The Court considered whether the “mode of operation” approach to premises liability, under which the plaintiff does not have to prove defendant’s knowledge of a particular hazardous condition if the plaintiff can prove that the nature of the defendant’s business tends to create a substantial risk of the type of harm the plaintiff suffered, extends beyond the self-service context to sit-down restaurants, and whether the district court abused its discretion in excluding certain evidence.
Sendall, Brandon C., "Summary of FGA, Inc. v. Giglio, 128 Nev. Adv. Op. 26" (2012). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 172.