Robert L. Eisenberg, Esq. – American Academy of Appellate Lawyers

The United States Supreme Court hosted a reception and dinner with the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers at the United States Supreme Court Building in December 2022. Lemons, Grundy & Eisenberg’s managing partner and shareholder Robert L. Eisenberg, who is a fellow in the Academy, attended the event with his wife Connie Eisenberg. The Academy was […]

New Developments in USERRA and Military Leave

By Rebecca Bruch, Esq. I find myself writing this blog two days after the midterm elections, and one day before Veteran’s Day. Of course, like all of us, I am always happy to get a day off for Veteran’s Day.  For a long time, it was the traditional start of my Christmas shopping season, and […]

Voting Rights for Your Employees

By Rebecca Bruch, Esq. No matter what your politics may be (and we are certainly not going there in this article), one thing we can all agree on is the importance of every single vote. Remember Bush v. Gore? With the next national election just around the corner, there are some important employee rights worth […]

Election Day November 8, 2022: Nevada Legislature

Election Day: November 8, 2022 As election day approaches, it is important to keep in mind the functions our elected leaders are charged to undertake. In addition to the more visible races for the offices of Nevada Governor and United States Senator, numerous campaigns for office in the Nevada State Senate and Nevada Assembly are […]

The Client, Not the Attorney, Holds the Privilege; Yet a Person Should Not Send Unsolicited Confidential Information to a Lawyer

Most people seem to know that, when a client and lawyer communicate, their communication is privileged. Nevada Rules of Evidence, NRS 49.095, specifies that: A client has a privilege to refuse to disclose, and to prevent any other person from disclosing, confidential communications: Between the client or the client’s representative and the client’s lawyer or […]
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EEOC Updated Guidance on COVID-19

By Rebecca Bruch, Esq. More than two years have passed since our world was turned upside down almost overnight with the onslaught of COVID. As employers, parents, lawyers, teachers and businesses, we “punted” trying to figure out what to do. Likewise, the CDC, state and local governments, and the EEOC “punted.” Now, with the advent […]

Lawful Off-Duty Recreational Marijuana Use in Nevada is Still Not Lawful for Employees

On November 8, 2016, Nevada voters approved the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act.  The Act permitted adults 21 and over to lawfully possess up to one ounce of marijuana in a private residence effective January 1, 2017. The legalization of recreational marijuana in Nevada followed the trend of many states before us and was […]

What is Defamation?

This summer, news outlets across the nation have tracked developments in two high-profile celebrity defamation lawsuits. The trial between actors and former spouses Johnny Depp and Amber Heard involved claims for defamation asserted by Mr. Depp against Ms. Heard and concluded on June 1, 2022. Currently, the damages trial arising from defamation claims asserted by […]

We’re Hiring – Associate Attorney

We’re hiring! Looking for a talented associate to join our team of attorneys and continue our mission of providing exceptional legal representation to our clients. ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY, RENO – The firm of Lemons, Grundy & Eisenberg seeks an associate attorney with 0-2 years’ experience to join its diverse civil litigation practice, including insurance defense litigation, […]