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McDonald Carano Welcomes A.G. Burnett, Nevada Gaming Control Board Chair, as Partner in the Gaming & Administrative Law Group

Las Vegas, NV — December 11, 2017 — McDonald Carano announced today that A.G. Burnett, currently Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) and Member of the Governor’s Gaming…

Detroit Casinos See Potential in Sports Betting

The busiest part of Las Vegas casinos on Sunday afternoon aren’t the slots, craps, roulette or blackjack. It is the sportsbook, where people bet on pro football games. At any…

Taping Phone Calls

Most Nevada attorneys are at least generally aware of the Nevada law that prohibits a person from recording a telephone call without consent of the other party to the call….

Whether to Challenge a Valuation is an Increasingly Complicated Decision

County assessors in Nevada mailed their tax year 2018-19 notices of value in early December 2017. Many of these notices reflect double digit increases in valuation. These values can be…

Energy Attorney Curt Ledford Joins Clean Energy Project (CEP) as New Chair

The Clean Energy Project (CEP) announced today that Curt Ledford, a leading Nevada energy attorney, has joined the Board of Directors and assumed the role of Board Chair. Ledford is…

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