“Thinking about trial helps in formulating discovery. Solely using a template for written discovery is not thinking about trial.” Read more in this article from Nevada lawyer Kevin Diamond…
The May 2022 issue features content related to discovery matters, bar activities, and includes a special section with areas of practice listings.
On Thursday, May 26, 2022, civil litigators Michael J. Gayan and Alysa M. Grimes 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.
Witnesses frequently use documents to prepare for deposition or trial testimony, often at their counsel’s direction. Sometimes a witness brings and refers to documents while testifying. When may an opposing party request disclosure of documents reviewed before or during a witness’s testimony? Learn more in this article written by Michael J. Gayan, Esq. and Alysa M. Grimes, Esq.
This issue features content related to the topic of domestic relations and family law matters, discovery, court news, and bar services, written by members of the southern Nevada legal community.
On October 12, 2021, Discovery and ADR Commissioners Erin Lee Truman and Jay Young will present the third in a series of CLE programs produced by Stephen Smith, Esq. of the the Clark County Bar Association’s CLE Committee. “Hot Topics in Family Court Discovery” will be webcast via Zoom, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Read this extract from CCBA’s CLE Article #10 written by ADR/Discovery Commissioners Jay Young and Erin Truman.