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
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We are pleased to officially announce that the Morris Law Center Podcast is now live and ready to download on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. If you’re interested in fresh insight into the world of law, business, and the current events that impact your life the most, this is a must subscribe podcast. And […]April 23, 2019
Unwritten Litigation Rules: Three Day Notice of Intent to Take Default
The Three Day Notice of Intent to Take Default (“3DN”) is commonly used in Nevada, particularly in the Eighth Judicial District, to notify an opposing attorney that a default will be entered if they do not immediately respond to a lawsuit. However, it can not be found anywhere in the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure, […]March 24, 2019