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How to Determine if a Worker is an Independent Contractor or an Employee

An important aspect of business ownership is the classification of workers and what the implications are for each classification. It is necessary to identify the difference between an employee and an independent contractor. Further, each of these classifications necessitates different requirements for the business owner....

What happens to your Facebook account when you pass away?

Now that Facebook is so prevalent, the question presents: what happens to my social media when I pass away? The answer is, it depends on the platform.   For example, Facebook’s requirements for deactivation include completing a form which you can find here.  Facebook also allows...

The Importance of an Estate Plan

Most people do not like to think about what happens after they pass away.  However, if you want to be in control of your possessions and what happens to them after you are gone, then you should, at a minimum, have a will.  A will...

Why do advertisers always talk about “The Big Game?”

By Timothy Wiseman Around this time of year, many advertisers start talking about “The Big Game” or other elaborate phrases to refer to a certain sporting event that has great prominence. The reason that many advertisers resort to a variety of suggestive phrases instead of using...

Can you have a short-term rental in Unincorporated Clark County?

By Timothy Wiseman Many homeowners wish to make additional money by renting out their home or some portion of their home on a short-term basis. Some internet services help facilitate the process. Different jurisdictions have taken different approaches to regulating this activity. Unincorporated Clark County bans...

Everything You Need to Know About Email Disclaimers

Almost every business has a policy of adding email disclaimers to the end of the signature block on each outgoing email. The boilerplate disclaimer will often discuss confidentiality, mistaken delivery, or some sort of privilege. This is particularly common with attorneys. It seems that every...

What You Need To Know About The Equifax Data Breach

Each year in the US, approximately 7% of households become victims of identity theft. There are three main credit reporting agencies in the US, which are Equifax, Experian, and Transunion. As you may have heard, Equifax recently discovered a security breach that affects over one...

Can tips be garnished?

By Timothy Wiseman When a Court issues a judgment for money, there are a number of ways that the judgment creditor can try to enforce the judgment if the judgment is not paid voluntarily. One common method of enforcing a judgment against an individual is...

What is the procuring cause in real estate?

By Timothy Wiseman It is well established that a real estate agent or broker must generally pass a two part test to earn their commission. Shell Oil Co. v. Ed Hoppe Realty, 91 Nev. 576, 580, 540 P.2d 107, 109-10 (1975). They must have an employment...