“New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken! Instead, I like to establish a New Year’s “theme” to help me refocus my priorities each year. I have declared 2014 the “Year of Breaking Boundaries!” Kelley Goldberg | Shareholder, Intellectual Property Group Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP “The goal I have for 2014 is to step up one of my original goals when I first … [Read more...] about What’s your New Year’s Resolution?
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“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...] about Should judges be elected or appointed?
Conventional wisdom says that when the recession hit in late 2007, lawsuits between businesses probably increased as companies tried everything to stay afloat, including collecting all debts owed and enforcing contractual agreements. But many attorneys working in litigation saw a decrease in lawsuits filed in most arenas. Instead, there was a rise in alternative dispute … [Read more...] about See You in Court: Business Litigation in Nevada
“No single industry has the greatest potential as each industry -- directly or indirectly-- is reliant on others. Unemployment is extremely high in this state. Once we are able to put people back to work, regardless of industry, our economy will start to grow and all industries will benefit. “ David Stone • President, Nevada Association Services, Inc. “Gaming! The opening … [Read more...] about What Nevada industry has the greatest potential to contribute to a turnaround?