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Vetoed Bills from 2017 Session that May Return in 2019

November/December 2018, RAN Newsletter BELOW ARE THE VETOED BILLS FROM LAST SESSION to be used as a roadmap for what issues may be returning.  In red are those bills that…

Supreme Court Considers Rule Change to Eliminate Briefing in Appeals from Dismissals and Summary Judgment Orders

December 1, 2018, The Writ, Appellate Briefs On October 10, 2018, the Nevada Supreme Court issued an order seeking public comment on proposed changes to Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure that could…

Susan Fisher on Nevada NewsMakers

November 7, 2018, Nevada NewsMakers Susan Fisher is interviewed by Sam Shad the day before the elections.  They discuss a number of items, such as blockchain, no growth pushback, traffic on…

McDonald Carano Named One of the Country’s “Best Law Firms”

November 1, 2018, Las Vegas, NV – McDonald Carano, Nevada’s law firm for businesses and high-net-worth individuals, is pleased to announce the firm has been named one of the country’s…

Cannabis and Public Records – The Next Block on the Chain?

Nov 1, 2018, Northern Nevada Business View When Nevada leaped into the world of distributed ledgers and cryptocurrencies following the passage of SB398 (commonly referred to as Nevada’s blockchain bill)…

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