Reno Corks & Kegs Event to Raise Money for Nevada Health Care

Corks & Kegs guests will be able to sample a wide range of wine, spirits and craft beers, along with hors d’oeuvres and live music.

RENO – Enjoy live music and libations for a good cause at the second annual Corks & Kegs fundraiser for the Nevada Health Care Association (NVHCA) Perry Foundation on Saturday, March 14, at 5 p.m. at JA Nugget in Sparks. Corks & Kegs guests will be able to sample a wide range of wine, spirits and craft beers, along with hors d’oeuvres and live music. Proceeds from … [Read more...]

Nevada Business Owners Express Concerns Over NLRB Overreach to Sen. Heller

Las Vegas, NV – Several Las Vegas area local business owners and representatives met with Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) to express their concerns with recent and pending actions of the National Labor Relations Board that would significantly expand the definition of joint employer. Should that occur, it would alter the employer-employee relationship and undermine local business … [Read more...]

Gov. Sandoval Reappoints Dr. Jason Champagne to the Nevada State Board of Dental Examiners

SPARKS, Nev. — Jason Champagne, DDS and CEO of Champagne Family Dentistry, serves a second three-year term on the Nevada State Board of Dental Examiners, reappointed by Governor Sandoval. As one of the youngest members on the board, Dr. Champagne proudly aids in administering state clinical licensing exams, guaranteeing that only qualified professionals are licensed to … [Read more...]

Nevada Homebuilders, Other Voices: Restore Balance, Fairness to Chapter 40

AB 125 will correct out-of-control housing defect litigation Las Vegas, NV –  This week the Nevada legislature is taking up meaningful reform of a broken “Chapter 40” construction defect law that is costly for homeowners and builders alike, the Nevada Home Builders Association reports. AB 125, strongly supported by the homebuilders and others, would restore the intent of … [Read more...]

The NCJFCJ and University of Nevada, Reno Speak Out About Sexual Assault and Victim Trauma

First-of-its kind symposium for the region Reno, Nev. – The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) and the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) are hosting a symposium of community leaders to stand against sexual assault and build a healing community for victims. A Healing Community: The Effects of Sexual Assault and Trauma on the Victim will take place … [Read more...]

CCIM Southern Nevada February Luncheon – The Investment Sales Market is Back

CCIM Southern Nevada Presents the February 2015 Luncheon - The Investment Sales Market is Back - Deals and Opportunities for 2015 NEW LOCATION FOR 2015 Palms Casino Resort 4321 W Flamingo Road Addison Exhibit Hall 1st Floor Next to the Sports Book Date Wed, February 25, 2015 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM Commercial Real Estate Panel featuring: Adam Basch with Kite … [Read more...]

Retired Chief Justice of Nevada Supreme Court Joins Naylor & Braster Law Firm

Retired Chief Justice of the Nevada Supreme Court A. William Maupin has joined the law firm of Naylor & Braster.

Retired Chief Justice of the Nevada Supreme Court A. William Maupin has joined the law firm of Naylor & Braster. Maupin will focus his legal practice with the firm on litigation, litigation consulting and alternative dispute resolution in Las Vegas and Reno. Maupin is one of the Nevada legal community’s most respected professionals, both as an attorney and Chief Justice … [Read more...]

Dickson Realty Awarded Website Quality Certification from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Dickson Realty has been awarded the Website Quality Certification (WQC) from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World.

Reno, Nev. – Dickson Realty has been awarded the Website Quality Certification (WQC) from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, a global network of 500-plus real estate firms which presents the certification to member companies that demonstrate best practices in website design and Internet communications. Dickson’s website, dicksonrealty.com, earned the certification … [Read more...]

Banking In Nevada: Beginning to Flourish

Today’s banking industry in Nevada looks different from the industry five ago.

This year, Las Vegas-based Ear Nose & Throat Consultants of Nevada obtained financing from City National Bank for ground-up construction of a 13,000-square-foot surgery center. This is one of many Silver State businesses contributing to increased demand for banking services. “Businesses cannot ignore the need for growth now,” said John Wilcox, the Nevada regional … [Read more...]

Top Brokers 2015

As Nevada’s commercial real estate market rebounds, the state’s brokers are beginning to see a resurgence of business.

As Nevada’s commercial real estate market rebounds, the state’s brokers are beginning to see a resurgence of business. The following pages highlight those brokers that performed at the top of their field in 2014. Brokers are listed alphabetically and separated by Northern and Southern Nevada. Broker’s were asked to submit a variety of information concerning their 2014 deals … [Read more...]

