Clark Hill Attorney Paola Armeni Quoted in Las Vegas Sun on Nevada Employees’ Right to Protest
Member Paola Armeni was quoted in “Legal experts: So far, Nevada employers are respecting workers’ right to protest” published on June 29 in the Las Vegas Sun. Armeni cautions against violating other laws while exercising the right to protest. To view the full article, click here.
Armeni, Member-in-Charge of Clark Hill's Las Vegas office and Member of Clark Hill's Litigation practice group, gained great insight in legal court proceedings while serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Joseph T. Bonaventure of the Eighth Judicial District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada. As an attorney, she has participated in the only impeachment hearing of a Nevada public official and assisted in several high profile criminal cases tried in both the United States District Court and Eighth Judicial District Court. She has also been successful in civil rights actions against the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, receiving a jury award of approximately $2.1 million.
FAQs: Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines and the Automotive & Manufacturing Industries
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Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Finds Objection to Affidavit of Service Requirement for a Perfected Mechanics’ Lien Was Not Waived Even if First Raised 5 Years Later
Mechanic’s lien claims, unlike other actions, are created by statute and, as a result, Pennsylvania courts require strict compliance with the statutory requirements to perfect the lien or risk the dismissal of the claim.
The Department of Education Clarifies That Title IX Applies to Cases Involving Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has issued an interpretation of Title IX, emphasizing that the law prohibits discrimination based upon (1) sexual orientation; and (2) gender identity.