When a person in Nevada believes that a problem exists with their loved one's will, they may believe the terms of the will should not be honored. Thus, they may want to contest the will. However, not just anyone can pursue probate litigation; a person must have standing to do so. So, it is important to understand who has standing to challenge a will.
As a previous post on this blog has discussed, businesses in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada have certain obligations to protect the data of their customers. This is especially true when the data includes financial information or particularly sensitive personal information, like a Social Security number.
The personal data of employees and customers is becoming an increasingly valuable commodity. In this digital age, hackers from other businesses and even foreign governments can try to access this data and then use it for their own purposes. Often, these purposes are criminal, nefarious or, at best, not in the best interest of the victim whose data is misappropriated.
Not all buyers of real estate are in it to find a new home or find a location for a business. Some are in it for investing purposes. Over the last decade or so most people have probably seen television shows about "flippers," people who buy old houses and buildings to renovate them and put them back on the market to try to turn a profit. Real estate can be a lucrative area for investment, but there are always legal concerns in any real estate transaction, no matter the motive for the purchase.
As a business owner, you understand how important it is to have good relationships with your employees. Despite your best efforts, however, you may experience times when employees are disgruntled, sometimes leading to legal disputes. These can be stressful and costly, and it's smart to work to avoid them any way you can.