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SNHB Readies for Nevada 2017 Legislative Session

Homebuilders in Southern Nevada could face ripples, and potentially cause their own, during the Nevada 2017 legislative session in Carson City, set to begin Feb. 6. During a gathering at…

Hosmer-Henner Named Partner At McDonald Carano

Adam Hosmer-Henner, an attorney in the Reno law office of McDonald Carano, has been elected as a partner within the firm. Hosmer-Henner practices in the firm’s complex business litigation and…

Reno Business Community On Alert Over New Fee Proposal

The City of Reno is proposing an amendment to its business license ordinance in response to a challenge against an earlier reinterpretation of how to apply the city’s gross receipts…

Holding On To Reclamation Rights Under In re Reichhold Holdings

ABI Journal, January 2017 Section 546 of the Bankruptcy Code has long been considered a provision with all bark and no bite. Other than In re Phar-Mor Inc., the majority…

Saving our Voiceless Companions, One Life at a Time

2017, Civil, The University of the Pacific Law Review/Vol. 48 In November 2013, Shy Guy, a malnourished and scared hound mix, lay on a piercingly cold, steel surgical table.  A veterinarian euthanized…

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