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East Coast Medical Marijuana Lessons For Nev. Employers

The legalization of recreational and medical marijuana under various states’ laws continues to create legal issues for employers. Because marijuana remains a Schedule I controlled substance under the federal Controlled…

Two Law Review Articles, Written by Debbie Leonard, are Cited in Briefs to the United States Supreme Court in the Case of Coachella Valley Water District v. Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians

The petitioners seek review of a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals case and ask the Supreme Court to address the scope of state power to regulate groundwater when there are…

Trademark a Band Name: What’s in a Rock Band’s Name?

Trademark law may not be very “Rock and Roll”, but it sure is important these days. When it comes to rock and roll bands, trademarking the band name is an…

Emoji-Awareness in Law

Is that winky-face or heart eye emoji considered friendly or flirtatious at your office? Emojis have created a tricky new area of employment law that attorneys now must face. In…

Industry Focus: Attorneys

As the economy improves, Nevada’s law offices are seeing increased growth and competition across the Silver State. Although technology presents new challenges, leaders in the industry expect improvements to continue…

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