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Cross Appeals


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’


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…

Lively Questions Addressed In New Book On Nevada Gaming Law, Proceedures


What kind of paperwork do I have to file to go to work in a casino? How bad do I have to be to be listed in Nevada’s “black book?”…

You Can Always Have A Trial


Northern Nevada Business Weekly Most commercial contracts contain mandatory arbitration clauses, which govern how disputes will be resolved. The concepts of mediation, arbitration and litigation are widely misunderstood, even by…

Building an Artist’s “Magic Mountains” to Draw Visitors to the Desert


JEAN, NEV. — The vast desert around this tiny road-stop town has tantalized artists for at least a couple thousand years. Ancient petroglyphs of lizards and unidentifiable creatures dot canyon…

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