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Happy Thanksgiving From Bauman Loewe Witt & Maxwell

All of us at Bauman Loewe Witt & Maxwell would like to take a moment to wish our clients, family and friends (including all of our loyal blog readers), a very Joyous and Happy Thanksgiving.Whether you are celebrating with a small gathering, or preparing for what is shaping up to be dinner for a small country, we wish you and yours all the very best. … [Read more...]

Will A New Appellate Court Mean More Nevada Jobs?

In the Nevada Law Blogs, we regularly discuss “Nevada Factors”.  These Nevada Factors are circumstances that are unique to Nevada’s laws or judiciary which make it different from the other states.One Nevada Factor that arises over and over again is the dearth of controlling legal precedents on which Nevada civil lawyers and judges can predictably rely.  The main reason why there are so few civil precedents is because Nevada has only one court of appeals.  That court is the Nevada Supreme … [Read more...]

The Nevada Court System

The organization of the Nevada Court System is unique.  Compared to the federal system or to other state systems, the Nevada system has some facets that are important to be explored and understood.The highest court in the Nevada Court System is the Nevada Supreme Court.  It is the court of last resort.  The Nevada Supreme Court is made up of seven justices.  The court is divided into two three-justice panels plus the chief justice.  All appeals and extraordinary writs from the Nevada … [Read more...]

Which State’s Law Applies When An Accident Happens Out Of State In A Nevada Rental Car?

Las Vegas loves tourists and tourists love Las Vegas!!!  Of course, many tourists come here to see the hotels, the casinos and the shows.  But sometimes the hotels, casinos and shows all start to look alike.  So tourists have been known to rent cars and go wandering the Wild West to take in the natural wonders just a few hours from town, including Death Valley in California, the Grand Canyon in Arizona and Zion National Park in Utah.  That’s a lot of travel across many state lines.  So when an … [Read more...]

Some Things Just Shouldn’t Stay In Vegas

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitor's Authority claims that “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas®”  However, there are some things that just shouldn’t be left in Vegas.  The Nevada Cremation Society and Clark County Coroner learned that lesson the hard way in the case of Boorman v. Nevada Cremation Society, Inc., 126 Nev. Adv. Op. 29, 236 P.3d 4 (2010).Richard Boorman came to Las Vegas from Great Britain to attend a bachelor party. Mr. Boorman overindulged.  He died from the effects of … [Read more...]