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A Note from the Issue Editor: Mark Hinueber, Esq.

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A Note From the Issue Editor
Whether as an employee, employer or trusted advisor, most Nevada lawyers confront employment law questions, even if not part of their usual practice area, on a nearly daily basis. Each year Nevada Lawyer tries to address new developments in employment law in order to keep Nevada lawyers up to date on these important issues. This year is no exception. Andrew Rempfer and Jacquelyn Franco give great examples of the type of question that is off limits during the employment interview process, in “You Can’t Ask that Question: Employment Interview and Application Tips.” Following the instructive article is a CLE quiz good for 1 hour of CLE credit for only $40. Molly Rezac tackles a question that confounds many HR departments in her article addressing the interplay between ADA and FMLA. Many people think that employees can be terminated at the end of a 12-week unpaid FMLA leave. As Molly notes: “Well, not so fast.” Brian Whitaker and Chad Olson tackle “OSHA Whistleblower Protection,” in their excellent article on the subject. Finally, Roger Grandgenett II and Dustin Clark sound a cautionary note for non-union employers, in “Starting with Banner Health, the NLRB Prescribes Bitter Medicine for Employers.”
MARK HINUEBER is Vice President and General Counsel of Stephens Media LLC, publisher of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He also serves as the company’s Human Resources director.
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