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Season’s Greetings

I really enjoy this time of year.  It means that I get to spend more time with my family and splurge eating some foods that I would otherwise shun. I hope that all of the readers of the Nevada Law Blogs will also be sipping something warm, eating a little too much and staying safe […]

Happy Thanksgiving From Bauman Loewe Witt & Maxwell

All of us at Mills & Associates would like to take a moment and wish clients, family and friends (including our blog readers), a very joyous and happy Thanksgiving.
Whether you are celebrating with a small gathering, or preparing for what is shaping up to be dinner for a small country, we wish you and yours all the very best.

CELEBRATE LABOR DAY ! ! !

The team at Bauman, Loewe, Witt & Maxwell and the Nevada Law Blogs wish all of our clients, friends, business associates and readers a very safe and extremely enjoyable Labor Day Holiday! In 1894 Labor Day was designated a federal holiday to be celebrated on the first Monday in September. The force of American labor […]

The Immense Sacrifice Of Our Fallen Heroes Must Always Be Remembered . . .

“Was it worth it?” This is a question, sometimes politically-loaded, that is often asked of family members and war buddies of our Fallen Heroes. Marine Corps General John Kelly recently offered a unique perspective. A veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan himself, General Kelly lost his youngest son, First Lieutenant Robert Kelly, while conducting combat operations […]

Shipper And Motor Carrier Can Agree On Method Of COD Payment Without Violation Of Filed Rate Doctrine

Imports, Etc. sold 511 cartons of women’s shoes to A&M Department Stores. Imports hired ABF Freight Systems, Inc. to deliver the shoes. The alternative Straight Bill of Lading provided that the ABF driver was to receive two payments on delivery of the shoes. One payment was to ABF for the freight charges. The other COD […]