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How Briscoe Law Group Can Help YOU get your Contractor’s License

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Nevada Contractor licensing requirements are far more disciplined than new applicants and parties from other states expect; for example, solar contractors, and water conditioning distributors have different minimum licensing requirements than electrical or plumbing professionals must have. Attaching a cell tower to an existing building requires an A25 license, andRead More…

Shemilly Briscoe Named to Nevada Business Magazine’s 2015 Legal Elite List

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In the June 2015 issue of Southern Nevada Business Magazine, Shemilly Briscoe is included on their “Legal Elite” list.  She is one of 80 UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law alums to be named to the list.  The list itself includes only 4% of attorneys in Nevada and isRead More…

Bankruptcy Creates Complications with Contractor Licensing

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By Shemilly Briscoe Decision to file Bankruptcy laws exist to assist business owners, including Nevada contractors, with reorganization. When contractors encounter financial problems, the typical course of action is to consult a business or bankruptcy attorney and a CPA regarding the best plan to preserve the assets or to moveRead More…

October 2014 Desert Companion Magazine Features Shemilly Briscoe, Esq. on “2014 Top Lawyers” List

The October 2014 issue of Desert Companion Magazine featured a 2014 Top Southern Nevada Attorneys in various fields and focuses of practice. Shemilly Briscoe, Esq. of Briscoe Law Group was included as a “Top Lawyer” in the field of Licensing. See the digital issue here and the online listing here.

June 2014 Nevada Business Magazine Lists Shemilly Briscoe, Esq. on “Top Southern Nevada Attorneys” List

Thank you to Nevada Business Magazine for recognizing Shemilly A. Briscoe, Esq. as a “Top Southern Nevada Attorney” in the June 2014 issue of the magazine.  You can view the full issue here and the full list here.

Shemilly Briscoe Named To Top Lawyer List in KNPR’s October 2013 Issue of Desert Companion Magazine

Shemilly Briscoe is included as a “top lawyer” in the area of Litigation in the October 2013 Issue of KNPR’s Desert Companion Magazine!  Thank you to UNLV’s Law Blog for highlighting her inclusion and to KNPR for the feature.  In case the article causes any confusion, though the listing includesRead More…

Shemilly Briscoe: Attorney At Law Magazine’s Solo Practitioner of the Month

Though you may be seeing the Greater Las Vegas Attorney at Law Magazine (Volume 2 Issue 3) in your mailboxes shortly, the digital version is online now and it is exciting to be able to share that Shemilly Briscoe is their “Solo Practitioner of the Month.” Just follow this link and flipRead More…

Nevada Mechanics Lien Law (A Brief Overview)

by Shemilly A. Briscoe, Esq. This document gives a brief description of some central aspects of mechanic’s lien law. It is not meant to serve as a comprehensive overview of the numerous statutory and common law concerns and intricacies surrounding mechanic’s liens in Nevada and does not constitute legal advice.Read More…

About Shemilly A. Briscoe, Esq.

Shemilly A. Briscoe practices in the areas of construction litigation, commercial litigation, personal injury, contractor licensing and administrative matters with the Nevada State Contractor’s Board. She is an AV Rated Attorney who represents contractors, subcontractors, owners, developers, design professionals, and suppliers for mechanic’s lien remedies, mediations, arbitrations and administrative proceedings. In addition, Ms. BriscoeRead More…

Nevada Contractors Offered a Second Chance at Success

By Shemilly A. Briscoe, Esq. and Timothy J. Geswein, Esq. Reprinted from the Construction Law Section Newsletter, State Bar of Nevada (February 2010) The Board’s mission to protect Nevada’s public’s health, safety, and welfare is met with a wide range of regulatory and disciplinary tools.  Among these tools is the ability toRead More…

Contractors face increased risks because of today’s difficult economy. However, an attorney can assist greatly in evaluating and preserving a contractor’s ability to be paid for the work the contractor performs. -- Shemilly Briscoe, Esq.