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Nevada Poised to Lead Blockchain Tech Development

NNBW, Smart Money Edition, March 19, 2018 RENO, Nev. – The price of a Bitcoin on Jan. 1, 2017, hit a milestone as it passed $1,000.  While those in the…

Judge Dismisses Steve Wynn Motion to End Shareholder Agreement

Las Vegas Review Journal, March 2, 2018 By Todd Prince A Nevada court judge denied Steve Wynn’s motion Friday to terminate an eight-year-old shareholder agreement with his ex-wife Elaine that…

Energy and Where We Are Headed

Nevada Newsmakers, March 1, 2018 Sam Shad interviews Susan Fisher regarding Question 3 – The Energy Choice Initiative.  If this passes, electricity monopolies would be abolished, and a competitive retail market would…

Limits of a Court’s Power

The Writ, Appellate Briefs, March 01, 2018 “The inherent power of the court over attorneys is not limitless.”  With this emphatic language, the Supreme Court recently held that a Nevada…

State Groundwater Management and Federal Reserved Rights: What’s Next?

ABA Water Resources Committee Newsletter, March 1, 2018 By Debbie Leonard and Micheline Fairbank Over 100 years ago in the case of Winters v. United States, 207 U.S. 564 (1908),…

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