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THE LETTER OF THE LAW: JANUARY 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: EMPLOYMENT LAW: Year in Review - 2014 Key Employment Legislative Laws, EMPLOYMENT LAW: Blurred Lines: Maintaining Separateness Between Companies, INSURANCE LAW: Excluded Drivers in Nevada

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THE LETTER OF THE LAW: OCTOBER 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: EMPLOYMENT LAW: Cochran v. Schwan's Home Services, Inc.: Employer Must Reimburse Reasonable Percentage of Employee's Cell Phone Bill, REAL ESTATE LAW: Time for Another Residential Real Estate Boom as FNMA Relaxes Impact of Prior Foreclosure, Short Sale and Bankruptcy, BUSINESS LAW: Understanding Successor Liability

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THE LETTER OF THE LAW: SEPTEMBER 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: EMPLOYMENT LAW: California's Historic Adoption of Paid Sick Leave - AB 1522, EMPLOYMENT LAW: The California Supreme Court Adds Another Hurdle For - Employees Seeking Class Certification, NEVADA LAW: Admissibility of Expert Testimony in Nevada

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THE LETTER OF THE LAW: AUGUST 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: EMPLOYMENT LAW: Breaking News: California Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Employers in Regards to Class Action Waivers, But Not in Regards to PAGA Claims - EMPLOYMENT LAW: Privacy Rights and the Public Records Act, EMPLOYMENT LAW: No Duty to Reasonably Accommodate Employees for Medical Marijuana Use, CONSTRUCTION LAW: Design Professional Liability - NEVADA LAW: Defending Against Requests for Taking Depositions of Apex Witnesses

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THE LETTER OF THE LAW: JUNE 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: EMPLOYMENT LAW: She Is An At-Will Employee - I Can Fire Her, Right?, EMPLOYMENT LAW: Beware: A Snazzy Job Title Does Not Automatically Make An Employee Exempt, NEVADA LAW: Evidence Preservation, Spoliation, and the Potential for Adverse Inferences

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THE LETTER OF THE LAW: MAY 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: IMMIGRATION LAW: The U Visa: Immigration Protection for Those Suffering Serious Crimes, FAMILY LAW: What is "FLARPL"?, FAMILY LAW: Never Lose Sight of the Most Important Aspect of Your Divorce: Your Children

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THE LETTER OF THE LAW: APRIL 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: EMPLOYMENT LAW: Employer May Recover Attorney Fees Under FEHA Where Plaintiff's Evidence of Discrimination is Solely Speculation, FAMILY LAW: When Co-Parenting Seems Impossible, CONSTRUCTION LAW: Offers of Judgment in Construction Defect Cases in Nevada

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