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Monday, April 6, 2009
Wake-Up Call on Slipshod Search Terms
From the New York Law Journal:
Evidently weary of deficient keyword searches, U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck recently issued a self-styled "wake-up call" to members of the bar in the Southern District. Instead of attorneys designing keywords without adequate information "by the seat of their pants," Peck appealed for keyword formulations based on careful thought, quality control, testing and cooperation.

Posted By Christine at 9:30 AM

Saturday, April 4, 2009
Prime Interest Rates
Every January and July the Nevada Division of Financial Institutions publishes the Prime Interest Rate according to NRS 99.040(1). To view this pdf which lists the rates from 1987 to 2009 go to their website .

Posted By Christine at 9:20 AM

Friday, April 3, 2009
Florida Bar Association Sued Over Ban on Client Testimonials
Public Citizen has sued the State Bar of Florida on behalf of attorney Joel Rothman challenging the constitutionality of its ban on client testimonials in attorney advertising.
The case stems from Rothman's use of the online lawyer directory Avvo, which not only lists attorneys but also ranks them on a scale of one to 10 and gives clients an opportunity to review attorneys.
Rules on attorney advertising in Nevada can be found at NRS 7.045, RPC 7.1-RPC 7.4.

Posted By Christine at 9:25 AM

Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Petition for Judicial Review
The Clark County Civil Law Resource Center has developed instructions and sample forms to petition for judicial review. You can find the forms on the Eighth Judicial District Court Probate website under the section "Petitions and Order Packets."
Updated 4/9/10: The Petition for Judicial Review has been moved to the Civil/Criminal/Probate Forms Library section of the Clark County Courts website. The forms are listed alphabetically and you will need to scroll about two-thirds of the way down the page to find the petition.

Posted By ssmith1483 at 2:55 PM

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

We have many links to forms on our website. We add links constantly as we find new forms posted or older forms updated. These forms are meant to be used as a template, or an example, since each situation is different and one form does not fit all. If you find a form that you think would be useful to link to on our website, please let me know.

Posted By ssmith1483 at 2:50 PM