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By Jennifer Gaynor, Gregory Gemignani, Kate Lowenhar-Fisher, Jeffrey Silver
On July 13, the Nevada Tax Commission held a public hearing to discuss the potential marijuana product shortfall facing the state's dispensaries following the launch of state-authorized recreational marijuana sales in Nevada on July 1.
By Daniel Ujczo, Brenda Swick, Bruce Thelen
All preliminary NAFTA consultations therefore will be completed by the scheduled launch of the formal negotiations.
By Jennifer Gaynor, Gregory Gemignani, Kate Lowenhar-Fisher, Jeffrey Silver
The Nevada Legislature, which meets every other year for 120 days, recently wrapped their 2017 session.
By Kate Lowenhar-Fisher, Jennifer Gaynor, Jeffrey Silver, Gregory Gemignani
On July 1, 2017, Nevada became the fifth state in the United States to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana.
By Kate Lowenhar-Fisher, Jennifer Gaynor, Jeffrey Silver, Gregory Gemignani
On July 1, 2017, Nevada became the fifth state in the United States to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana.
By Elise Levasseur, Lisa Duran, Suzanne Sukkar, Kevin Weber
On June 26, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari and consolidated two key lower court cases related to the Trump Administration's Executive Orders ("EO's") on travel and refugees...
By Elise Levasseur
On June 26, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari and consolidated two key lower court cases related to the Trump Administration's Executive Orders on travel and refugees issued earlier in 2017.
By Justin L. Root, Sara Jodka, Wendy Hulton
Sometimes, it's easy to know you're being phished. There's little chance that a bank administrator in a country you've never heard of really needs your help to get the unclaimed money of a deceased...
By Justin L. Root, Sara Jodka, Wendy Hulton
Sometimes, it's easy to know you're being phished. There's little chance that a bank administrator in a country you've never heard of really needs your help to get the unclaimed money of a deceased...
By John Blattner
Last week the Supreme Court ruled that the Trademark Office may not refuse federal registration to a trademark merely because the mark is "disparaging."
By D. Samuel Coffman
As you may be aware, Arizona's new paid sick time law goes into effect on July 1, 2017. Under the new law A.R.S. §§ 23-371 to -375 ("Statute"), all employees, including full-time, part-time, exempt...
By David N. Ferrucci
In a decision that is being heralded as a victory for First Amendment freedoms, the United States Supreme Court struck down the so-called disparagement provision of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. §1052(a), ...
By Ned Levitt, Andrae Marrocco, Kathy Le
On May 23, 2017, the Government of Ontario's Special Advisors released their Final Report from the Changing Workplaces Review which outlines 173 recommendations to amend the Employment Standards Act...
By John Blattner
Last week the Supreme Court ruled that the Trademark Office may not refuse federal registration to a trademark merely because the mark is "disparaging."
By Phillip DeRosier
The U.S. Supreme Court recently tightened the reins when it comes to state courts' exercise of case-based, specific personal jurisdiction over out-of-state companies.
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