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Making Sense of HOA Property Taxes

Community Interests, Feb 01, 2018 Property Tax On Common Elements:  Where is the tax assessed? Associations often hold and manage common elements for the benefit of the property owners in…

Best Practices for Combatting Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Retail Association of Nevada Newsletter (RAN), Feb 01, 2018 By Laura Jacobsen IN THE PAST YEAR, SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMPLAINTS HAVE ENTERED THE PUBLIC consciousness and come to bear upon employers…

Alter Ego for LLCs

The Writ – Appellate Briefs, Feb 1, 2018 In the recently issued case of Gardner v. Eighth Judicial District Court, 133 Nev. Adv. Op. 89 (Nov. 22, 2017), the Nevada…

Amid Tech Boom, Nevada Wants to Become Home for Blockchain-Related Businesses

The Nevada Independent, Jan 28, 2018 By Megan Messerly While bitcoin has gradually become a household word, the underlying technology behind it — known as blockchain — isn’t quite there…

Trump Tax Bill Could Lead to Another Cut in Electric Rates for Nevadans

The Nevada Independent By Riley Snyder on Jan 17, 2018 Nevadans could soon see another reduction in their power bills, thanks to the recently passed tax legislation approved by Republicans…

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