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The Supreme Court’s Decision-Making Process

06.01.2017

Attorneys and litigants alike often wonder how their case makes its way through the Supreme Court.  You file a notice of appeal and docketing statement and then brief the case…

McDonald Carano Highlighted in Chambers USA as a Top Nevada Law Firm

05.30.2017

Las Vegas, NV – Chambers USA, one of the leading legal ratings agencies in the United States, has released its 2017 rankings. McDonald Carano once again received high honors, maintaining…

Attorney Disqualification

05.10.2017

In a recent case, the Nevada Supreme Court clarified when an attorney and his new firm should be disqualified based on the attorney’s employment at a previous firm.  In New…

Pat Lundvall Argument before the Nevada Supreme Court – FTB V. Hyatt.

05.02.2017

Pat Lundvall argument before the Nevada Supreme Court on May 2, 2017. FTB V. Hyatt. Argument after remand from SCOTUS.

Shepherds’ H-2A Visa Minimum Wage Claims Nixed in Nevada

04.18.2017

A Nevada federal judge has tossed a case in which a putative class of shepherds working on H-2A visas alleged that several ranches undercut them on minimum wage pay, concluding…

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