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4 Questions For Employers As March Madness Bounces Back

Law360, March 17, 2021, by Vin Gurrieri — The college basketball tournament known as March Madness tips off Thursday, offering a glimmer of levity as the pandemic wears on and presenting…

Valentine’s Day In A Pandemic: What Employers Should Know

Law360, February 11, 2021, by Vin Gurrieri — Though the COVID-19 pandemic has cut down the potential for the in-person office affairs that have long bedeviled employers, last year’s telework…

Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries adjust during pandemic, coming back strong

December 9, 2020, Las Vegas Sun, by By Bryan Horwath, Before the coronavirus pandemic, the two Curaleaf-owned dispensaries in Las Vegas didn’t focus much on delivery. Delivery options for customers…

Forward-Thinking Litigator and Partner Helps Nevada Firm’s Reno Office Grow and Flourish.

December 2020, Vol. 39 No. 12: Of Counsel Interview with Steven T. Taylor. Over the last decade or so, several second-tier cities in the American West have been seeing their populations…

Amazon Case Shows How A GC’s Barbs Can Sting Back

Law360, November 16, 2020, Amazon.com Inc. general counsel David Zapolsky is learning a lesson the hard way, but other in-house counsel can gain insight about how to deal with a…

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