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  • Cell Phone Use While Driving to Be Illegal in Nevada
    Cell Phone Use While Driving to Be Illegal in Nevada

    Distracted driving is a serious problem, and Nevada is now joining other states that ban the use of cell phones while driving. The RGJ reports that Gov. Brian Sandoval signed into law a bill that ...

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  • NV Supreme Court Addresses Seatbelt Evidence in Crashworthiness Case
    NV Supreme Court Addresses Seatbelt Evidence in Crashworthiness Case

    The Nevada Supreme Court addressed issues of seatbelt evidence and violations of pretrial motions in limine in Roth v. BMW , 127 Nev. Adv. Op. No. 11 (April 14, 2011). The case involved a single car ...

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  • Assembly Bill 280 Leaves Handwashing Out of Hospital Health Checklist
    Assembly Bill 280 Leaves Handwashing Out of Hospital Health Checklist

    The Reno Gazette Journal 's Frank Mullen Jr. reports: A state Senate committee Thursday passed a hospital checklist bill, but declined to put a section about hand washing, requested by advocates for ...

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  • Most Dangerous Vehicles
    Most Dangerous Vehicles

    KCTV.com posted an interesting article discussing dangerous automobiles. While the greater likelihood of rollovers make SUVs, vans, and pickups more hazardous in single vehicle crashes, smaller cars ...

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  • Deleted Emails and Production
    Deleted Emails and Production

    Ah the new and complicated world of how email production is handled by courts. Scott Roseland, at cybercontrols (www.cybercontrols.net), cites to Benton v. Dlorah, Inc., 2007 U.S. Dist. D. Kan, Oct. ...

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  • AAJ President Explains How Litigation Has Made Cars Safer
    AAJ President Explains How Litigation Has Made Cars Safer

    American Association for Justice President Gibson Vance authored an article in the Washington Post last month explaining the connection between decreased traffic deaths and the civil justice system. ...

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