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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…

Nevada Supreme Court Accepts Certified Question From the Ninth Circuit Regarding Application of Public Trust Doctrine to Adjudicated Water Rights

August/September, 2018, Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Pages 301-303 — In the long-running dispute over the waters of the Walker River, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently certified…

Reno: Growth and Opportunity in a Low-Tax Environment

September 2018 Retail Association of Nevada (RAN) Nevada News Reno, Nevada calls itself the “Biggest Little City in the World.”  For many years, Reno was viewed as a blue-collar gambling…

Trial By Video

September 1, 2018, The Writ, “Appellate Briefs” — Video conference meetings have become routine.  Video conference depositions are rarer, but are becoming more and more common occurrences.  However, I think…

Baseball Arbitration in Construction Can Be Good in a Pinch

August 31, 2018, Law360, by John Kennedy — If the methods of resolving construction disputes played America’s national pastime, baseball-style arbitration might be rostered as a pinch runner. While it’s…

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