More Than You Want to Know About Renewing Judgments
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 renewed, which if done correctly will continue the judgment for […]June 20, 2019
Dumb Starbucks – Fair Use And Parody Law
It’s hard out there for small businesses these days. Especially for new pop-up coffee shops. How can they expect to compete with coffee moguls like Starbucks? Well, here’s one idea: don’t compete. Why not use what already works? That was the idea behind “Dumb Starbucks” — a small coffee shop that opened its doors for […]March 6, 2019
6 Things You Need to Know About Nevada Marijuana Laws in 2019
Recreational marijuana was legalized in Nevada by a ballot initiative in November of 2016, and since then, the industry has boomed. In the first year, revenue from legal sales was 25% more than initially projected, with total tax revenue of $69.8 million. What’s more, these first-year figures are set to be surpassed by this year’s numbers. Needless […]February 26, 2019
Can a Court Judgment be Recorded Against Real Property?
The short answer is “yes.” Not only can you record a judgment against real property, but you will often want to. Obtaining a judgment lien against real property can be a good way to ensure payment of a judgment debt. A lien on the property makes it more difficult for a judgment debtor to transfer […]January 30, 2019