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Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series on water laws. Extreme climatic perturbations across the globe have created both record-breaking droughts and record-breaking deluges, all with apparent increasing intensity and frequency….
In 1949, Nevada legalized sports betting, and it remains the only state where betting on single games is legal. While some states like Delaware and New Jersey have attempted to expand into sports betting, they have faced a lot of…
Las Vegas (March 2, 2017) McDonald Carano announced today that Dennis Gutwald has joined the Firm’s Gaming & Administrative Law Group. Dennis has over 20 years of experience counseling premier gaming companies, banks, investment companies and high profile individuals on…
The best litigation for business decision makers is the litigation that never happens. Court cases are time-consuming, expensive and take a business owner’s mind off business. The best way to avoid litigation? Document everything, know your obligations and be certain…
First Department Adds Two New Factors to New York’s Standard Of Review for Non-Monetary Settlements of Shareholder Class Actions
On Feb. 2, 2017, the Appellate Division, First Department issued a unanimous decision in Gordon v. Verizon Communications, Inc., No. 653084/13, 2017 BL 31251 (1st Dep’t Feb. 2, 2017), that may have significant consequences for non-monetary settlements of shareholder class…
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