"Docketing Statement - Civil Appeals Form" - Nevada

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA
INDICATE FULL CAPTION:
No.
DOCKETING STATEMENT
CIVIL APPEALS
GENERAL INFORMATION
Appellants must complete this docketing statement in compliance with NRAP 14(a). The
purpose of the docketing statement is to assist the Supreme Court in screening jurisdiction,
identifying issues on appeal, assessing presumptive assignment to the Court of Appeals under
NRAP 17, scheduling cases for oral argument and settlement conferences, classifying cases for
expedited treatment and assignment to the Court of Appeals, and compiling statistical
information.
WARNING
This statement must be completed fully, accurately and on time. NRAP 14(c). The Supreme
Court may impose sanctions on counsel or appellant if it appears that the information provided
is incomplete or inaccurate. Id. Failure to fill out the statement completely or to file it in a
timely manner constitutes grounds for the imposition of sanctions, including a fine and/or
dismissal of the appeal.
A complete list of the documents that must be attached appears as Question 27 on this docketing
statement. Failure to attach all required documents will result in the delay of your appeal and
may result in the imposition of sanctions.
This court has noted that when attorneys do not take seriously their obligations under NRAP 14
to complete the docketing statement properly and conscientiously, they waste the valuable
judicial resources of this court, making the imposition of sanctions appropriate. See KDI Sylvan
Pools v. Workman, 107 Nev. 340, 344, 810 P.2d 1217, 1220 (1991). Please use tab dividers to
separate any attached documents.
Revised December 2015
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA
INDICATE FULL CAPTION:
No.
DOCKETING STATEMENT
CIVIL APPEALS
GENERAL INFORMATION
Appellants must complete this docketing statement in compliance with NRAP 14(a). The
purpose of the docketing statement is to assist the Supreme Court in screening jurisdiction,
identifying issues on appeal, assessing presumptive assignment to the Court of Appeals under
NRAP 17, scheduling cases for oral argument and settlement conferences, classifying cases for
expedited treatment and assignment to the Court of Appeals, and compiling statistical
information.
WARNING
This statement must be completed fully, accurately and on time. NRAP 14(c). The Supreme
Court may impose sanctions on counsel or appellant if it appears that the information provided
is incomplete or inaccurate. Id. Failure to fill out the statement completely or to file it in a
timely manner constitutes grounds for the imposition of sanctions, including a fine and/or
dismissal of the appeal.
A complete list of the documents that must be attached appears as Question 27 on this docketing
statement. Failure to attach all required documents will result in the delay of your appeal and
may result in the imposition of sanctions.
This court has noted that when attorneys do not take seriously their obligations under NRAP 14
to complete the docketing statement properly and conscientiously, they waste the valuable
judicial resources of this court, making the imposition of sanctions appropriate. See KDI Sylvan
Pools v. Workman, 107 Nev. 340, 344, 810 P.2d 1217, 1220 (1991). Please use tab dividers to
separate any attached documents.
Revised December 2015
1. Judicial District
Department
County
Judge
District Ct. Case No.
2. Attorney filing this docketing statement:
Attorney
Telephone
Firm
Address
Client(s)
If this is a joint statement by multiple appellants, add the names and addresses of other counsel and
the names of their clients on an additional sheet accompanied by a certification that they concur in the
filing of this statement.
3. Attorney(s) representing respondents(s):
Attorney
Telephone
Firm
Address
Client(s)
Attorney
Telephone
Firm
Address
Client(s)
(List additional counsel on separate sheet if necessary)
4. Nature of disposition below (check all that apply):
Judgment after bench trial
Dismissal:
Judgment after jury verdict
Lack of jurisdiction
Summary judgment
Failure to state a claim
Default judgment
Failure to prosecute
Grant/Denial of NRCP 60(b) relief
Other (specify):
Grant/Denial of injunction
Divorce Decree:
Grant/Denial of declaratory relief
Modification
Original
Review of agency determination
Other disposition (specify):
5. Does this appeal raise issues concerning any of the following?
Child Custody
Venue
Termination of parental rights
6. Pending and prior proceedings in this court. List the case name and docket number
of all appeals or original proceedings presently or previously pending before this court which
are related to this appeal:
7. Pending and prior proceedings in other courts. List the case name, number and
court of all pending and prior proceedings in other courts which are related to this appeal
(e.g., bankruptcy, consolidated or bifurcated proceedings) and their dates of disposition:
8. Nature of the action. Briefly describe the nature of the action and the result below:
9. Issues on appeal. State concisely the principal issue(s) in this appeal (attach separate
sheets as necessary):
10. Pending proceedings in this court raising the same or similar issues. If you are
aware of any proceedings presently pending before this court which raises the same or
similar issues raised in this appeal, list the case name and docket numbers and identify the
same or similar issue raised:
11. Constitutional issues. If this appeal challenges the constitutionality of a statute, and
the state, any state agency, or any officer or employee thereof is not a party to this appeal,
have you notified the clerk of this court and the attorney general in accordance with NRAP 44
and NRS 30.130?
N/A
Yes
No
If not, explain:
12. Other issues. Does this appeal involve any of the following issues?
Reversal of well-settled Nevada precedent (identify the case(s))
An issue arising under the United States and/or Nevada Constitutions
A substantial issue of first impression
An issue of public policy
An issue where en banc consideration is necessary to maintain uniformity of this
court's decisions
A ballot question
If so, explain:
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