OSHA Whistleblower Protection

Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) § 618.445 and 29 USC 660(c) provide that a person “who believes that he has been discharged or otherwise discriminated against” may file a complaint within 30 days of the alleged discriminatory act. Such a person may file the complaint with either Nevada OSHA or federal OSHA, because Nevada is an… Read More »

Article in April Communiqué – an official publication of the Clark County Bar Association

Convenient data storage devices and other means of transferring information can be a nightmare for employers hoping to protect trade secrets. Potentially misappropriated trade secrets can include nearly any “information . . . that . . . [d]erives independent economic value . . . from not being generally known to, and not being readily ascertainable… Read More »

Unnexpected Risk of Smart Phone Deposits

Our mobile phones are amazing devices.  They have simplified many aspects of our lives.  However there are plenty of areas where they can create complications instead of solutions. While I was examining and reconciling the bank accounts of one our clients, I discovered five checks the client had written that cleared the account twice.  It… Read More »