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Adapting Water Laws for a New Environment: Trends in Appropriation Doctrine States


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…

Compliance is Key for Nevada Construction Contracts


Navigating Nevada law can be an interesting undertaking for those not experienced with the unique laws of the state. This can be especially true for those attempting to move forward…

Legalization of Sports Betting Could Spread Across America


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…

Construction Laws and Customs: Nevada


Prompt Payment Acts and Retainage 1. Does your state have any statutes governing the timing of payments to contractors or subcontractors on publicly owned or financed construction projects? If so,…

McDonald Carano Welcomes Prominent Gaming Attorney Dennis Gutwald


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…

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