Nevada Appellate Courts Advance Opinions for December 26, 2017
- What weight should a court afford to one parent’s objection to a child receiving a religious education.
- Can a payday loan licensee sue to collect on the recovery of a loan made for the purpose of refinancing prior loans under NRS 604A.480(2).
- Does the exception to immunity for intentional torts and bad-faith conduct survive the Supreme Court of Nevada’s adoption of the federal discretionary-function immunity test.
- Is the Franchise Tax Board of the State of California (FTB) entitled to the $50,000 statutory cap on damages a similarly situated Nevada agency would be entitled to in similar circumstances.
- Is it reasonable to provide FTB with the same protection of California law, to the extent that it does not conflict with Nevada law, to grant FTB immunity from punitive damages.