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Construction Legislation & Regulation to Watch in 2019

January 1, 2019, Law 360, by John Kennedy Now that the bottles of Champagne have popped to ring in another year, the construction industry’s eyes are on the less lively but no less…

Construction Cases to Watch in 2019

January 1, 2019, Law360, by John Kennedy Johnny Mathis, a Texas hailstorm, and the state of Nevada sure sound like three things that go together.  After all, the Texas-born singer often performs in Las…

The Increasing Californication of Nevada’s Anti-Slapp Jurisprudence

January 1, 2019, The Writ, “Appellate Briefs” In 2015, the Nevada legislature amended Nevada’s anti-SLAPP statute to require that the “plaintiff must meet the same burden of proof that a plaintiff has been required to meet pursuant…

Industry Focus: Attorneys

December 1, 2018, Nevada Business Magazine – Comments The legal profession is unique in that it touches nearly every other industry at some point. As a result, businesses have a…

…Except Death and Taxes

December 1, 2018, ABA Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Since the Raiders announced their decision to relocate to Las Vegas, there have been Multiple articles written stating that the relocation will…

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