Minor’s Compromise – Do You Really Need One In Nevada Or Can I Skip It?

Nevada Revised Statute 41.200 addresses minor’s compromises.  This statute applies to unemancipated minors who have a disputed claim for money against a third person.  NRS 41.200 (2) provides the general requirements that must be included in the Petition for a Minor’s Compromise.  If the claim involves personal injuries, then NRS 41.200 (3) includes additional items Read More…

Section 998 Offers In Post “Me Too” Employment Litigation

In response to the “Me Too” movement, originally a viral social media campaign to raise awareness of sexual harassment and sexual assault (particularly in the workplace), new California laws provide plaintiffs in FEHA claims fewer hurdles to recover damages.  In particular, Government Code section 12965(b) could drastically change employment defense strategy with regard to Code Read More…