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Nevada enacts bill limiting civil liability of businesses with respect to Covid-19 transmission claims

State Issues Covid-19 Nevada Licensing

State Issues

On August 11, the Nevada governor signed SB 4, which, among other things, limits the civil liability of a business with respect to claims related to Covid-19 transmission on premises owned or operated by the business, or during an activity conducted or managed by the business, if the business was in substantial compliance with controlling health standards. The bill also empowers the secretary of state to suspend the state business license of a licensee that fails to comply with controlling health standards related to Covid-19.

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