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Nevada’s Sports Betting Model Protects Consumers

September 26, 2018, Gaming Reports Inc. Earlier this year, the Supreme Court ruled in Murphy v NCAA that a federal ban on sports betting was unconstitutional, giving each state and…

‘This is Not a Criminal Trial,’ Ford’s Lawyer Tells Judiciary Republicans

September 25, National Law Journal, by Erin Mulvaney There’s a wide divide between a public hearing showcasing Ford’s claims and Kavanaugh’s denial and an investigation into sensitive matters such as…

Law Schools Struggle to Find Themselves in Post-Recession Market

Sept 12, 2018, Law360, by Natalie Rodriguez There are just a few ways law schools are trying to prepare students for a job market that has been permanently transformed in…

Atlantis Casino Becomes Latest Business Filing to Leave NV Energy as a Customer

September 7, 2018, The Nevada Independent, by Riley Snyder — Yet another major casino has filed to leave NV Energy, the state’s primary electric utility, and purchase power on the…

Are You Making Mistakes With Your Employee Performance Reviews?

September 4, 2018, Thomson Reuters — Employee performance reviews run the gamut from helpful to the subject of Dilbert-esque scorn and ridicule.  Leigh Goddard, co-chair of the employment law practice…

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