Department 7 of the Washoe County Business Court entered November 29, 2016 Order and December 2, 2016 Order enforcing Nevada’s Prompt Payment Act in favor of a Nevada drilling contractor that sought a $2.3 million change order due to unanticipated subsurface drilling...
By Jerry Carter. The Nevada Supreme Court recently decided a significant contract case against a general contractor that sought indemnity from its subcontractor. The case is United Rentals Highway Technologies, Inc. v. Wells Cargo, Inc., 128 Nev. Adv. Op. 59...
By Jerry Carter. The Nevada Supreme Court recently decided a significant contract case against a subcontractor who refused to sign the written subcontract agreement and failed to deliver any work that could be used by the general contractor. The case is Certified...
By Jerry Carter. In its recent opinion in Road and Highway Builders, LLC v. Northern Nevada Rebar, Inc., 128 Nev. Adv. Op. 36 (August 9, 2012), the Nevada Supreme Court attempted to elucidate the sometimes blurry line between breach of contract and fraudulent...
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