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30 Aug 6 Tips & Tricks for Depositions

A deposition is testimony, under oath, outside of the courtroom, and recoded by an official court reporter. It can be very intimidating to sit across from the opposing side’s attorney to answer questions about what you know regarding a case. Aside from the obvious things...

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25 Aug Things To Look Out For In Marital Trusts

The following blog has been transcribed from our podcast Around the Gavel: Episode 2. Look up “Around the Gavel” on Spotify, Soundcloud, Google Play, and iTunes to listen in. SARAH: Hi, and welcome to our new show Around the Gavel. I'm Sarah Morris and attorney partner,...

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22 Aug Should You Go To Law School?

The following blog has been transcribed from our podcast Around the Gavel: Episode 1. Look up “Around the Gavel” on Spotify, Soundcloud, Google Play, and iTunes to listen in. SARAH: Hi, welcome to Morris Law Center's podcast. I'm Sarah Morris, and today we're talking with my...

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Skip Counterfeit and Go With the Dupe

10 Aug Skip Counterfeit and Go With the Dupe

A common myth is that it is illegal to purchase and use counterfeit goods. There have been at least a few urban legends of tourists being seized at U.S. customs for carrying fake Gucci handbags. In reality, it is not illegal to purchase counterfeit items...

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30 Jun Are Non-Compete Agreements Enforceable in Nevada?

Many employers want to have their employees sign contracts prohibiting them from working for a competing business after they leave their current job, commonly called “non-compete agreements.” In Nevada, these agreements are allowed, but must meet certain requirements to be enforceable in court. Nevada Supreme Court’s...

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20 Jun More Than You Want to Know About Renewing Judgements

Generally, a judgment is only valid for six years from the date it was entered. NRS § 11.190(1)(a). This means that if the judgment is not collected within that six-year period, the ability to collect the judgment expires. However, Nevada allows for judgments to be...

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18 Jun Options For Enforcement of Settlement Agreements

Your options are when an agreement isn’t working What happens when you’ve reached a settlement agreement in your case using alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration, yet one of the parties involved isn’t holding up their end of the bargain? You must be thinking...

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