November 2018 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ Published
We are pleased to announce the release of the November 2018 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ, the official publication of the Clark County Bar Association. This issue focuses on “Tech and the Law” with select content relevant for Nevada lawyers and their support staff.
Read these features online now:
- “Illegally Streaming Content Is Not Fun and Games—It Is Theft” by Ike Lawrence Epstein, Esq.
- “Using Tech in the Practice of Law” by William T. Sykes, Esq. and Matthew S. Granda, Esq.
- “Trends in Tech for Lawyers” by Lauren Calvert, Esq.
- CLE ARTICLE #4: “Predatory Friending and Other Pitfalls for Lawyers Using Social Media” by John M. Naylor, Esq.
In the 48-page print (and PDF) edition, readers can find the test and form for the CLE article, as well as read about court news, bar activities, and other practical content, including these featured pieces:
- Message from CCBA President: “Good Lawyers Doing Good” by John P. Aldrich, Esq.
- View from the Bench: Nevada Supreme Court Developing Ways to Share Information Faster By Chief Justice Michael L. Douglas
- View from the Bench: Court of Appeals Update and Fond Farewell from the Chief Judge By Chief Judge Abbi Silver
- Nevada Appellate Court Summaries by Joe Tommasino, Esq.
- Attorney Memorial Service 2018 By Mariteresa Rivera-Rogers, Esq.
- Pro Bono Corner: A Red Letter Day by Anat Levy, Esq.
- Departments: Member Moves, Court Changes, and The Marketplace
The November 2018 issue has been printed and dropped into the mail stream for delivery to members of the Clark County Bar Association.
Our next issue of COMMUNIQUÉ will be released in December 2018 with articles to focus on legal matters related to family law. Space is available in COMMUNIQUÉ for select businesses to showcase their professional services and products. Space reservations are required. Space is limited with placement only guaranteed to paid advertisements. For information about advertising, see COMMUNIQUÉ – Official Rate Sheet & Specs. For more information, contact Steph at Clark County Bar Association, 702-387-6011.