Las Vegas, February 6, 2018: A new book providing an overview of laws and regulations governing the construction industry and design profession in Nevada is available. Nevada Construction Law is a 254-page volume co-authored by attorneys Brian Pezzillo and Jennifer Lloyd of Howard & Howard in Las Vegas.
The book is organized into 12 chapters covering a comprehensive range of the construction-related state laws, local city and county administrative codes and ordinances and interpretations of various related court rulings:
- Business Entity Types
- Licensing of Construction and Design Professionals
- Public Works Bidding
- Public Works Payment Remedies
- The Mechanic’s Lien in Nevada
- Private Works Payment Remedies
- Residential Construction
- Construction Lending
- Nevada Occupational Safety and Health
- Doing Business with Disadvantaged Enterprises
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
“Our goal in preparing this book was to provide a one-stop, easy-to-access reference guide for any company or individual working in or providing services to the construction industry in Nevada,” said Pezzillo.
Published by ConstructionChannel.net and HLK Global Communications, the book is available at www.constructionchannel.net
for $148 plus $7.45 shipping and handling.
About Howard & Howard
Founded in 1869, Howard & Howard is a full-service law firm with a national and international practice that provides legal services to businesses and business owners. The firm has offices in Michigan (Ann Arbor and Royal Oak); Illinois (Chicago and Peoria); Las Vegas, Nevada; and Los Angeles, California. Howard & Howard’s major areas of practice include: bankruptcy and creditors’ rights; business and corporate; commercial litigation; employee benefits; environmental; estate planning; franchising; intellectual property; labor, employment and immigration; mergers and acquisitions; real estate; securities; and tax. Our distinguished backgrounds provide us with a solid understanding of the industries we serve, including, automotive and industrial; cannabis; commodity futures; construction; energy and utilities; financial services; gaming; healthcare; and hospitality. For more information, please visit the firm’s website at www.howardandhoward.com.