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Happy Nevada Day

October 25, 2019 This Nevada Day – and every day – we take pride in serving our clients and this Great State. Happy Nevada Day – we look forward to…

5 Questions to Ask When Workers Get Called for Jury Duty

October 17, 2019, Law 360, by Vin Gurrieri A recent Fifth Circuit decision allowing a worker to pursue claims that he was illegally fired after jury service shows that missteps related…

Q & A: Former Gaming Regulator A.G. Burnett on Sports Betting, Industry Trends

September 16, 2019, vegasinc.lasvegassun.com, by Bryan Horwath A well-known name in Nevada gaming circles, A.G. Burnett served on the state’s Gaming Control Board from 2011 to 2017, taking over as chairman in…

Annual Anniversary – You did it!

September 1, 2019, The Writ, Millennial Minute For many law school graduates, August/September marks the anniversary of the beginning of our career; our first job as an associate, or rather, an…

Short History of “No Set of Facts”

September 1, The Writ, Appellate Briefs While the federal court system has “Twombly” and “Iqbal,” Nevada state courts have “Buzz Stew.”  Practitioners in Nevada are very used to seeing Buzz Stew, LLC v. City of…

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