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Nevada Employee Leasing Case Law

Please find, below, selected case laws decided by Supreme Court of Nevada or Court of Appeals of Nevada where the terms employee leasing has been mentioned. You are not to rely on these cases as legal advice nor should you rely on them for accuracy. Please see Terms of Service.

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Wood v. Safeway - 10/20/2005
Jane Doe, a mentally handicapped female, was working for Safeway Stores, Inc., when she was sexually assaulted by Emilio Ronquillo-Nino, who was employed by a company that provided janitorial services at the Safeway where Doe worked....

Nevada Service Employees Union/SEIU Local 1107 v. Orr - 9/29/2005
In this appeal, we consider whether an employer and a union can be held liable for willfully interfering with an employee's rights under a collective bargaining agreement when through inaction they failed to provide the employee with...

Waid v. Eighth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada - 9/22/2005
This original petition for a writ of mandamus challenges a district court order disqualifying petitioner Noel Gage and his firm, petitioner Gage & Gage, LLP, from representing petitioners Frederick Waid and M. Nafees Nagy,...

Amazon.Com v. Magee - 9/22/2005
In this appeal, we consider whether an employee who is treated for injuries sustained on the job is considered temporarily totally disabled or temporarily partially disabled when she is able to return to work on a part-time basis. We...

City Plan Development - 8/11/2005
In this appeal, we examine the parameters of the Labor Commissioner's authority to conduct hearings, render decisions and assess penalties involving prevailing wage issues under Nevada labor law. We conclude that, under the...

Weiner v. Beatty - 8/8/2005
In this appeal, we consider whether a public-employee union member has an independent claim for legal malpractice against an attorney provided by his union. We conclude that state labor law should be interpreted consistently with...

Day v. Washoe County School District - 7/28/2005
In this appeal, we consider the scope of the Nevada Industrial Insurance Act's provision for claim reopening, NRS 616C.390. This statute allows the reopening of closed workers' compensation claims when the original injury is the...

MGM Mirage v. Cotton - 7/28/2005
In this appeal, we consider whether an employee, who suffers an injury connected to the work environment and on the employer's premises while arriving to or departing from work, is eligible for workers' compensation benefits....

Williams v. Williams - 9/13/2004
This is a case of first impression involving the application of the putative spouse doctrine in an annulment proceeding. Under the doctrine, an individual whose marriage is void due to a prior legal impediment is treated as a spouse...

Desert Valley Construction and Employers Insurance Co. of Nevada v. Hurley - 9/2/2004
Desert Valley Construction and Employers Insurance Company of Nevada (EICN) appeal from an order denying their petition for judicial review of a workers' compensation award in favor of respondent Keith Hurley. We affirm. ...

Ayala v. Caesars Palace - 6/26/2003
At issue in this appeal is whether respondents properly adjusted appellant's workers' compensation temporary total disability benefits downward based upon a recalculation of her pre-injury income. While we conclude that an adjustment...

Palmer v. Pioneer Inn Associates - 12/27/2002
In this matter, we are asked by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to answer two certified questions: 1. In applying Supreme Court Rule 182 to an employee of a represented corporation, does Nevada apply...

State - 3/13/2002
This writ petition arises from a wrongful termination case against the Attorney General's office by a former investigator, Mike Anzalone. Anzalone's complaint alleges various causes of action arising from his termination, including,...

Silvera v. Employers Insurance Company of Nevada - 2/15/2002
Employers Insurance Company of Nevada ("EICON") is the primary provider of workers' compensation insurance to Nevada employers. Under NRS 616C.215(5), when an employee is injured on the job, EICON is subrogated to the employee's...

In re Discipline of Oheb - 2/5/2002
ORDER OF TEMPORARY SUSPENSION Bar counsel for the State Bar of Nevada has petitioned this court to enter an order temporarily suspending attorney Tamir Oheb from the practice of law under SCR 111. The petition is documented with...

