Black & LoBello In The News: In Print and On Television

Medical Marijuana Rights and Responsibilities in the Workplace

Martina Jaccarino and Karen Canton of Kearcher Insurance discuss the impact that medical marijuana is having on the Workers Compensation area of the law, including coverage for the medication, as coverage for employees who test ‘positive’ for marijuana.” 

Reconciling Bankruptcy And Divorce – Before, During Or After?

Michelle LoBello Article

Attorney Michelle LoBello answers questions regarding reconciling bankruptcy and divorce.

Nevada Attorney General Asks Lenders to Temporarily Halt Foreclosures


As politicians complain about potentially massive mortgage fraud around the country, a top state official is calling on all residential lenders to halt foreclosures in Nevada.

Workers Compensation and Medical Marijuana

Martina Jaccarino, General of Counsel discusses the inter-related issues worker’s compensation insurers face dealing with medical marijuana.

Where Clients are More Than Just a Number

Andras Babero, Kevin Hernandez Article

Attorneys Andras Babero & Kevin Hernandez discuss how Black & LoBello delivers big firm representation with small firm efficiency and personalization.

BofA Unit Ordered to Halt Foreclosures


Nye County district judge has ordered ReconTrust Co., a unit of Bank of America Corp., to stop most of its foreclosures in Nevada, based on allegations made by a Pahrump woman.

Nevada Attorney General Sues BofA Over Trade Practices


Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto on Friday said her office filed a lawsuit against Bank of America, seeking a court order to stop the giant bank from continuing to use deceptive trade practices against homeowners.


Judge Halts Capping Super Priority Foreclosure Liens


District Court Judge Susan Johnson on Thursday issued a temporary restraining order against enforcement of a state regulatory advisory opinion that caps the amount collection agencies may charge under “super priority” liens against homes in foreclosure.

Alimony Modifications: Swift Action Is Recommended


Attorney Michele LoBello outlines alimony modifications in this article from Attorney At Law magazine.


Homeowner Gets Foreclosure Reprive


Tisha Black Chernine, Esq., talks to the paper regarding the breakdown of communication between mortgage specialists and within banks’ mortgage departments.

Mediation Plan Blamed for Delays


Tisha Black-Chernine, Esq., says that mediation doesn’t slow the foreclosure process unless the lender is found to be mediating in bad faith.

Chapter 7 Not Final Chapter


Black & LoBello provides bankruptcy services to people struggling in the real estate financial crisis.

Coldwell Banker Program Similar to Federal Tax Credit

coldwell banker program article

A federal homebuyer tax credit is set to expire June 30, but a Las Vegas real estate brokerage is participating in a program designed to mimic its effect.

Jon Ralston talks with Tisha Black, Esq., on channel 3's Face to Face

Watch the Face to Face episode in which Tisha Black Chernine, Esq. speaks about strategic default and deficiency judgments.

Prudential Americana features Tisha Black Chernine, Esq

Prudential Americana hosts Black & LoBello’s managing partner, Tisha Black Chernine as a legal expert on the housing market in Las Vegas.