The summer issue of Communiqué features content related to ethics and fraud prevention for law firms and updates from the bench and bar written by members of our legal community.
“This article aims to give an attorney guidance on how to meet their ethical obligations.” Read more in “You Receive a Subpoena For a Client’s File – What Do You Do?” written by John M. Naylor of Naylor & Braster (COMMUNIQUÉ, June/July 2022)
“The following are common cyber-attack methods that your firm should be aware of…” Read more in “Cyber Fraud Prevention Tips for Law Firms” written by Mark D. Rich, CPA, CFF of Rich, Wightman & Company. (COMMUNIQUÉ, June/July 2022)
Occasionally, children in a family have different goals, resulting in a conflict of interest. These kids need a hero. Learn more from this installment of “Pro Bono Corner” written by Marcus Brouwers from the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.
The Las Vegas Justice Court is the jurisdiction for nearly 75 percent of the entire state’s summary eviction case filings. Learn more in this installment of “View from the Bench” written by Judge Melissa Saragosa.
Check out these summaries of recent opinions from the Nevada Appellate Courts
The editors of Communiqué are seeking proposals from members of the Clark County Bar Assoc to write for select issues of the bar journal. Proposals are due by Thursday, May 12, 2022.
The May 2022 issue features content related to discovery matters, bar activities, and includes a special section with areas of practice listings.
On Friday, May 20, 2022, a distinguished panel of members from the southern Nevada family law bench and bar will make a special presentation for the continuing legal education of Nevada lawyers in a program produced by the Clark County Bar Association and sponsored by Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video.