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The Next COVID-19 Employment Litigation Hotbeds

September 16, 2020, Law360, by Braden Campbell, In the coming weeks and months, the safety and wrongful termination lawsuits that have made up the bulk of coronavirus-related litigation thus far…

3 Considerations As Amazon Eyes JC Penney, Sears Spaces

September 1, 2020, Law360, by Andrew McIntyre, Amazon is reportedly seeking to use former J.C. Penney and Sears stores as distribution warehouses, and experts say mall owners and smaller tenants…

38 McDonald Carano Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers in America 2021

August 20, 2020 – McDonald Carano LLP is pleased to announce that 38 of our attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America…

Cannabis Corruption Cases Ramp Up With FBI Scrutiny

Pupo’s attorney, Diane Welch of McDonald Carano LLP, said he has not been charged with any wrongdoing related to the licensing process. Full Article Below By Diana Novak Jones Law360…

Nevada Government Affairs & Advocacy Nevada Update – August 6, 2020

Government Affairs Daily Update August 6, 2020 Our Government Affairs & Advocacy Team is dedicated to keeping you informed and up to date with political and COVID-19 information in Nevada….

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