A Clark County man and his Las Vegas attorney have filed 274 federal lawsuits since January claiming local businesses are not in compliance with the the Americans with Disabilities Act.
I’d like to take credit for writing a killer column on the topic, but the credit for killing one bad bill belongs to Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson.
The State Bar wants the Nevada Supreme Court to uphold two Louisiana court rulings that found Lerner guilty of professional misconduct. Lerner’s attorneys want the justices to block the State Bar of Nevada from recommending discipline against him for his behavior in New Orleans.
Doctors and family should ask terminal patients about their wishes regarding quality of life, advocates Dr. Atul Gawande, author of”Being Mortal.” Such a conversation will mean less suffering and clarify goals for patient care.
Reforms passed in 2015 to block Nevada legislators from playing the gimme, gimme, gimme game are on the chopping block, courtesy of Assembly Democrats and Republicans.
Usually when a campaign manager’s candidate comes out on top in a three-way primary, that’s cause for celebration. But not in this case.
The stories about the mob and the media were amusing and riveting at a recent Mob Museum panel, but I’d heard most of them, covered them or lived them. Except for this one.
When they die, Joy and Harlan Dotson wish to donate their bodies to science, preferably a local medical school. But they don’t know how to go about it.
Assembly Bill 129 would have banned the use of smartphone apps to get prescriptions for contact lenses and glasses unless a full exam was performed by an optometrist or physician.
Clark County Commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick credits her experiences, contacts with caring people and challenging childhood for making her the strong person she is today.