laura, Rory and…

Sports & Betting Legislation to Watch in 2020

January 1, 2020, Law360, by Zachary Zagger — With more states looking to legalize sports betting and Congress taking a hard look at controversies in Olympic sports, the new year could be a…

2020: The Year of Giving

January 1, 2020, The Writ “Millennial Minute”–With the holiday season of giving and receiving behind us, we embark upon a new year that holds the promise of fulfilled goals and presents opportunity…

Nevada Prisoners Denied Hepatitis C Treatment Sue the State

December 27, 2019, NBC News, by Anita Hassan Adam Hosmer-Henner recently spoke with NBC News about his representation of Nevada inmates in a high profile, class-action lawsuit.  He said, “The…

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