McClanahan v. Raley's Inc. - 11/21/2001
This case arises out of a contested workers' compensation claim. The question presented on appeal is whether the district court improperly reweighed the evidence and substituted its judgment for that of the administrative appeals...

Hays Home Delivery - 9/12/2001
At issue in this appeal is whether respondent Everett Green, an owner-operator of a local trucking company, is a statutory employee of appellant Hays Home Delivery, Inc., under Nevada's Industrial Insurance Act (NIIA). If we...

Harris v. Rio Hotel & Casino - 6/21/2001
The Nevada Industrial Insurance Act ("NIIA" or "the Act") provides exclusive remedies for Nevada workers injured by accidents arising out of and in the course of employment. The Act generally immunizes employers, who must procure...

Clark v. Columbia/Hca Information Services - 6/21/2001
Appeal from a district court order granting respondents' motions for summary judgment and dismissal in an action alleging the wrongful revocation of a physician's staff privileges. Second Judicial District Court, Washoe County; Peter...

Tarango v. State Industrial Insurance Co. - 6/13/2001
This appeal is from an order of the district court denying a petition for judicial review. Appellant Angel Tarango is an undocumented worker who was injured during the course of his employment with a Nevada employer. Although Tarango...

Conway v. Circus Circus Casinos - 9/15/2000
The question in this case is whether the claims contained in the appellants' second amended complaint were properly dismissed by the district court. To answer this question, we are called upon to decide whether the exclusive remedy...

Las Vegas Housing Authority v. Root - 8/30/2000
At issue in this case is which of two successive employers is liable for workers' compensation benefits when an employee sustains a later industrial injury that aggravates an earlier industrial injury. An administrative appeals...

Nunez v. City of North Las Vegas - 6/9/2000
As amended June 30, 2000. GEORGIA NUNEZ, APPELLANT, V. CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, RESPONDENT Lee Elizabeth McMahon, Las Vegas, for Appellant. Richard Maurer, City Attorney, North Las Vegas, for...

Cone v. Nevada Service Employees Union/Seiu Local 1107 - 5/4/2000
SUMMARY This case presents an issue that we have not previously considered: whether it is an unfair labor practice for a union to charge nonunion members within its bargaining unit fees for individual representation in...

The State Industrial Insurance System v. Perez - 3/9/2000
FACTS On August 19, 1995, respondent Aurelio Perez injured his back in the course and scope of his employment as a laborer with Forrest Concrete Company. Perez accepted a lump sum Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) award of...

In re Galvez - 12/13/1999
SUMMARY The sole issue presented to this court is whether an independent contractor's real estate commission is exempt under NRS 21.090(1)(g) in a bankruptcy proceeding. With regard to this issue, we certify to the United...

Advanced Countertop Design - 9/23/1999
This original petition for a writ of mandamus or prohibition challenges the district court's refusal to dismiss an intentional tort claim against petitioner. By order entered February 4, 1999, we stayed the underlying proceedings and...

State of Nevada Department of Employment v. Reliable Health Care Services of Southern Nevada - 8/27/1999
SUMMARY Whether temporary health care workers are covered employees within the purview of the unemployment compensation statutes is an issue of first impression. This issue arose after Mary Bolin ("Bolin"), a temporary health...

Sahara Gaming Corp. v. Culinary Workers Union Local 226 - 8/27/1999
As amended September 15, 1999. SAHARA GAMING CORPORATION, A NEVADA CORPORATION, AND SAHARA MISSION VALLEY, INC., A NEVADA CORPORATION, APPELLANTS, v. CULINARY WORKERS UNION LOCAL 226, AFFILIATED WITH HOTEL EMPLOYEES AND...

Mauer v. Employers Insurance Company of Nevada - 8/26/1999
This appeal asks us to decide whether a self-inflicted workplace injury resulting from an employee's impulsive, angry act is compensable under Nevada's workers' compensation law. We conclude it is not. The facts are not...