Manufacturing in Nevada: Jobs for the Future

A career in manufacturing gives you the ability to take your dreams and see them come to life.

“Think about the last time you were out of total physical contact with all manufactured goods,” asks Ray Bacon, executive director of the Nevada Manufacturer’s Association. “For most of us, we can’t even think about that time because it’s so omnipresent in our lives.” For that reason among many, it can be argued that, for Nevada, no other industry has as much potential for … [Read more...]

Industry Focus: Attorneys

Attorneys throughout the state recently met at the Las Vegas offices of City National Bank to discuss the trends and challenges facing their industry.

As Nevada’s economy sees improvements in a variety of industries, law firms continue to evolve in order to prepare for the future and better serve their clients. Recently, a group of Nevada attorneys met at the Las Vegas offices of City National Bank to discuss the trends and challenges facing their industry. Connie Brennan, publisher and CEO of Nevada Business Magazine, … [Read more...]

A Developing State: Growing Economy Encourages New Projects

Business is growing across the state. Those who survived the recession are going back to work developing.

As Nevada’s economy picks up the pace, businesses are returning to Nevada and Nevada is returning to business – mostly. In Southern Nevada there’s no real wage growth, gaming revenues are down, home sales are slowing. At the same time, industrial property vacancies are dropping, flex space rents are low but flex spaces themselves are filling, and big box industrial space is … [Read more...]

Retiring in the Lap of Taxpayer-Funded Luxury

How pensions in Nevada are often better than paychecks Know a public employee in Nevada who is looking for a pay raise? Tell him to retire. According to a new analysis made possible by the court-ordered release of Nevada’s Public Employee Retirement System payment records, once-public employees in the Silver State are making golden pensions — so generous that their … [Read more...]

Red Report: February 2015

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E Sale, Industrial ADDRESS 3068-3076 Fremont St., 89104 BUYER Caliente NV, LLC SELLER Heitkotter Family LP DETAILS 19,810 SF; $999,000 APN 162-01-701-003 REP (both) Ben Millis and Chris Beets of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Sale, Industrial ADDRESS 2512 Abels Ln., 89115 BUYER Torrent Holding Inc. SELLER Abels Lane LLC DETAILS 11,000 SF; $650,000 APN … [Read more...]

Industrial Summary: Fourth Quarter

Southern Nevada The Las Vegas industrial market vacancy rate fell to 8.0 percent in the fourth quarter of 2014. The vacancy rate is down 3.6 percentage points from a year ago. Industrial vacancies have been in the single digits for three consecutive quarters with annual declines reported for 12 consecutive quarters. In addition, the vacancy rate has declined 9.0 percentage … [Read more...]

Business Indicators: February 2015

Nevada Business Indicators: February 2015. Includes status of U.S. Nevada, Las Vegas, and Reno economies.

The “third” estimate for third quarter 2014 shows U.S. real gross domestic product increasing at an annualized rate of 5 percent, higher than the 3.9 percent growth initially reported. In the revision, personal consumption expenditures and nonresidential fixed investment increased more than previously estimated. Residential investment, net exports, federal government spending, … [Read more...]

Rob Gaedtke Named CEO of KPS3; Stephanie Kruse to Remain President and Chairperson of the Board

Rob Gaedtke has been named CEO of KPS3, a marketing and technology company based in Reno, Nev.

RENO, Nev. — Rob Gaedtke has been named CEO of KPS3, a marketing and technology company based in Reno, Nev. with a satellite office in Las Vegas. Stephanie Kruse, the company’s founder, will remain president and chairperson of the board. “Rob has consistently shown exceptional leadership and vision, as well as excellent operational and financial management,” said Kruse. “He … [Read more...]

McDonald Carano Wilson Announces New Associate

McDonald Carano Wilson LLP Managing Partner John Frankovich announced that Chandeni Sendall has recently joined the firm as an associate.

RENO, Nevada – McDonald Carano Wilson LLP Managing Partner John Frankovich announced that Chandeni Sendall has recently joined the firm as an associate. Sendall received her Juris Doctor from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and received a Master of Science degree in economics and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and … [Read more...]

Matt Smith Physical Therapy Hires Physical Therapist

Las Vegas – Matt Smith Physical Therapy recently hired Physical Therapist, Rhea Agbayani PT, who will be working at the company’s Windmill clinic, 1525 E. Windmill Lane, Suite 202, Henderson. Agbayani has been a practicing physical therapist for more than 14 years in the Philippines and United States. Immediately prior to joining Matt Smith Physical Therapy, Agbayani worked … [Read more...]