How much time do you have to file a civil appeal in Nevada?
By Timothy Wiseman When considering an appeal from a court’s decision in a civil lawsuit it is important to decide promptly because there is a limited time to file an appeal. How much time you have to appeal a decision is normally set by court rules and varies by which court you are appealing from. […]August 3, 2020
Can an Appeal Bond be Reclaimed via Bankruptcy?
If a supersedeas bond is posted and the appellant files bankruptcy while the appeal is pending it is most likely that either the (Nevada Supreme Court) NVSC will leave the bond in place or the bond will be properly claimed by the appellee. There is authority that a supsedeas bond is generally not an asset […]November 17, 2019
Litigation: NRCP 54(b) Certification of Partial Summary Judgement
NRCP 54(b) allows a Court to make some orders on a motion for summary judgment final while the rest of the case moves forward. A ruling on partial summary judgment is not final and will not compel action by any party unless it is given finality through NRCP 54(b) certification. See NRCP 54; Allis-Chalmers Corp. […]June 20, 2019