Nevada Adopts Common Interest Rule As Exception To Waiver Of Work-Product Privilege

In Cotter v. Eighth Judicial Dist. Court of Nev., 416 P.3d 228, the Nevada Supreme Court addressed whether a party waives the work-product privilege if work product is provided to a third-party. The Court’s examination of the facts in the case led to the adoption of the Common Interest Rule allowing attorneys to share their work Read More…

Supreme Court Upholds Enforceability Of Individualized Arbitration Agreements In Employment Contracts

Employers sometimes require their employees to enter into employment contracts requiring employment disputes between the parties to be resolved through individualized arbitration proceedings.  Such agreements include a waiver of the employee’s right to participate in class action employment lawsuits.  Until recently, the enforceability of individualized arbitration agreements was questionable following a controversial ruling by the Read More…

Eligibility For Unemployment Compensation Benefits In A “Resign Or Be Fired” Scenario In Nevada

Section 612.380 of the Nevada Revised Statutes generally provides that an individual is ineligible to receive unemployment compensation benefits where the person has voluntarily left his or her employment. On May 3, 2018, in the case of Dolores v. State, Dep’t of Employment Sec. Div., the Supreme Court of Nevada determined that an employee’s resignation, Read More…