You are in your office working on your motion to compel discovery when your phone rings. You answer only to hear frantic pleas for help from your client. He tells you that he has received a Notice of Violation from a Nevada state licensing agency.
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The avalanche of foreclosures over the past few years has resulted in many changes to both the nation’s banking laws and Nevada’s residential mortgage foreclosure process.
Nevada cities and counties are responsible for issuing retail liquor licenses, and the application process varies from one municipality to another.
Today’s economic crisis can be seen as a final chapter in the evolution of mortgage lending.
The residential mortgage lending practices of Wall Street financial firms resulted in a record number of homeowners, including an estimated 75 percent of all homeowners in Southern Nevada, owing more on their mortgages than their homes are worth.
Nevada’s top banking regulator is advising state-chartered banks that he won’t waive a law requiring them to charge off the value of repossessed real estate over 10 years.
A struggling housing market, flagging consumer spending and waning job growth have curbed optimism among once-ebullient business owners and managers.
On September 23, 2009, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published a notice of proposed revisions to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations to bring these regulations into compliance with the ADA Amendments Act of 2008.
The news is full of stories of suspicion and liability due to missing electronic files: Missing emails from Karl Rove; deleted emails from Arthur Anderson; $29.2 million award in a discrimination case after jury was instructed to “infer that [missing emails] would have been unfavorable.”
The production of information during the litigation process is often the most frustrating and time consuming part of litigation.