Allum v. Valley Bank of Nevada - 12/30/1998
Robert L. Allum was a loan officer for Valley Mortgage Company ("VMC"). He alleges that Valley Bank of Nevada ("Valley") created VMC, "for the purpose of transferring funds from the regulated bank to the unsupervised exempted...

Hayes v. State Industrial Insurance System - 12/30/1998
The district court granted judicial review and reversed the decision of an administrative appeals officer who granted appellant Edna Hayes' industrial compensation claim. Ms. Hayes sought treatment of her right knee for pain and...

State Industrial Insurance System v. Engel - 12/30/1998
Respondent Mark Engel ("Engel") injured his lower back in the course of his employment. The severity of the injury prevented his return to work in his previous job capacity. Because his employer could not accommodate his limitations,...

Washoe County School District v. Bowen - 9/2/1998
Peggy Bowen ("Bowen") is a school teacher employed by the Washoe County School District ("School District") . The School District utilizes a standard contract requiring 183 days of service in return for a salary annualized over...

Hardy & Hardy v. Wills - 5/19/1998
Appeal from an order of the district court declarIng respondent Wills' savings account funds exempt from execution and ordering appellant to return garnished funds. Eighth Judicial District Court, Clark County; Jeffrey D. Sobel, Judge....

Gallagher v. City of Las Vegas - 5/19/1998
Appeal from an order of the district court affirming the denial of occupational disease benefits to appellant Gallagher, a retired firefighter with heart disease (Docket No. 29354) Appeal from an order of the district court affirming...

Sahara Hotel & Casino v. Holden - 2/26/1998
In this workers' compensation case, Patricia Holden developed a debilitating condition in her left hand as a result of her employment at the Sahara Hotel and Casino ("the Sahara"). Ms. Holden also suffered from a number of other...

Langman v. Nevada Administrators Inc. - 2/26/1998
Affirmed. FACTS On May 13, 1988, appellant injured his lower back in the course and scope of his employment at the Horseshoe Hotel and Casino ("Horseshoe"). He underwent surgery for posterior lumbar interbody fusion, total...

Bally's Grand Hotel & Casino v. Reeves - 11/26/1997
The subject matter of this case is the denial of respondent Susan Reeves' claim for industrial insurance benefits. At every administrative level, Ms. Reeves was denied benefits on the ground that she did not comply with the formal...

Whitehead v. Comm'n on Jud. Discipline - 12/15/1995
Per Curiam: The following opinion and judgment of the court constitutes an unprecedented but necessary response to a certain document filed by the dissenting justice and two disqualified justices in one of the court's administrative...

Southwest Gas v. Vargas - 8/24/1995
Per Curiam: This is an appeal from a jury verdict awarding respondent Faustos Vargas $365,236.00 in damages for breach of an implied contract of continuing employment by appellant Southwest Gas Corporation (Southwest). After...

Bigelow v. Bullard - 8/24/1995
By the Court, Springer, J.: In this appeal we are called upon to resolve three separate issues. The first issue is whether respondents Michael Bullard and Ricky Hammer, employees of appellant-defendant Bigelow Holding Company have made...

Yeager v. Harrah's Club - 6/27/1995
By the Court, Rose, J.: This action commenced in the district court after appellant Charles Yeager (Yeager) was terminated from his employment by respondent Harrah's Club (Harrah's). The district court granted summary judgment in favor...

- 5/25/1995
Per Curium: Appellant Leonard S. Shoen (Shoen) entered into an employment contract with respondent Amerco, Inc. (Amerco), of which Shoen was the founder. The contract provided Shoen with employment for seven years, and an option to...

PETA v. Bobby Berosini - 5/22/1995
ON REHEARING On April 14, 1995, this court granted rehearing in the above matter on the basis that an appearance of impropriety might exist with regard to one of the members of the panel which issued our prior opinion, dated...

AT&T;Technologies - 6/22/1993
Per Curiam: On October 14, 1980, respondent Richard Reid was injured during the course of his work. At the time he was employed by Western Electric Company, the predecessor of appellant AT&T;Technologies, Inc. (“AT&T;€)....

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