Pisanelli Bice was named in Vegas Inc.’s “Legal notes: Local award winners, Aug. 12, 2019″, highlighting a number of their top attorneys for locally won awards.
LAS VEGAS – James J. Pisanelli and Todd L. Bice, founding partners of Pisanelli Bice PLLC, announced today that five attorneys from the firm were recognized on the list of Legal Elite 2018 by Nevada Business Magazine. The 11th annual list highlights the state’s most outstanding attorneys voted on by their peers.
James (Jim) Pisanelli was among select attorneys honored on the Legal Elite list of Southern Nevada’s Top Attorneys, along with Attorneys Dustun Holmes, Magali Mercera, Kirill Mikhaylov and Robert Ryan. Ms. Mercera also was recognized as one of the Best Up and Coming attorneys. This is the second notable recognition for Mercera who, earlier this year, was named one of 2018’s Women to Watch by Vegas Inc. magazine.
Legal Elite is an annual list honoring exceptional attorneys in Nevada. Lawyers are selected for Legal Elite based on peer nominations, and ranked according to where votes originated. This year’s Legal Elite polling included nearly 6,000 nominations. The attorneys featured on Legal Elite 2018 garnered the top voting scores throughout the state.
While there are currently 8,962 attorneys in the state, only 3 percent were featured on this year’s Legal Elite list for Nevada, and only 54 attorneys were included on the Best Up and Coming list. For more information about Legal Elite or Nevada Business Magazine, go to https://www.nevadabusiness.com.
Pisanelli Bice’s M. Magali Mercera was named in Vegas, Inc.‘s 11th Annual: Women to Watch”, which recognizes women whom they believe are going to make a difference in the coming months.
The following attorneys from Pisanelli Bice were named in Nevada Business’s “Legal Elite 2017: Nevada’s Top Attorneys”.
– Todd Bice
– Dustun H. Holmes
– M. Magali Mercera
– Robert Ryan
– Debra Spinelli
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Caesars Entertainment Operating Co.’s plan to offer chartered flights to its casinos has flown off course and into a multimillion-dollar legal storm.
Charter operator Aerodynamics Inc. of Michigan filed a $12 million lawsuit in July accusing Caesars, a former executive of a Caesars subsidiary and a charter competitor of stealing trade secrets and breaching a three-year contract worth $85 million.
On Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Jennifer Dorsey of Nevada granted Aerodynamics and its parent company, ADI Holdings of Georgia, a partial preliminary injunction in the case, saying the business “is likely to succeed on the merits of its breach of contract and misappropriation claims” and that it could suffer “irreparable harm” without the injunction.
The injunction was “a significant and extraordinary remedy” chosen before any discovery in the case, said ADI’s attorney, Dana Hobart, of the Los Angeles law firm of Hobart Linzer. That means the order was based solely on the merits of ADI’s claims.
The order prohibits the acquisition, use or disclosure of any of ADI’s proprietary information. It applies to former Caesars executive Steven Markhoff; his current business, International Management Solutions; charter-service providers Via Air and Via Airlines; and Via Air Chairman Amos Vizer.