Conventional Subrogation in the Insurance Policy Context

Many, if not most, policies of insurance contain language discussing “subrogation.” While this language is typically of little interest to the policyholder, subrogation is an important component of insurance law. In its most basic form, to “subrogate” is to substitute for another. The Nevada Supreme Court has provided a more specific definition: “Subrogation is ‘[t]he […]

Proposed Change in Nevada Law on Employee Non-Compete Provisions

Nevada law, unlike the law in many other states, has historically permitted employers to have enforceable non-compete provisions in employment agreements. Such non-compete provisions restrict an employee’s ability to work, after leaving a job, in the same occupation in a geographic area that must be reasonably defined for a finite period of time. Currently pending […]
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Sarah M. Molleck presents “Protecting Personal Devices” for Attorneys

LGE attorney Sarah M. Molleck presented at the State Bar of Nevada’s CLE, “Ethics Year in Review” on December 9, 2020.  Ms. Molleck presented one of five segments, titled “Protecting Personal Devices and Cloud Computing Security,” as part of the CLE that covered The Impact of Technology on a Lawyer’s Ethical Obligations.  The CLE was […]
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Robert L. Eisenberg recognized for over 200 supreme court settlement conferences

LGE attorney Robert Eisenberg was recently recognized by Nevada Supreme Court Justice Ron Parraguirre in the Nevada Supreme Court Settlement Program’s written publication, the Settlement Sentinel.  In the Fall 2020 issue, Justice Parraguirre recognized Mr. Eisenberg for conducting over 200 settlement conferences since becoming a Supreme Court Settlement Judge in 1997.  Mr. Eisenberg retired as […]
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October is Cyber-Security Month

Not to scare you, but cyber-security attacks are on the rise, with no foreseeable end in sight.  Attacks have been especially prominent in the last several years.  From interference in our country’s election system to COVID scams plaguing Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation for unemployment benefits (see here), the sophistication of hackers grows […]
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Federal Rule 30(b)(6) amended to require meet-and-confer process

When your organization is served with a Federal Court deposition subpoena, Federal Rule 30(b)(6) requires your organization to confer with the serving party. Rule 30(b)(6) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governs deposition notices and subpoenas to an entity, such as a corporation, partnership, association, or government entity.  This Rule permits a party to […]

Center for Internet Security webinar for Nevada Businesses

Lemons, Grundy & Eisenberg collaborates with clients on addressing computer cyber security legal issues. Attorney Christian Moore recently appeared on a Nevada Newsmakers Broadcast discussing standards for cyber security being adopted by the State of Nevada based on the Center for Internet Security (CIS). Mr. Moore will also be participating in an upcoming July 30, […]
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Maintaining client confidentiality when working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic

With the onset of the COVID-19 virus, many attorneys find themselves working from home in adherence to stay-at-home orders and recommendations.  But, using portable storage drives or emailing documents between one’s work computer and home laptop is burdensome and a little archaic, considering the plethora of cloud-based software and storage services readily available.  Dropbox, Microsoft […]

Important COVID-19 Update

Lemons, Grundy & Eisenberg is committed to the health and wellbeing of our employees and clients, as well as the health and safety of the general public.  In line with Governor Sisolak’s directive issued March 17, 2020, our firm has currently closed our physical office location to the general public.  While our firm, including attorneys […]
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In Memoriam of David R. Grundy

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the loss of David R. Grundy, partner and founder of Lemons, Grundy & Eisenberg.  Dave passed away unexpectedly the morning of Tuesday, February 25, 2020. Dave was a native Nevadan, born in Reno, Nevada in 1949.  He was a graduate of Reno High School and the University […]