The Nevada Supreme Court—just barely—holds gaming properties have a free hand to evict anybody so long as they don’t discriminate. See Slade v. Caesars Entertainment, 132 Nev.___ , 373 P.3d 74 (2016).
The Ninth Circuit asks the Nevada Supreme Court: Are there Extra-contractual Damages for Breach of the Duty to Defend?
Two Nevada federal decisions are at loggerheads over whether an insurer must pay extra-contractual damages when it wrongly denies a defense. The answer to that question, currently being addressed by the court, could mean millions.