August 2, 2014

Leaked information can be so troublesome, and not just for the National Security Administration. While a leaked performance review for an attorney general candidate in Nevada may not exactly be commensurate with Edward Snowden’s bold actions in terms of patriotism or t...

August 2, 2014

Twenty miles outside of Las Vegas, two Texas billionaires set up camp—and construction—around the large artificial Lake Las Vegas, complete with upscale homes, high-end hotels like the Ritz-Carlton, “a recreated Mediterranean village, golf courses, and, of course, a ca...

July 27, 2014

The balance between protecting the works of writers, composers, and artists and being able to share their genius with the world is a delicate act, and one that conductor Lawrence Golan believe was wrongfully hobbled by the copyright law congress passed in 1994. For the...

July 18, 2014

In the wake of the media uproar around the IAC/InterActiveCorp internal office drama, comments about technology startups have ranged from outrage to snarky, I-told-you-so remarks, labeling the tech industry as “worse than a frat house” and claiming that “things having...

July 2, 2014

Celebrities worldwide are engaged in lawsuits across the globe almost endlessly, whether over intellectual property rights for their performances or productions, or because they’ve gotten into trouble with law enforcement, or were injured, etc. But one article in the S...

July 1, 2014

Recently, an online watchdog journalism outlet posted this article claiming that the School District Office of General Counsel for Clark County has spent $2.1 million in excess of their annual $3 million budget to hire Las Vegas law firms.  With records reviewed by inv...

June 26, 2014

The numbers of lawyers convicted of serious crimes in federal court in Nevada is going up, and most of them are from Las Vegas, reports the Las Vegas Review Journal. Twenty-three since 2008, according to the Nevada U.S. attorney’s office. It gets worse in even more rec...

June 21, 2014

A problem of widespread and acute intensity in Southern California, squatting in vacant homes isn’t unknown to Las Vegas, either. For homeowners who have second homes for vacationing in Nevada or condominiums used primarily for intermittent or seasonal business in the...

June 8, 2014

Las Vegas is a city of transplants; people from all over the United States, and in fact, the world, to flock to the city to make their fortune or start a new life under a more favorable sky. Which is a great arrangement for both the Las Vegas economy and the new reside...

May 31, 2014

Let’s all be honest with ourselves, we love Vegas for the way it lets us walk down the streets downtown with a drink in our hands: it saves us from having to too-quickly down the rest of our beverage and saves us money by allowing us to savor our drinks (instead of hop...

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