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Blog Posts in May, 2006

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  • Nevada Legal Guides Now Published
    Nevada Legal Guides Now Published

    Thanks to all my readers who have waited a week or two while I stepped away from blogging to finish the four books that I've been working on for a number of years. I have always felt that the highest ...

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  • Court Clarifies Choice of Law in Nevada
    Court Clarifies Choice of Law in Nevada

    You live in Arizona. You're driving in Nevada. You hit something in the road and your car flips. You're seriously injured and you sue the auto manufacturer (a Deleware company) and the car dealer (an ...

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  • Nevadans Sponser and Defeat Malpractice Legislation
    Nevadans Sponser and Defeat Malpractice Legislation

    Proposed Federal medical malpractice reforms are dead (again) and so I'll stop talking about them soon. Not just yet, though. Interestingly, Nevadans played a major role in the rise and fall of the ...

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  • When Binding Arbitration in Nevada Is Not Binding
    When Binding Arbitration in Nevada Is Not Binding

    A lot of litigants (and attorneys, too) might be surprised to find out that a private binding arbitration award can still be appealed. The Nevada Supreme Court discusses this issue in a new case, ...

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  • New Bill With an Old Story
    New Bill With an Old Story

    This from People Over Profits: Once again, without any hearings and without following normal Senate procedure, the Senate Majority Leader plans to bring to the floor S. 22, the so-called "Medical Care ...

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  • So You Want to Sue Nevada?
    So You Want to Sue Nevada?

    I've handled a lot of cases that involve Nevada and its political subdivisions. Many entailed serious injuries. Some, for instance, involved sexual assaults by health care professionals and teachers ...

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