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Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Case Challenging Sanctuary Cities Ballot Question

The Nevada Independent, May 8, 2018 By Riley Snyder The politically charged battle over a ballot question seeking to ban sanctuary cities has made its first stop in Nevada’s highest…

Employers Scrambling to Revisit Boilerplate Drug Policies

Law360, May 7, 2018 By Braden Campbell James Reidy, chair of Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green PA’s employment group, maintains a traditional practice that includes advising employers on wage laws…

Leaving Las Vegas

Gambling Insider, May/June, 2018 Edition A.G. Burnett steered the Nevada Gaming Control Board and the state’s gambling sector through a dynamic period of change and expansion.  Here he shares his reflections…

Crisis & Emergency Management Note on Regulatory Experiences

G3 Interactive, May 1, 2018 In Las Vegas, there had been instances where large crowds have contributed to chaotic events that stand the chance of spiraling out of control.  The…

Nevada Supreme Court Weighs in on Public Records Issues

The Writ, Appellate Briefs, May 2018, Pages 8 & 12 On March 29, 2018, the Nevada Supreme Court issued an important decision that affects public entities and those who seek…

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