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A Note from the Issue Editor: Elizabeth Fielder, Esq.

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May 2014 Nevada Lawyer 5
May’s issue of Nevada Lawyer focuses on
common problems faced by Nevada companies,
including those raised by technology in the
We start with an article by John Funk
addressing a most fundamental problem – how
a company collects on a judgment issued by a
Nevada court. Next, Shannon Pierce and Matt
Digesti address the pitfalls of cell phone usage
in the workplace, and policies and practices
companies can employ to avoid harm arising
from such usage. A discussion of digital corporate
records follows by Shawn Pearson and Shay
Wells, who highlight Nevada law on this topic
and provide tips to successfully implement digital
record use. Last, Ben Comin provides an overview
of minority rights in Nevada limited liability
companies, and what can be done in the operating
agreement to deal with that issue. Rounding out the
business law articles are the CLE feature by Josh
Correlli laying out the law regarding successor
liability (for one hour of CLE) and the Back Story
on 30(b)(6) depositions by Frank Flansburg.
Another feature in this May issue is UNLV
Associate Dean Anne Traum’s discussion of the
hard work being done at UNLV to attract, teach
and train law students. Finally, the News and
Notes feature brings us the latest happenings with
the State Bar of Nevada.
We hope you fnd value in the articles in this
May issue of Nevada Lawyer. Happy reading!
ELIZABETH FIELDER is an attorney and
director in the Reno offce of Fennemore
Craig Jones Vargas. Her law practice focuses
on commercial real estate and business/
corporate law. She is a member of the
Nevada Lawyer Editorial Board and can be
contacted at
Questions? Comments?
Nevada Lawyer welcomes feedback from our
readers! Contact us at

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