Jay Young | Nevada Business Attorney | Mediator | Arbitrator 702.850.0375 | email@example.com
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BOOKS WRITTEN BY JAY
Doing Business in Nevada: A Practical Guide (co-author) 2017. This guide is a must for any company doing business in Nevada. It covers everything from how to properly form a business to leases, corporations, limited liability companies, foreign qualifications to do business in Nevada, business name registration requirement, purchase and sale of businesses and entities, mergers, conversions, exchanges, and domestication of business, business regulation and licensing, real estate, deeds of trust, leases, construction law, easements, zoning, minerals, family law, dispute resolution, taxation, franchising, securities regulation, estate planning, banking, and marijuana law. Contact Jay for your copy.
Nevada State Court Litigation Checklist: Get the Third Edition of this popular book that belongs in the library of every serious Nevada litigator. It has been called an “essential tool” in the arsenal of any attorney. This checklist is as comprehensive as possible so that any attorney or person representing themselves can use it as a resource to at least find the applicable rule or statute that governs most situations, but more importantly, to understand what it takes, “A to Z” to get a case ready for trial. I approach preparation for every lawsuit as if it will go to trial. Although a majority of cases settle, a litigant who prepares each case as though it is going to trial better understands his or her case, and is likely to craft better written discovery and to take better depositions. That litigant is ultimately better equipped to achieve a more favorable settlement than they otherwise would.
- 274 pages
- Includes the elements for almost 200 Nevada causes of action (including annotations to caselaw and statutory authority)
- New chapters on ADR and preparing witnesses to testify
A Litigator’s Guide to Nevada Evidence and Objections: While Nevada’s statutory rules of evidence generally follow the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Federal system is not adopted wholesale. Perhaps as important and confusing, Nevada does not follow the Federal numbering system, making it difficult to easily analogize to known Federal principals while in the heat of the battle in State court. This guide is designed to allow litigators in Nevada who are accustomed to the Federal rules to quickly cross reference with Nevada’s rules, and to serve as a general guide on the contents of our rules of evidence. The second section provides a handy guide to objections, prompting the user on how to lodge the objection, the source of law for the objection, and a short explanation of the objection.
Federal Court Civil Litigation Checklist: Get the Second Edition of this popular checklist. It is a comprehensive “A to Z” approach to coach you from client intake to the first day of trial. Although a majority of cases settle, a litigant who prepares each case as though it is going to trial better understands his or her case, and is likely to craft better written discovery and to take better depositions. That litigant is ultimately better equipped to achieve a more favorable settlement than they otherwise would.
A Litigator’s Guide to Federal Evidence and Objections: This pocket guide is designed to allow litigators to quickly reference to the Federal Rules of Evidence (“FRE”). It is presented in three parts. First is a quick reference guide to the FRE. Second is a guide to objections. It provides a tag line for the objection (i.e., “Objection! Assumes facts not in evidence”), followed rule(s) on which the objection relies and a short explanation of the rule/statute should you need additional support or rationale for the objection. Third, is a complete copy of the 2019 FRE.
Nevada Civil Practice Manual, Chapter 26: Pre-Judgment Remedies, Jay Young (co-author), State Bar of Nevada Publication (LexisNexis Matthew Bender), 5th Ed. (2005-2016). “The Nevada Civil Practice Manual is written and edited entirely by a team of volunteer attorneys and judges, all of whom actively practice law in Nevada. Their hands-on knowledge of Nevada law and its courts was invaluable in the development of this publication, and their expertise greatly enhances its contents. The publication is managed by the State Bar of Nevada.”
The Self Help Federal Court Litigation Checklist (Your Legal Guides 2016). This invaluable checklist guides lay litigants through all the steps they need to take from initial filing to verdict. Even attorneys who have practiced for many years find this guide streamlines their practice and allows them to mentor younger attorneys, saving countless hours while teaching their attorneys the valuable lessons that normally take decades to learn. A must for anyone representing themselves in federal court (pro per, pro se, self-represented, etc). Buy here.
The Self Help Guide to Federal Evidentiary Objections (Your Legal Guides 2016). This guide allows lay litigants to instantly find the right objection to make in the heat of battle during trial. A must for anyone representing themselves in federal court (pro per, pro se, self-represented, etc). Buy here.
The Self Help Guide to the Federal Rules of Evidence (Your Legal Guides 2016). A Pocket book for every every lay litigant in Federal Court. With this pocket book, litigants can find the correct Federal Rules based on the concept. A must for anyone representing themselves in federal court (pro per, pro se, self-represented, etc). Buy here.