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Sandy Robertson Obtains a Summary Judgment Ruling in Client’s Favor


Sandy Robertson recently obtained a summary judgment ruling in their client’s favor where their client unknowingly purchased real property at a sheriff’s sale that never should have been executed upon and sold. After being embroiled in litigation for over a year, the court not only found in the client’s favor, but also awarded the client $33,838.57…


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Will Your Non-competition Agreement Stand Up to a Challenge?


In the last two years, Nevada courts and the Nevada legislature have made significant decisions regarding non-competition agreements. It is well known that courts view non-competition agreements with a higher degree of scrutiny than other kinds of agreements because of the seriousness of restricting an individual’s ability to earn an income. Only restrictions that are…


Mediate a legal dispute - Hutchison & Steffen Law Firm

When You Should Mediate A Legal Dispute


If your business is involved in a legal dispute, you may voluntarily agree or be required to participate in mediation. Mediation is an alternative way of settling disputes that involves negotiation with support from a neutral third-party. Typically, mediation involves key decision makers from each party, as well as their legal counsel. The mediator begins…


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Best Law Firms 2019


The Firm is pleased to announce it has been named in the 2019 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers®. The Firm was recognized for work in its appellate practice, commercial litigation, and trusts & estates litigation. The “Best Law Firms” ranking is based on a combination of client feedback, information provided to the publication through…



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