Today is the last day for candidate filing for non-judicial offices. See who files at the last minute here.
DA Steve Wolfson kept quiet about aide's theft, didn't press charges, and then hired her back and allowed her to be involved with handling money. As of this post, he is running unopposed for reelection. [RJ]
UNLV's president signed an agreement for a $14 million donation to the medical with the condition that he remain in his position--just after he received a negative job evaluation. [TNI]
Judge Wiese ruled in a way that could disqualify a large number of recall signatures. [TNI]
Judge Linda Marie Bell will be the new chief judge of the EJDC on July 1. [eighthjdcourt blog]
Some people claim that today and tomorrow are some of the least productive business days of the year due to the start of the NCAA basketball tournament. What do you think? Is there a less productive day where people are actually in the office, but work isn't getting done? Does your office have a viewing party? Anything else going on out there we should know about? Any secret ADKT orders or OBC actions?
This article about the "mutual" parting of ways for the City of Henderson and the assistant city manager mentions that the City paid Littler Mendelson almost $11,000 to investigate claims of sexual harassment. This got us wondering how many of you perform investigative services as part of your law practice. We know many of you hire investigators, but do any of you do it yourself? Any recommendations or tips related to this part of the practice of law?
Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez denied Steve Wynn's motion to terminate his shareholder agreement. [RJ]
A lawsuit was filed related to that recent Grand Canyon helicopter crash. [Las Vegas Sun]
Sifting truth from fiction in pimp investigation. [TNI]
Today is the first day for non-judicial candidates to file for office. Will we see a lot of lawyers throwing their hat in the ring? You can get information about county elections here and statewide elections here.
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