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Nevada Employers Need To Be Prepared As Overtime Rule Goes Into Effect December 1st

11.21.2016

Northern Nevada Business Weekly Annie Conway The deadline for employers to comply with the new overtime rule is fast approaching. Earlier this year, President Obama and the U.S. Secretary of…

Leadership Henderson Announces 2017 Class

11.19.2016

HENDERSON – Leadership Henderson recently announced its class of 2017, the 17th graduating class of the program offered by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Foundation. The 26 community and business…

Can You Get Appellate Review In The Middle Of Your Case?

11.01.2016

It happens more than we’d like. You’re in the midst of contentious litigation and the judge issues a “bad” ruling. Most times, you just lick your wounds and press on….

Cross Appeals

11.01.2016

The Writ November 1, 2016 You won! After hard-fought litigation, the district court issued its judgment in favor of your client. Well … mostly in favor of your client. The…

Proposed Treasury Regulations Impact ‘Lapsing Rights’

09.26.2016

Northern Nevada Business Weekly Proposed Treasury Regulations to Section 2704 of the Internal Revenue Code threaten the utility of lapsing voting or liquidation rights (“lapsing rights”) to reduce transfer taxes…

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