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Blog Posts in February, 2009

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  • Nevada Supreme Court to Broadcast Oral Arguments via Webcam
    Nevada Supreme Court to Broadcast Oral Arguments via Webcam

    In a cool move to provide more public access to Nevada courts, the Nevada Supreme Court announced that it will begin live webcasting oral arguments. The webcasts will be available through the court's ...

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  • Significant Changes in Federal Disability Law
    Significant Changes in Federal Disability Law

    The Las Vegas Sun's Stephanie Tavares reports on important changes in federal anti-discrimination law, of which employers must be aware. Congress passed amendments to the Americans with Disabilities ...

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  • Nevada Legislature Considers New Seatbelt Law
    Nevada Legislature Considers New Seatbelt Law

    Currently in Nevada, police cannot pull over a driver who is not wearing a seatbelt. Drivers who are pulled over for another reason and who are found to not be wearing a seatbelt can still be ticketed ...

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  • Patient-Doctor Privilege Doesn't Cover Doctor's Testimony, Says Judge.
    Patient-Doctor Privilege Doesn't Cover Doctor's Testimony, Says Judge.

    The Reno Gazette Journal reported on a controversial ruling in federal court regarding patient privacy under federal and Nevada law. The issue arose in a wrongful death case. The plaintiff brought ...

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  • Consumer Reports finds Big Problems with Car Seats
    Consumer Reports finds Big Problems with Car Seats

    A safety alert in the February 2007 issue of Consumer Reports says at least two of the 12 infant car seats they investigated -- all of which come with packaging touting federal approval -- should be ...

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  • Update: Bush Administration Corporate Immunity Regulations
    Update: Bush Administration Corporate Immunity Regulations

    This is an update to the earlier blog, Bush Administration Passed Regulstions Allowing Corporate Immunity for Negligence , first published on January 23, 2009. The Federal Railroad Administration ...

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