A new Nevada law that becomes effective on October 1, 2021 requires translated documents to be provided to consumers by businesses that advertise and negotiate transactions covered by the law in a language other than English (or allow their agents or employees to advertise and negotiate in a language other than English).  A knowing violation

A bill (AB 298) currently awaiting the signature of the Nevada Governor would impose new limits on the terms of consumer vehicle leases and require new disclosures.

Currently, Nevada law on vehicle leasing (NRS Chapter 100) only applies to vehicle leases for business or commercial purposes.  The bill would amend Chapter 100 to

A federal District Court judge in Nevada has dismissed a case filed by several trade associations against the Commissioner of the Financial Institutions Division (“FID”) of the Nevada Department of Business and Industry and the Nevada Attorney General. The case was brought in response to a 2019 amendment (SB 311) that changed Nevada law to

We recently provided an update in a case we’ve been following involving a lawsuit challenging a Nevada statute, SB 311, that allows an applicant for credit with no credit history to request that a creditor treat an applicant’s credit history as identical to that of the applicant’s spouse during the marriage.

Since our last blog

On March 13, following the declaration of a state of emergency by Nevada Governor Sisolak due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the state’s Department of Business and Industry (DBI) issued guidance that allowed collection agency employees to work from their residences even if a residence was not a location licensed with the DBI.  However, on March

The three trade groups challenging an amendment to Nevada law that allows an applicant for credit with no credit history to request that the creditor deem the applicant’s credit history to be identical to that of the applicant’s spouse during the marriage have responded to the motion to dismiss their lawsuit filed by the Commissioner

The Commissioner of the Financial Institutions Division (FID) of the Nevada Department of Business and Industry and the Nevada Attorney General have filed opposition to the preliminary injunction motion filed by three trade groups in their lawsuit challenging an amendment to Nevada law that allows an applicant for credit with no credit history to request

The Commissioner of the Financial Institutions Division of the Nevada Department of Business and Industry and the Nevada Attorney General have filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed last month in Nevada federal court by three trade groups challenging an amendment to Nevada law that allows an applicant for credit with no credit history

On October 1, three trade groups filed a lawsuit in Nevada federal court challenging an amendment to Nevada law that allows an applicant for credit with no credit history to request that the creditor deem the applicant’s credit history to be identical to that of the applicant’s spouse during the marriage.  The amendment is contained