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Christopher L. Kaempfer, Thomas D. Amick and Kathleen M. Drakulich were featured in the “Eye on Alumni” online publication by the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law for being named Best Lawyers in America.  read more eye-on-alumni-university-of-the-pacific-mcgeorge-school-of-law

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By Stephanie Allen Published in the August 2008 edition of The Nevada Lawyer "As lawyers, it is our professional responsibility to serve the public through pro bono work and through legal organizations or associations such as the State Bar of … Continue reading

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 By Jim Smyth   Published in the August 2008 edition of Communiqué, the official publication of the Clark County Bar Association   One of the enjoyable parts of representing commercial landlords is that the eviction remedies available in NRS 40.253 and … Continue reading

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 Parallel Paths to Accomplishment By: Tabitha Fiddyment and Stephanie Allen   Published in the May edition of  Communiqué, the publication of the Clark County Bar Association. Congratulations to the William S. Boyd School of Law on ten successful years. The last … Continue reading

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Since 1909, the Nevada Constitution has allowed direct democracy in the form of the initiative process. Nevada is one of twenty-seven states that have the initiative or popular referendum process whereby citizens can place issues on the ballot. However, Nevada … Continue reading

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An old sign in the lobbyist room at the Nevada Legislature reads, “Don’t tell my mom I’m a lobbyist. She thinks I play piano at a whorehouse.” While always worth a good laugh, the sign is not far from the … Continue reading

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The arrival of an odd-numbered year in Nevada ushers in a new season of the Nevada Legislature and, along with it, potential opportunities and perils for attorneys and their clients. Those unfamiliar with the legislative process tend to look upon … Continue reading

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In the summer of 2005, the Supreme Court of the United States decided a momentous case regarding government’s rights when exercising the power of eminent domain. Specifically, the Court held that a “city’s exercise of eminent domain power in furtherance … Continue reading

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In June, Carson city attorney Robert Crowel merged the law firm started by his father in 1954 — Crowell, Susich, Tackles & Griffin — with Kummer Kaempfer Bonner Renshaw and Ferrario. “We are looking for a way to offer clients … Continue reading

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If you are a contractor and you have customer who has contracted with you to construct tenant improvements, chances are that your customer has a lease and a landlord. Nevada law (and probably that lease) require that the customer either … Continue reading

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