Month: August 2020

Las Vegas Justice Court Suspends Rule Requiring Original Copies of Eviction Notices

Las Vegas Justice Court Suspends Rule Requiring Original Copies of Eviction Notices On Thursday, August 20, 2020, the Las Vegas Township Justice Court issued Administrative Order 20-17, which immediately suspends local court rule JCRLV 34(f)(3)(B). That rule normally requires a tenant filing an affidavit in answer to a landlord’s notice of eviction to include a copy of the […]

Keeping Cases Moving in Federal Court

Keeping Cases Moving in Federal Court By Lance Hendron, Esq. As unprecedented as the COVID-19 pandemic is, we live in a time where working remotely while handling a large caseload is completely feasible. Although the transition to remote work has not been without its kinks, and my office is no exception, keeping cases moving may […]

Nevada Bar Exam Successfully Completed Virtually

Nevada Bar Exam Successfully Completed Virtually The Nevada Supreme Court and the Nevada Board Bar of Examiners announced that the Nevada Bar Exam was successfully completed virtually on August 11 and 12. From early on, both organizations opted to proceed with a virtual exam as a way to handle the administration of the bar exam […]

Taking the Bench . . . Home

Taking the Bench . . . Home By Hon. Rebecca L. Burton Ahh, working from home. It seemed like I was always working from home after hours and on weekends anyway, so I think, why not? I collect my robe from chambers, look around, and wonder when I will be back. At first, we are […]