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Above The Law

Biglaw attorneys bill a lot. That is an uncontroversial truism. But there’s usually an ebb and flow to the work — sure, you might be working like a dog during trial but then you have a blessedly light August, and you can recharge your batteries and the cycle starts anew. But that’s not what’s happened for Sullivan & Cromwell partner Brian Glueckstein.

Las Vegas Review Journal

While last week’s debate prompted further concerns about President Joe Biden’s cognitive fitness among pundits and some national Democrats, both Nevada Democrats and Republicans are shying away from the topic on the campaign trail.

Las Vegas Review Journal

Nearly a month after the Findlay Automotive Group’s systems were hit with a ransomware attack, the dealership still can’t process credit card transactions or complete the purchase of vehicles.

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Plans for a high-speed train between Las Vegas and Southern California remain 'on track.' After the groundbreaking ceremony in April, Brightline West hopes to be up and running in time for the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles.

Mother Jones

It’s a hot political summer, literally. Both Republican and Democratic politicians have been holding rallies and other political events outside during a recent spate of heat waves—including a Trump rally that sent 11 people to the hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, in early June, when temperatures reached 111 degrees Fahrenheit.

The impact of the Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision in SEC v. Jarkesy, limiting the commission’s use of in-house judges, will likely have long-term consequences, with securities attorneys speculating that SEC settlement offers may increase and state regulators may take the reins on cases that would previously have been led by the federal regulator.

K.T.N.V. T.V. ABC 13

Expansion plans for the Durango Casino & Resort are moving forward. After opening in December, the resort, on the southwest side of Las Vegas, has been successful, which led to Station Casinos deciding to add to the property.

K.T.N.V. T.V. ABC 13

As Channel 13 continues our Path to the White House series, we're looking at the top issues on Nevada voters' minds heading into the presidential election. Among the topics we're examining leading up to November is the future of democracy.