September 2016 issue of Bar Journal COMMUNIQUÉ Published
This issue focuses on the topic of constitutional law matters. The following articles were written by attorneys for attorneys:
- “’Playing It By Ear,’ or Equity and Constitutional Construction” by Gerard Dondero, Esq.
- “If You Can’t Say Anything Good about Someone, Start a Dark Money Political Action Committee” by Ross Miller, Esq.
- “Free Speech Can Be Expensive for Government Employers” by Andre Lagomarsino, Esq.
- “A National Tradition: Prayers and Governments” by Joseph R. Meservy, Esq.
- “Advertising in Nevada in today’s legal environment” by Farhan Naqvi, Esq.
- “Gun Restrictions and the Second Amendment” by Stephen F. Smith, Esq.
- “Contempt and Domestic Orders: Impact of Nevada Constitution Art. 1 § 14” by Senior Judge Gerald W. Hardcastle and Gerri Lynn Hardcastle, Esq.
- “The Court giveth and the Court taketh away: The right to be a parent” by Jason P. Stoffel, Esq.
To get the full issue, you can download the PDF file by clicking on the cover image above.
Also included in the printed magazine are practical features for Nevada attorneys including news from the courts and the legal community.
Readers can also enjoy “The Importance of Diversity” by CCBA President Catherine M. Mazzeo, Esq. where she calls for law firms and businesses to take consider their hiring practices. After September, this particular message from the president will be available in the print or PDF copies of the September 2016 publication. The president’s page is updated with each issue of COMMUNIQUÉ.
The next issue of COMMUNIQUÉ will be released in October 2016. For more information about our publication and services, contact the CCBA staff at 702-387-6011.