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Amicus Participation in the Appellate Courts

Often, when the Nevada Supreme Court encounters an issue of first impression that might have wide-reaching implications for the state, it has only the benefit of the parties’ competing arguments…

A Highly Consequential Decision from the Public Utilities Commission

In the last three years, no legal or policy area in Nevada has seen more consequential change than energy. Since 2014, we have seen a wave of large customers (1…

McDonald Carano Announces Passing of Founding Partner

Reno, NV (October 4, 2017) It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Donald Louis Carano, one of the founding partners of McDonald Carano and a well-known…

A Busy Period for the Nevada Supreme Court

Business professionals often complain that the lack of case law in Nevada creates a climate of uncertainty for business decision-making. The Nevada Supreme Court has been working to change that…

East Coast Medical Marijuana Lessons For Nev. Employers

Law360, September 15, 2017 The legalization of recreational and medical marijuana under various states’ laws continues to create legal issues for employers. Because marijuana remains a Schedule I controlled substance…

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