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Las Vegas business attorney appears on Vegas Legal Magazine Podcast

Updated: Dec 1, 2020

Tim O’Reilly, Las Vegas business attorney and president of O’Reilly Law Group, makes a special guest appearance on the Vegas Legal Magazine Podcast, hosted by Mark Fierro and Tyler Morgan, the publisher of Vegas Legal Magazine. Tim was joined by Lexicon Bank CEO John Miller on the podcast. Lexicon Bank is the first community bank to form in Nevada in more than 10 years, and Tim serves on the board of directors. In this podcast video, Tim discusses his role with Lexicon as well as O'Reilly Law Group's experience in a wide range of disciplines, including business law, real estate law, gaming law, litigation, tax and estate planning, and probate law.

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