Why should any United States citizen be deprived of the ability to work any where in the Union? Our founding fathers asked the same question and made such state laws unconstitutional.
My friend, public adjuster Ron Reitz, found himself unable to practice his adjusting trade in Nevada. He stood up to the Nevada residency law, and the wrongful law lost. Good for him.
In Reitz v. Kipper, the trial court held that the residency requirement for public adjusters in the Nevada licensing statute is unconstitutional.
Nevada was the sole remaining state that had a residency requirement. This is a major victory for the public adjusting profession.
Ron Reitz should be congratulated for his determination and patience in bringing this litigation. His very fine attorney did great work in this matter.