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Appellate Review of Orders Compelling the Disclosure of Privileged Information

April 1, 2019, The Writ, “Appellate Briefs” A “writ of prohibition is an appropriate remedy to correct an order that compels disclosure of privileged information.”  L.V. Dev. Assocs. v. Eighth Jud. Dist. Ct.,…

The Millennial Office and the Potential for Professional Conduct Issues

April 1, The Writ, “Millennial Minute” Millennials are those who were born between 1981-1996.  According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in two years the U.S. workforce will be comprised of approximately…

Forward-Looking Policies Will Unleash Abundant Renewable Energy Resources

Saturday, April 6, 2019, Las Vegas Sun I’m a business lawyer at one of the largest and oldest law firms in Nevada. Each morning on my drive to work, I pass…

Nevada is Not California: Employment Law Pitfalls to Avoid

April 2, 2019, Las Vegas Business Press California employers are expanding their operations into Nevada, today, more than ever. Both Nevada and California have hundreds of employment rules and regulations that…

Nevada LLCs: Why You Should Review Corporate Structure to Avoid the Alter Ego Doctrine

April 1, 2019, The Good Life If you are a business owner of a Nevada LLC, you have a lot of benefits.  However, it is more important than ever to review your…

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