Legal Elite 2014: Nevada’s Top Attorneys

This year’s Legal Elite polling garnered 6,454 nominations of attorneys from across the Silver State, highlighting top attorneys as chosen by their peers.

This year’s Legal Elite polling garnered 6,454 nominations of attorneys from across the Silver State. This annual list highlights Nevada’s top attorneys as chosen by their peers. All votes are based on nominations from other attorneys and the following pages highlight the top vote getters in Northern Nevada, Southern Nevada, the Best Up and Coming attorneys and the top 10 … [Read more...]

Home Prices Up 24 Percent

Home prices in Southern Nevada are continuing to rise. The median price of existing homes for December is up 24 percent from the same time last year, according to statistics recently released by the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors (GLVAR). “Local homeowners should be happy with the strong appreciation we’ve seen over the past two years,” said new GLVAR President … [Read more...]

Bailey Kennedy Recognized As Highly Recommended Firm

LAS VEGAS, NEV – Benchmark Litigation, a national guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys, has recognized the law firm of Bailey Kennedy. The firm is listed in Benchmark Litigation’s 2014 guide as a “Highly Recommended” firm in Nevada. Benchmark Litigation is a guide to the country’s top attorneys that focuses exclusively on litigation in the US. The … [Read more...]

Bailey Kennedy Partners Recognized as Litigation Stars

LAS VEGAS, NEV –Benchmark Litigation, a national guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys, has recognized the principal partners of Bailey Kennedy, John Bailey and Dennis Kennedy, in its 2014 guide. Both Bailey and Kennedy are listed as “Local Litigation Stars” in Nevada. Bailey, managing partner of the firm, is listed for general commercial litigation and … [Read more...]

Should judges be elected or appointed?

Should judges be elected or appointed? - Nevada Business Magazine

“Ever-growing judicial campaign finance coffers, endorsements from political groups and low voter turn-out in judicial elections all contribute to citizens’ lower confidence in the judiciary. Selecting our judges based on merit through a bipartisan commission and appointment process is crucial to a fair and impartial judiciary, and necessary to maintain our democratic … [Read more...]

What is the greatest lesson you learned from your parents?

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“Make time to spend with friends and family, relax, and take well-deserved vacations.  You’re hard work to become successful in your career is ultimately meaningless if you fail to also enjoy life and the people who surround you.” Sarah E. Harmon, Esq. • Partner, Bailey Kennedy “My father taught me to never ever be afraid of work. It does not matter what you do, but do it … [Read more...]