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Revisiting Construction-Defect Law, A Year Later

VEGAS INC. Nevada’s homebuilding industry, long plagued by sometimes-spurious litigation under construction-defect laws, commonly known as “Chapter 40,” found relief Feb. 24, 2015, in the form of Assembly Bill 125….

Industry Focus: Attorneys

http://www.nevadabusiness.com/2016/04/industry-focus-attorneys-4/ Most industries have experienced an energetic pick up in business as the economy has recovered. Nevada law offices are enjoying an improved economy but are still facing their share…

NNHRA HR & Employment Guide

ISSUU SNMG Interactive, February 21, 2016 Employers are facing more wage and hour lawsuits than ever before.  Suits filed under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) hit a record high…

New Edition of Appellate Manual Ready for Download

By Robert Horne Special to the Las Vegas Business Press Nevada attorneys worried about navigating the state’s new court of appeals and appellate framework now have a comprehensive guide to…

Justices Question Extent of Tax Agency’s Sovereign Immunity

Eric Kroh of Law 360 Law360, New York (December 7, 2015, 6:22 PM EST) — Members of the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday delved into arguments that they should overturn their own…

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