MMJ Conflicts Extend to Regulators, Threaten Budding Industry

Is anyone else wondering how Nevada Gaming Commission members can keep a straight face while discussing the perils of licensees being associated with Nevada’s blossoming medical marijuana industry? The commission voted (barely) last week to endorse the Control Board’s earlier edict that grass and green felt don’t mix. Here’s a line from Howard Stutz’ report … More MMJ Conflicts Extend to Regulators, Threaten Budding Industry

Bar Counsel Wants Retraction, Sends Divorce Decree

Bar Counsel David Clark sent me a copy of divorce decree from almost seven years ago.  Apologies for linking him to ex-wife who is assistant to Jay Brown.  I stand by the comments attributed to Clark.    Dana:  I have seen your blog post and second post regarding our conversation and my “failure to disclose.”  … More Bar Counsel Wants Retraction, Sends Divorce Decree

Nevada Bar Counsel Fails to Disclose Conflict

This morning I called David Clark, the counsel for the Nevada Bar, to see if he had any concerns about Las Vegas attorney Jay Brown’s profit sharing agreement with his clients seeking medical marijuana licenses.  Jon Ralston revealed http://www.ralstonreports.com/blog/attorney-jay-brown-asks-med-pot-client-37500-nonrefundable-fee-9-percent-business#.U3UTRvldX9k yesterday that Brown filed disclosures with Clark County, noting he will get 9% of profits from his successful applicants.  Clark … More Nevada Bar Counsel Fails to Disclose Conflict