Business & Corporate I SEPTEMBER 13, 2017

Doing Business in Nevada: Apractical Guide Offers One-Stop Resource for Businesses of All Sizes

Las Vegas, September 13, 2017 – Las Vegas law firm Howard & Howard has released a book entitled “Doing Business in Nevada: A Practical Guide.” The 340-page volume, co-authored by 18 firm lawyers, lays out a current overview of the primary Nevada laws, regulations and court decisions governing the conduct of business in the state as of January 2017.

“Doing Business in Nevada: A Practical Guide” is organized in 38 chapters covering a wide range of the state’s business and commercial related laws, regulations and court decisions. Each chapter provides a summary of the various state laws which govern commercial entities and the conduct of business related to various industries and related corporate functions and activities.

The book includes sections on:

  • Business formation & corporate structure
  • Real estate
  • Intellectual property
  • Labor & employment law
  • Financial institutions and investments
  • Construction law
  • Taxation
  • Trusts & estate planning
  • Tribal law
  • Gaming

“The book provides a well-organized and easy-to-read summary of Nevada’s major laws and regulations applicable to business and the commercial environment,” said Art Rogers, managing partner of Howard & Howard’s Las Vegas office.

“We wanted to publish an accessible resource with the information that we think is most relevant for both small and large businesses operating across a wide range of the state’s industries and segments,” said Rogers.

For copies of the book, please contact Chelsea Miller at [email protected] or (248) 723-0352.

About Howard & Howard

Founded in 1869, Howard & Howard is a full-service law firm with a national and international practice that provides legal services to businesses and business owners. The firm has offices in Michigan (Ann Arbor and Royal Oak); Illinois (Chicago and Peoria); Las Vegas, Nevada; and Los Angeles, California. Howard & Howard’s major areas of practice include: bankruptcy and creditors’ rights; business and corporate; commercial litigation; employee benefits; environmental; estate planning; franchising; intellectual property; labor, employment and immigration; mergers and acquisitions; real estate; securities; and tax. Our distinguished backgrounds provide us with a solid understanding of the industries we serve, including, automotive and industrial; cannabis; commodity futures; construction; energy and utilities; financial services; gaming; healthcare; and hospitality. For more information, please visit the firm’s website at

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