The Nevada Supreme Court recently published its decision in the Copper Sands HOA v. Flamingo 94 matter, a construction defect and fraud case regarding an apartment complex that was later converted to condos. The defendants prevailed before the trial court and the HOA appealed nine issues, eight of which were summarily dismissed. Significantly, the Court affirmed that the subcontractors were entitled to costs against the Plaintiff as an “adverse party,” even though the Plaintiff did not sue the subcontractors directly. This a great victory for LGC’s client, and sets an important precedent for subcontractors in future cases. For more information about the case, contact partner Shannon Splaine.