As a matter of first impression, the Court offered guidance on what constitutes—or rather what does not constitute—good reason for failing to present evidence during an administrative hearing under NRS 233B.131(2). The statute is part of Nevada’s Administrative Procedure Act. In a related matter, the Court affirmed the administrative tribunal’s denial of occupational disease benefits for reasons of insufficient evidence.
Manhattan, Richard, "Summary of Garcia v. Scolari’s Food & Drug, 125 Nev. