The biggest mistake companies make when it comes to their intellectual property is failing to fully identify and protect it, experts said. The consequences can be disastrous and expensive. “Intellectual property is becoming more and more important as our economy changes into an idea-based economy from a manufacturing-based one,” said Charles Lombino, an intellectual property… [More...]
With taxes a hot topic nationally and over concerns with what the new year will bring for businesses, accountants have their hands full keeping up with new requirements and changing laws. However, working to service clients in a dwindling economy and finding new ways to diversify is nothing new to the industry and CPA’s across the state are rising to the challenge. Recently, executives representing accounting firms in Nevada met at the Las Vegas offices of Holland and Hart to discuss these issues and what the future will bring.
Bill Wells, McGladrey LLP; Barry Herr, Nevada Society of CPA’s; Ralph Piercy, Piercy, Bowler, Taylor and Kern; Glenn Goodnough, Stewart, Archibald and Barney; Dana Tompkins, Tompkins & Peters; Bob Anderson, Holland and Hart [More...]
Partner Las Vegas Number of Employees: 56, 890 Nationally Years in Nevada: 43 What do you wish you would have learned at the beginning of your career? I spent some time early in my career practicing in an area I really didn’t enjoy. It took me a while to find out there was an area… [More...]
Mining executives seeking to dispel myths about their industry and educate Nevada business leaders on the state of mining recently gathered at the Reno offices of Holland and Hart for a roundtable discussion:
Bruce Hansen, General Moly; Jeff Thompson, University of Nevada, Reno, School of Sciences; John Burrows, Cyanco; Lou Schack, Barrick; Zack Spencer, General Moly; Tim Lukas, Holland and Hart ; Tim Crowley, Nevada Mining Association [More...]