There are many pathways to resolving legal disputes in Nevada other than litigating the matter in court. Some of those pathways, paradoxically, begin with one of the parties filing a lawsuit in court. Others are initiated by the parties without going to court. This article explores the various pathways to Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”), including arbitration and mediation and the rules governing them.
A frequent complaint about arbitration is that it is not as cost-effective as the parties hoped it would be. In fact, 69% of corporate counsel, outside counsel, arbitrators, and company executives surveyed believe arbitration fails at least half of the time to meet its goal of providing speed, efficiency, and economy. What makes arbitration costly? Many things, but this article will focus on discovery, motion practice, and multiple-arbitrator panels. (more…)
Preparing for Mediation (Produced by the American Bar Association, Section of Dispute Resolution)
Preparing for Family Mediation (Produced by the American Bar Association, Section of Dispute Resolution)
Preparing for Complex Civil Mediation (Produced by the American Bar Association, Section of Dispute Resolution)”
N.R.S. CHAPTER 78 – PRIVATE CORPORATIONS
NRS 78.010 Definitions; construction.
NRS 78.015 Applicability of chapter; effect on corporations existing before April 1, 1925.
NRS 78.020 Limitations on incorporation under chapter; compliance with other laws.