August 2017
OPENING STATEMENT

The fallout from the 2017 Legislative Session continues to impact your business. As you may recall, over the past few months, we have outlined some of the new laws that make running your business more challenging than ever. In June, we discussed how your covenants not to compete suddenly became less effective (you may read more about that HERE ). In July, we discussed how you now need to provide greater protections for your employees who are or have been pregnant (you may read more about that HERE ). This month, we are discussing how you need to provide greater protections for your employees who have been victims of domestic violence.

I would also like to invite you to attend my Roadmap to Success that will provide a comprehensive overview of the new laws that have and will affect your business. It will take place on October 19, 2017, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Henderson Business Resource Center. Be on the lookout for an invitation to the program.  
DISCOVERY 

Domestic violence is a terrible thing. I started my legal career prosecuting domestic violence cases. In an effort to protect victims of domestic violence and their families in the work place, the Nevada Legislature has created new and demanding rules for employers. Please read HERE to learn about what you need to do to comply.
IN SUMMATION


It has been a little over two years since I started publishing this newsletter. I hope you have found it to be a valuable tool. If my services are beneficial to you, I would ask that you post a review on Yelp, Facebook or Google.   I cannot express how much I appreciate you and your insight. As always, please feel free to reach out to me for any questions or comments you may have.

Aviva Y. Gordon, Esq. ATTORNEY AT LAW    

6655 S. Cimarron, Suite 200, Las Vegas, NV 89113    
P.702.527.5557  | F.702.527.5559     agordon@GordonLawLV.com