With a flood of new law school grads and discount legal services crowding the Las Vegas market, the new law of the land: Adapt
Times are tough for lawyers, just like they are for everybody else. The recession shrank demand for legal services — giving rise to competition from cut-rate specialists, causing some firms to lay off staff or close, and forcing those who remain open to make changes in the way they do business.
Nearly a year after domestic partnerships became legal in Nevada, the GLBT community is learning to wield its newfound clout
When Senate Bill 283 passed last year, it provoked little more than a shrug from many Nevadans. Now, a year into the life of the Domestic Partnership Act - with interest groups planning their strategies for the 2011 Legislature - its far-reaching effects on individuals and institutions are coming into focus.