Vol. 58 — Video Conference Rule

A legal note from Marshal Willick about the failure of court administrators to carry into effect the Nevada Supreme Court’s video and audio appearance rules (and an explanation for my lengthy hiatus). Lawyers live in a world of rules.  But … Continue reading

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Vol. 57 — Friedman, Vaile, and Evolving Interstate Uniformity

A legal note from Marshal Willick about Nevada cases properly considering the bigger picture of consistent interpretation of uniform laws. For many years, family law in America has become increasingly homogenous.  Over the past few decades, Nevada has increasingly sought … Continue reading

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Vol. 56– Mandatory Mediation of Everything: A Rotten Idea

A legal note from Marshal Willick about a proposal being stealthily floated that would cost every Nevada divorce litigant a little more time, money, and aggravation, for no good reason at all. Mediation can be a helpful tool to dispute … Continue reading

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Vol. 55 — Shrinks Gone Wild 3

A legal note from Marshal Willick about a wee bit of attempted blackmail, from those who really should know better, and what the court system should do about it. Numerous problems relating to Mental Health Professionals (“MHPs”) involved with the … Continue reading

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Vol. 54– Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Cheap & Useful CLE

A legal note from Marshal Willick about actually doing something about (part of) the problem with Continuing Legal Education – by making it cheap, making it useful to those attending, and making it meaningful to fulfilling the purpose of CLE. … Continue reading

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