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Nevada Property Tax Updates – Common Area Amenities

Common Area Amenities: The Sun City cases lay the foundation for successful appeals. Homeowners associations often hold and manage common area amenities for the benefit of the residents of their…

Summer Highlights from the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court had a very productive summer, issuing numerous wide-reaching published decisions.  For this month’s column, I thought it might be useful to discuss briefly a few cases in…

Gaming Officials Dig into Weeds of Pot Policies

GAMING regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said…

Nev. Pregnancy Accommodations: What Employers Should Know

During the 2017 legislative session, the Nevada Legislature enacted the Nevada Pregnant Workers’ Fairness Act. The notice provisions of the act were effective as of June 2, 2017, while the…

Lawyers as HR Leaders? The Jury’s Still Out

An employer likely wouldn’t want an HR professional representing it in court. But what about an attorney heading the HR department? ‘‘I think in a perfect world, it’s an outstanding…

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