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Additional Resources for Proposed Revisions to Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure

Additional Resources for Proposed Revisions to Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure
Members of the bench, bar and public can access detailed information from the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP) Committee online. The website includes a complete list of the committee’s proposed revisions to the NRCP, as well as meeting minutes, a committee membership list and ...Read More

Bank of Nevada Boosts IOLTA Rates Benefitting Legal Aid

Bank of Nevada Boosts IOLTA Rates Benefitting Legal Aid
Where you choose to do your banking matters. Bank of Nevada has announced that it will increase interest rates paid on Bank of Nevada and First Independent Bank IOLTA accounts, beginning September 1. The increase is significant. In the first year, funding for Nevada’s five core legal ...Read More

Upcoming Hearing on Oct. 19 to Discuss Proposed Amendments to the NRCP

Upcoming Hearing on Oct. 19 to Discuss Proposed Amendments to the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure
On Friday, Aug. 17, the Nevada Supreme Court filed ADKT 0522, submitted by the committee to revise and update the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure. The committee has proposed several amendments to the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP), representing ...Read More

Written Comments Sought Re: Lawyer Advertising Rule Amendments and Interpretive Guidelines

Written Comments Sought Re: Lawyer Advertising Rule Amendments and Interpretive Guidelines
On March 9, 2018, the Nevada Supreme Court signed an order amending Nevada Rules of Professional Conduct (NRPC) 7.1 and 7.2, regarding lawyer advertising. With the newly revised advertising rules in place, a list of Lawyer Advertising Interpretive Guidelines was drafted and approved by the ...Read More

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