Cases to be assigned to the new Nevada Appeals Court

The new Nevada Court of Appeals commenced January 5, 2015.  Nevada Rules of Appealate Procedure identify certain civil cases  that will presumptively be assigned to the new court:

1.Appeals from a judgment of $250,000 or less in a tort action;

2.Appeals involving Chapter 108 statutory liens;

3. Most administrative agency appeals;

4. Most family law cases;

5. Appeals challenging venue;

6. Appeals challenging granting or denial of injunctive relief;

7. Pretrial writ proceedings involving discovery orders or motions in limine;

8. Appeals in trust and estate matters involving less than $5,430,000; and

9. Appeals arising from the foreclosure mediation program

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