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Judge Hints That Redistricting Commission Ballot Question Can Move Forward After Edits

December 23, 2019, The Nevada Independent, by Riley Snyder & Michelle Rindels A Carson City judge signaled he would allow a proposed redistricting ballot question to move forward if backers were to…

5 Top Labor and Employment Laws & Regs from 2019

December 19, 2019, Law360, by Vin Gurrieri Nevada Limits Pre-Hire Drug Screens California made headlines with laws like A.B. 5 and other statutes that addressed issues such as employment arbitration agreements and…

THE SNOW GLOBE; THE CRYSTAL BALL OF THE YEAR AHEAD?

December 1, 2019, The Writ, “Millennial Minute” The holiday season has arrived.  Holiday parties, fundraising galas, the kids’ holiday schedules and family obligations have all been calendared. But what would the holiday…

5 State Marijuana Mandates Throwing Employers for a Loop

November 25, 2019, Law360, by Vin Gurrieri– In Nevada, one issue that Reno-based McDonald Carano LLP partner Leigh Goddard said has created a “huge problem” for employers is a law taking effect…

McDonald Carano Expands Employment and Government Affairs Practices

November 4, 2019 – McDonald Carano is pleased to announce the addition of two highly accomplished attorneys, highlighting the firm’s continued commitment to expansion in Nevada. Mackenzie Warren joins the…

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