Enforcement Of Non-Competition Agreements Through Injunctive Relief In Nevada

In the recent case of Shores v. Global Experience Specialists, Inc. (134 Nev. Adv. Op. 61), the Supreme Court of Nevada determined that the trial court improperly granted a preliminary injunction to enforce a non-compete agreement that was arguably unreasonable as to its geographic scope. Employee Landon Shores worked as a sales associate for Global 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…

Res Ipsa Loquitur In Nevada Medical Malpractice Actions

As background, in 2002 Nevada was dealing with a significant medical malpractice insurance crisis in which doctors were leaving the state due to ever-increasing malpractice premiums. In an effort to deter frivolous medical malpractice litigation and stabilize insurance premiums, the Nevada legislature enacted NRS 41A.071. This statute requires a trial court to dismiss a medical Read More…