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When May The Highest Ranking Officer of a Corporation Be Required to Testify in a Deposition?

By Jerry Carter. From time to time, a party in Business Court litigation will seek to take the deposition of the other party’s highest ranking officer. The party seeking the deposition will insist that the highest ranking officer has relevant information. On the other hand, the highest ranking officer will suggest that he or she […]

Nevada Supreme Court States That Directly Harming a Nevada Corporation Subjects Nonresident Officers and Directors to Suit in Nevada

By Jerry Carter.  The Nevada Supreme Court handed down a significant opinion in Consipio Holding, BV v. Carlberg, 128 Nev. Adv. Op. No. 43 (Aug. 9, 2012) (“Consipio“), regarding the circumstances under which nonresident officers and directors of a Nevada corporation can be sued in Nevada for injuring the Nevada corporation.  The Nevada Supreme Court reaffirmed […]

Washoe County Business Court Exercises Personal Jurisdiction over a California Resident in a Dispute over Control of a Nevada Corporation

By Jerry Carter.  In an Order dated August 9, 2012, the Washoe County Business Court stated that it will decide a dispute regarding control of a Nevada corporation even though one of the parties to the dispute is a California resident.  Two primary factors influenced the Court’s decision.  First, the California resident is alleged to […]

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