RENO – Severin Carlson, a partner with Kaempfer Crowell, was quoted in a February 7, 2021, article of The Nevada Independent relating to water law.  The article discussed the Nevada Division of Water Resources’ recent decision not to pursue Senate Joint Resolution (SJR) 1 during the 2021 Session.  SJR 1 was an attempt to amend the Nevada Constitution so that all water law cases are heard by Nevada’s Court of Appeals.

The Nevada Independent:

As Sisolak administration abandons move to upend legal system for water rights cases, Supreme Court may study new specialty court

Sev regularly represents and advises clients concerning various water rights issues, including the appropriation of water rights for a variety of beneficial uses, the purchase and sale of water rights, related due diligence, regulatory matters before the Nevada Division of Water Resources, and before Nevada’s district courts and the Nevada Supreme Court. Sev represents a myriad of industries on water rights issues including developers, mining companies, and ranching operations.

With offices in Las Vegas, Reno and Carson City, Kaempfer Crowell is recognized as one of Nevada’s top law firms for Government Relations, Land Use & Zoning, Litigation, Gaming, Energy & Natural Resources, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Telecommunications, and Labor & Employment. The firm has more than 30 practicing attorneys, the majority of whom are native and long-term Nevadans. Kaempfer Crowell’s lawyers counsel top corporations, business owners and individuals. The firm’s attorneys are routinely rated among The Best Lawyers in America© and Chambers USA.