September 2018 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ Published
We are pleased to announce the release of the September 2018 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ, the official publication of the Clark County Bar Association. The “Pharma Law” issue features select content relevant for Nevada lawyers and their support staff. Read these features online now:
- CCBA CLE Article #3: “The Struggle for Sanity and Sobriety in the Legal Profession” By Alia A. Najjar, M.D., Esq.
- “The New Controlled Substances Prescribing Mandates in AB474 (2017) Creating of a Plethora of Problematic Legal Issues for Practitioners and Patients in Pain” By Weldon (Don) Havins, MD, Esq. and Alia Najjar, MD, Esq.
- “How To Make a Million Dollars in Mass Torts Without Even Trying” By Peter C. Wetherall, Esq.
In the 40-page issue (published in print and PDF versions), readers may find features related to the practice of law in Nevada, written by leaders from the bench and bar, including:
- “Concerns for Mental Health of Attorneys” By CCBA President John P. Aldrich, Esq.
- “Pitfalls & Solutions” By John A. Curtas, Esq.
- “Team approach yields positive results in the Eighth Judicial District Business Court” By Chief Judge Linda Marie Bell
- “Nevada Appellate Court Summaries” by Joe Tommasino, Esq.
- “Pro Bono Corner: My Selfish Good Deed” By Hillary Gaston Walsh, Esq.
- “Departments: Bar Business, Member Moves, New Members, and Court Changes”
Also, we are excited to publish CCBA CLE Article #3. The Clark County Bar Association (CCBA) provides the opportunity for Nevada lawyers to earn 1.0 AAMH Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit for reading “The Struggle for Sanity and Sobriety in the Legal Profession” By Alia A. Najjar, M.D., Esq. and completing the accompanying test. For the test and more information, see pages 18-22 of the print and PDF versions of the September 2018 issue of COMMUNIQUÉ
The September 2018 issue has been printed and dropped into the mail stream for delivery to members and select subscribers.
Our next issue of COMMUNIQUÉ will be released in October 2018 with articles to focus on legal matters related to pro bono legal services. 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.