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McDonald Carano Promotes Gaming & Administrative Law Attorney Dennis Gutwald to Partner

Las Vegas, NV – March 15, 2019 — McDonald Carano announced today that Dennis Gutwald has been elevated from Of Counsel to Partner, effective January 1, 2019. He has more…

Millennial Minute – March is the Month for Mentorship

March 1, 2019, The Writ Your hard work has paid off! You graduated law school and earned the auspicious title of Attorney at Law. Your first day as an associate at…

Should Employers Stay Friendly with Former Employees?

February 25, 2019, www.shrm.org, by Lisa Nagele-Piazza, J.D., SHRM-SCP, and Allen Smith, J.D. This is the second in a three-part series of articles on contacting former employees for business reasons….

Five Valentine’s Day Tips for Employers in the #Me Too Era

February 11, 2019, Law360, by Vin Gurrieri While the #MeToo movement hasn’t changed the laws prohibiting sexual harassment and discrimination, it has cast a spotlight on gender equity in the…

Supreme Court Overrules Precedent Regarding Appeals From Consolidated Cases

February 1, 2019, The Writ, “Appellate Briefs” For nearly thirty years, the rule in Nevada has been that cases consolidated by a district court become a single case for all appellate purposes. …

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