“In 2021, the Nevada legislature passed a new law in Nevada, giving college athletes in the state the right to receive compensation for the use of their NIL. However, a new Nevada new NIL law will impact college athletes and the collegiate sports industry.” Read more in this article written by Caleb L. Green and published in the Clark County Bar journal COMMUNIQUÉ (Mar. 2023).
Esports in Nevada
“The Nevada gambling market is always evolving and exploring new revenue growth streams.” Read more from Glenn Light, Karl Rutledge, and Salma Granich in this article published in the bar journal COMMUNIQUÉ (Mar. 2023)
Potential Pitfalls for using Third Party Vendors/Contractors for Regulated Sports Betting Software
“The tighter regulation of sports betting software at the same level as a gaming device may, now or in the future, in some jurisdictions, require that the “manufacturer” of that software be subject to increased regulation.” Read more from Eric Abbott in this article published in the bar journal COMMUNIQUÉ (Mar. 2023)
A Friendly Sections Challenge
“We all like challenges, and today, I invite you to join the State Bar of Nevada’s Section Pro Bono Challenge.” Learn more from this installment of “Pro Bono Corner” written by Paola Armeni, Esq.
Volunteers Sought for OMLA’s Virtual Lawyer Line
OMLA is looking for attorney volunteers throughout the state and in all areas of practice to participate in their Virtual Lawyer Line.
Lawyer Representative Opportunity – Letters of Interest Due April 28, 2023
The United States District Court for the District of Nevada is accepting applications for Lawyer Representatives: one in Reno and two in Las Vegas.