On Thursday, June 30, 2022, commercial litigator John M. Naylor 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.
A former judge advocate for the United States Air Force, John M. Naylor has been licensed for nearly 35 years and is a cofounder of Naylor & Braster, a Las Vegas law firm specializing in business litigation. He practices in the areas of commercial litigation, appellate work, and construction law.
Naylor will present “Someone Subpoenas Your Client Files – What Do You Do Next?” and address topics relative to the Nevada rules of professional conduct. Planned topics include:
- Those files belong me, don’t they?
- Why would anyone ever subpoena those files?
- I probably should tell the client . . .
- But I have no idea where the client is . . .
- How to object to the subpoena or court order
- But what if I never got paid?
- Losing the first round – do you appeal?
- Do I even have to turn over my notes?
- Special circumstances
The presentation will offer 1.0 ethics CLE credit (NV) to CCBA members only online via Zoom, from 12:00 to 1:15 p.m., Thursday, June 30, 2022. Pricing of the live webcast event is included with the 2022 CCBA membership. CCBA membership will be verified upon RSVP. During the event, attendance will be taken and only those members in attendance will have their attendance reported to the NV CLE Board.
The event will be recorded for use in the CCBA’s audio/visual library. The recorded versions of the program will be offered for rental use at a small fee (to cover administrative costs).
For more information and to RSVP for this event, complete the form below or contact Donna Wiessner at Donnaw@clarkcountybar.org, (702) 387-6011.