First-Ever NCJFCJ Justice Innovation Celebration Held In Austin, Texas

The NCJFCJ inaugural Justice Innovation Celebration, Rethink, Reimagine and Redefine Justice for Children and Families was held on Tuesday, July 28.

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) inaugural Justice Innovation Celebration at the 78th annual conference, Rethink, Reimagine and Redefine Justice for Children and Families was held on Tuesday, July 28 in Austin, Texas. Many community leaders from Austin attended the gala including Austin mayor, Steve Adler and first lady, Diane Land, NCJFCJ … [Read more...]

Richard B. Bennett is First Non-Judicial Board Director Elected to NCJFCJ

NCJFCJ has elected Richard B. Bennett, founding partner of Durbin Bennett Private Wealth Management, LLC, as their first non-judicial director.

Reno, Nev. – The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) has elected Richard B. Bennett, founding partner of Durbin Bennett Private Wealth Management, LLC, as their first non-judicial director. Richard Bennett has more than twenty-five years of experience working with affluent individuals, families and their closely held entities providing integrated … [Read more...]

NPRI: Gov. Sandoval’s Proposed Business License Tax is Complex, Destructive, Unnecessary

NPRI executive vice president Victor Joecks issued the following comments in response to release of details of new business license tax proposal.

CARSON CITY – Responding to Gov. Brian Sandoval’s release of details of his new business-license tax proposal, NPRI executive vice president Victor Joecks issued the following comments: As part of his push for the largest tax increase in Nevada history, Gov. Sandoval is unfortunately trying to subject all Nevada businesses to a destructive new gross receipts tax. His … [Read more...]

Downtown Summerlin Job Fair; Three Nonprofits Partner to Help Homeless Youth

Downtown Summerlin Announces Upcoming Job Fair The Howard Hughes Corporation (NYSE: HHC) announced details for the highly-anticipated job fair for Downtown Summerlin. Job seekers will be able to learn about and apply for jobs in the Summerlin Ballroom at Red Rock Resort on Wednesday, August 27 from 11am – 7pm. [Read More...] Three Nonprofits Work Together to Help Homeless … [Read more...]

Northern Nevada Used to be a Boomtown – It Can Be Again

Commentary In early June, one of my clients asked me if it were safe to invest in real estate in northern Nevada. My response: Only if you are sure of two things: 1) If the margins tax on the November ballot would be defeated; 2) If northern Nevada would get the Tesla battery gigafactory. Then, on June 9th, the Reno Gazette Journal (RGJ) posted a story entitled David vs. … [Read more...]

Matt Smith Physical Therapy Hires Physical Therapist Michelle L. Nalepa

Las Vegas –Matt Smith Physical Therapy recently hired Physical Therapist Michelle L. Nalepa, MPT, who will be joining the company’s clinic located at 3155 W. Craig Rd., Suite 140 in North Las Vegas. Prior to joining Matt Smith Physical Therapy, Nalepa worked as a Staff Physical Therapist at Sky Lakes Outpatient Rehabilitation, in Klamath Falls, Ore. She has also held … [Read more...]

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit Joins Eastern Commons Center

Colliers International announced the finalization of a lease to DBA Dickey’s Barbecue Pit for a property at 10345 S. Eastern Ave.

LAS VEGAS – Colliers International – Las Vegas announced the finalization of a lease to B&Stine LLC, DBA Dickey’s Barbecue Pit. The 1,800-square-foot retail property is located in the Eastern Commons Center at 10345 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 110 in Las Vegas. The transaction value was $300,000. Chris Connell of Colliers International represented the lessee. Carina Roper of … [Read more...]