Blogs

04/09/2016

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MARIJUANA BLOG

 Nevada is one of the few states that has enshrined a right to use marijuana for medical purposes in its constitution. Nevada has also legalized adult use of cannabis. Knowing your rights and keeping up-to-date with the laws and development of marijuana in Nevada can help protect you.

HEMP LAW BLOG

While the hemp program is not as strictly regulated as the Nevada Marijuana program, our hemp clients often rely on us to form their business entities, to assist with applications, contracts, land use, licensing and regulatory compliance. Learn about the Nevada hemp laws in our state.

BUSINESS LAW BLOG

It would be nice if forming a business was as easy as picking a name and selling products or services. Unfortunately, there are a lot of state and federal laws that go into forming your business. Learn the Nevada business laws that come into play when creating a new corporation or LLC in our state, and how Connor & Connor can help.

CRIMINAL DEFENSE BLOG

Being charged with a crime can be a very stressful time in a person's life.  If you have been charged with a crime you have a right to an attorney.  Our attorneys have experience in criminal law and are ready to defend you from any charges in either state or federal court.

PERSONAL INJURY BLOG

Personal injury law governs situations where a person suffers injuries from the negligent or intentional actions of another. When a person is injured through the intentional or negligent acts of another, they are often entitled to compensation. 

PHILANTHROPY BLOG

Connor & Connor PLLC believe in giving back to the community whenever possible. Read about our efforts to spread awareness and raise needed funds for charitable efforts here in Nevada and elsewhere.

CIVIL PROCEDURE BLOG

The Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure are rules used to govern civil practice and procedure in the state of Nevada courts. 

 

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