The Court determined (1) NRS § 41.745(1)(c) sets forth a factual inquiry; (2) a reasonable jury could find it “reasonably foreseeable under the facts and circumstances of the case considering the nature and scope of his . . . employment” that a hotel employee would rape a hotel guest; and (3) direct negligence claims against an employer are not futile when a reasonable jury could conclude under the facts that the employer could reasonably foresee the employee’s unlawful act.
Haws, Emily, "Anderson v. Mandalay Corp., Nev. Adv. Op. 82 (Oct. 10, 2015)" (2015). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 911.