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Government Affairs & Advocacy Nevada Update – May 18, 2020

COVID-19 Daily Update May 18, 2020 Our Government Affairs & Advocacy Team is dedicated to keeping you informed of pertinent information as we continue facing the novel coronavirus. We will…

Government Affairs & Advocacy Nevada Update – May 15, 2020

COVID-19 Daily Update May 15, 2020 Our Government Affairs & Advocacy Team is dedicated to keeping you informed of pertinent information as we continue facing the novel coronavirus. We will…

Government Affairs & Advocacy Nevada Update – May 14, 2020

COVID-19 Daily Update May 14, 2020 Our Government Affairs & Advocacy Team is dedicated to keeping you informed of pertinent information as we continue facing the novel coronavirus. We will…

Government Affairs & Advocacy Nevada Update – May 13, 2020

COVID-19 Daily Update May 13, 2020 Our Government Affairs & Advocacy Team is dedicated to keeping you informed of pertinent information as we continue facing the novel coronavirus. We will…

Mask-Averse Workers Add Extra Hurdle as Employers Reopen

May 14, 2020, Law360, by Vin Guirrieri Thompson & Knight LLP’s recent firing of a document services manager who referenced guns in a Facebook rant lambasting a store’s rule requiring him to…

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