The Court determined that (1) a summary judgment is proper when the opposing party did not file a substantive opposition to the motion for summary judgment and (2) a class certification is inappropriate when the plaintiff/appellant did not meet the burden of demonstrating “numerosity, commonality, and typicality,” and the ability to “fairly and adequately” represent the class members when an earlier-filed grievance between the union and taxi company resolved the minimum wage back-pay dispute at issue.
Chang, Ping, "Sargeant v. Henderson Taxi, 133 Nev. Adv. Op. 27 (June 1, 2017)" (2017). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1045.