Tag Archives: Prejudice

Nevada Adopts Notice-Prejudice Rule; Buffets Still Overpriced

Something else just got buried in the desert.  In early August, the Nevada Supreme Court adopted the notice-prejudice rule in Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept. v. Coregis.  The court had previously ruled that a late-notice defense did not require the … Continue reading

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The “re” part of “reinsurance” is kind of important

This one caught my eye because it’s a novel argument.  Also, a lot of the underlying case happened in Texas, and since I’m originally from Texas (and also a Texas lawyer), I had to share it.  But more enough about … Continue reading

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