The Court considered, on appeal, whether a court can admit evidence of compromise offers within real estate transactions for the purpose of demonstrating a failure to mitigate damages. Further, it considered whether real estate licensees are shielded from all forms of common law liability. Lastly, the Court considered whether compensatory damages should include diminution-in-value for a claim alleging fraud, whether carrying costs as consequential damages should be limited by the economic loss doctrine, and whether the district court erred in denying attorney’s fees provided for in listing and purchase agreements to the prevailing party.
Seale, Colin, "Summary of Davis v. Beling, 128 Nev. Adv. Op. No. 28" (2012). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 170.