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Who is who? Michael Cane or Kyleen Cane or Both?

Kyleen E. Cane, J.D., LL.M.
Kyleen Elisabeth Cane received her B.A. degree in Economics from
the University of California, Irvine in 1975, her Juris Doctorate (JD)
from the University of Southern California School in 1978, where she
was Order of the Coif, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude, Dean’s
Honor List, Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities,
Recipient of Three University of Southern California Scholarships, The
American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law and member of
the University of Southern California Law Review. She is a licensed
Member of the State Bars of Nevada, Hawaii, Washington and
California, a member of the U.S. Tax Court and maintains Real Estate
Broker licenses in Nevada, California and HawaiL During the past
thirty years, Ms. Cane has been a clerk for Justice Robert Thompson
on the California Court of Appeals (District 2, Division 1), an associate
with the law firm of Goodsill Anderson and Quinn in Hawaii, a Partner
with the Newport Beach Law firm of Wellman and Cane, an Associate
Professor of Business Law at the University of Hawaii, Chairman of
the Department of Financial Economics and Institutions at the
University of Hawaii, College of Business, a Visiting Professor of Law
at Whittier College School of Law and a Professor of Law at Western
State University School of Law, a partner in the law firm of Cane and
Company in Las Vegas, Nevada, and has published articles on a
broad range of legal topics, including Corporate Take-overs, Tax
Sheltered Investments, The Tax and Economic Benefits Of Structured
Personal Injury Settlements, Equity And Forfeitures In Contracts For
The Sale Of Land, Default Under An Agreement Of Sale, The Flat Tax
System, and Restrictive Practices In Accreditation Of Medical
Schools. She is also the author of four books (Divorce, Taxes,
Bankruptcy and Estate Planning) in the Five Minute Lawyer’s Guide
books series first published by Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing
Group in May of 1995 (now out of print). From 2000-2003, Ms. Cane
was CEO and President of Legal Access Technologies, a public
reporting company. Ms. Cane practices primarily in the areas of
Corporate and Securities Law.

Kyleen E. Cane, J.D., LL.M.
Kyleen Elisabeth Cane received her B.A. degree in Economics from
the University of California, Irvine in 1975, her Juris Doctorate (JD)
from the University of Southern California School in 1978, where she
was Order of the Coif, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude, Dean’s
Honor List, Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities,
Recipient of Three University of Southern California Scholarships, The
American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law and member of
the University of Southern California Law Review. She is a licensed
Member of the State Bars of Nevada, Hawaii, Washington and
California, a member of the U.S. Tax Court and maintains Real Estate
Broker licenses in Nevada, California and HawaiL During the past
thirty years, Ms. Cane has been a clerk for Justice Robert Thompson
on the California Court of Appeals (District 2, Division 1), an associate
with the law firm of Goodsill Anderson and Quinn in Hawaii, a Partner
with the Newport Beach Law firm of Wellman and Cane, an Associate
Professor of Business Law at the University of Hawaii, Chairman of
the Department of Financial Economics and Institutions at the
University of Hawaii, College of Business, a Visiting Professor of Law
at Whittier College School of Law and a Professor of Law at Western
State University School of Law, a partner in the law firm of Cane and
Company in Las Vegas, Nevada, and has published articles on a
broad range of legal topics, including Corporate Take-overs, Tax
Sheltered Investments, The Tax and Economic Benefits Of Structured
Personal Injury Settlements, Equity And Forfeitures In Contracts For
The Sale Of Land, Default Under An Agreement Of Sale, The Flat Tax
System, and Restrictive Practices In Accreditation Of Medical
Schools. She is also the author of four books (Divorce, Taxes,
Bankruptcy and Estate Planning) in the Five Minute Lawyer’s Guide
books series first published by Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing
Group in May of 1995 (now out of print). From 2000-2003, Ms. Cane
was CEO and President of Legal Access Technologies, a public
reporting company. Ms. Cane practices primarily in the areas of
Corporate and Securities Law.

Michael Cane Director
Michael Cane. Mr. Cane became a director of Las Vegas Gaming on
July 5, 2001.From May of 1989 to June of 2001, Mr. Cane was the
President and Chief Executive Officer of Tele-Lawyer, Inc., a Nevada
Corporation that was acquired in an exchange agreement with Legal
Access Technologies, Inc., a publicly reporting company,
headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. At that time, Mr. Cane became
the Chairman of the Board and CEO of Legal Access Technologies
and continues to act in that capacity. Mr. Cane also maintains a law
practice limited to Securities Law in Las Vegas, Nevada with six other
attorneys, under the name Cane & Company, LLC.Mr. Cane attended
the University of California, Irvine where he graduated top in his class
and received a B.A. degree in Economics (June 1975).He then went
on to receive his Jurist Doctor degree from the UniverSity of Southern
California School Of Law in May of 1978, also receiving high honors.
Among these honors were Order of the Coif, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa
Cum Laude, Dean’s Honor List, Who’s Who in American Colleges and
Universities, Recipient of Three University of Southern California
Scholarships, The American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional
Law and member of the University of Southern California Law Review.
He is a licensed member of the Nevada, Washington, California and
Hawaii State Bars, the U.S. Tax Court and maintains Real Estate
Broker licenses in Nevada, California and Hawaii. During the past
three decades, Mr. Cane has been a Partner with the Newport Beach
Law firm of Wellman and Cane, an Associate Professor of Business
Law at the University of Hawaii, Chairman of the Department of
Financial Economics and Institutions at the University of Hawaii,
College of Business, a Professor of law at Whittier Col/ege School of
Law and Western State University School of Law and has published
articles on a broad range of legal topics, including Corporate
Takeovers, Tax Sheltered Investments, The Tax and Economic
Benefits Of Structured Personal Injury Settlements, Equity And
Forfeitures In Contracts For The Sale Of Land, Default Under An
Agreement Of Sale, The Flat Tax System, and Restrictive Practices In
Accreditation Of Medical Schools. He is also the author of four books
(Divorce, Taxes, Bankruptcy and Estate Planning) in the Five Minute
Lawyer books series published by Dell in May of 1995.

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