Friday, April 8, 2016

More Money


  • Plaintiff in negligence suit against Lowe's says doctors told her she has forever lost her senses of taste and smell. [RJ]
  • The Nevada Policy Research Institute has updated transparentnevada.com with 2015 salaries for pubic employees. You can kill a few minutes looking at how much money county and state employees make. We suggest starting here with judges' salaries.  Before you go, who do you think is the highest paid judge in the state? [RJ]
  • After last week's excitement with their opposing party, Clark County Republicans meet tomorrow to try and make headlines of their own. [Las Vegas Sun]

13 comments:

  1. Funny thing about the salary of judges. Some make way more as a judge than they ever made in private practice.

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    1. And some make quite a bit less (even including State perks and benefits).

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    2. Spoken like a true judge.

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    3. Who would stalk Susan Bush? Have you seen those canines?

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  2. lol @ pubic employees

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    1. Unreal what these judges make, some of whom are ineptness embodied. You'd think for 200k a year they could read the pleadings prior to a hearing. Many of them seem devolved to reading from their bench briefs.

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    2. Why does it take weeks to get court minutes?

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  3. check out what city and county attorneys are making. Are these retirement pay outs or are they really making $400,000 a year? http://transparentnevada.com/salaries/search/?q=attorney&y=2015

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    1. Well, Josh Reid is Harry Reid's son and certainly isn't of retirement age.

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    2. Nor does he have any experience, demeanor or capability to qualify him for his current position. That never stopped anyone with the right relatives in Nevada

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  4. #StopCluelessJudgeShaming

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  5. few judges are worth what paid
    #overpaid

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  6. 6:40 AM. Agreed. If judges were not paid fairly, it would be even more difficult to attract talented lawyers to the bench.

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