State Drywall Inc. (“State Drywall”) appealed the district court’s order awarding Rhodes Design & Development (“Rhodes”) its attorney fees and costs in a breach of contract action pursuant to the cost-shifting provisions of NRCP 68(g) and NRS 17.115(5). State Drywall successfully argued that the district court should have awarded prejudgment interest on the two payments that Rhodes made before trial but after litigation had commenced, and added that prejudgment interest to the judgment awarded in making the comparison to the offer of judgment under NRCP 68(g) and NRS 17.115(5).
Kasiske, Eunice, "Summary of State Drywall, Inc. v. Rhodes Design & Dev., 122 Nev. Adv. Op. 11" (2006). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 552.