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State's Statutory Damages Cap Doesn't Require Assertion

Friday, January 04, 2008 02:12 pm

State's Statutory Damages Cap Doesn't Require Assertion

The Supreme Court of Nevada ruled that a statute capping tort damages against state entities applies even if a state defendant hasn't asserted this statutory cap in its defense. It also held that the cap applies once for an entire cause of action and is not multiplied by the number of instances a wrong has been found to occur.

Following litigation stemming from construction work to improve Nevada school district food [...]

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