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State Groundwater Management and Federal Reserved Rights: What’s Next?

ABA Water Resources Committee Newsletter, March 1, 2018 By Debbie Leonard and Micheline Fairbank Over 100 years ago in the case of Winters v. United States, 207 U.S. 564 (1908),…

Entity Wagering May Quickly Become a Thing of the Past in Nevada

OSGA.com, March 1, 2018 by Glenn Greene Predicting the end of this Nevada legislation was the year’s Best Bet Only a year ago I wrote a two-part report on why I confidently…

Complaints Hit One of Nevada’s Sports Betting Mutual Funds

Las Vegas Review-Journal, Feb 22, 2018 By Todd Prince Former clients of Bettor Investments, one of the first sports betting mutual funds in Nevada, are accusing its founder of going…

Surface Water Flooding – Due Diligence & Risk Management

The Water Report, February 15, 2018 In the desert southwest, where we practice energy and environmental law, fights involving water are usually about not having enough of it.  After all,…

4 Things Real Estate Lawyers Need to Know About Bitcoin

Law360, Feb 14, 2018 By Andrew McIntrye The recent wild swings in the price of bitcoin coupled with reports of property purchases using the cryptocurrency is generating a buzz in…

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