Nevada Courts Have Jurisdiction Over Nevada Corporate Officers & Directors

Recently, the Nevada Supreme Court, in Consipio Holding, BV, et al. v. Carlberg, 128 Nev. Adv. Op. 43 (August 9, 2012), held that corporate officers and directors of Nevada corporations can be subject to jurisdiction in the State of Nevada – even if they have never visited the State of Nevada or done any business […]

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Nevadas Treatment of Covenants Not to Compete

Covenants not to compete, sometimes called non-compete clauses, are “contractual provisions where the parties agree not to compete with each other for a certain time period in a particular geographic location.” 2 Mark A. Rothstein, Employment Law, Sec. 8.1 (3rd Ed. 2004). Treatment of covenants not to compete is purely a state issue. Most states […]

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Changes To Nevada Law Regarding Foreclosures And Deficiencies

ASSIGNMENTS Nevada Revised Statutes 106.210 through 205.395, set forth the revisions to those Nevada statutes which were effected via AB 284. Lenders need to be aware of the first sentence found in NRS 106.210, which now includes the following requirement: “If the beneficial interest under a deed of trust has been assigned, the trustee under […]

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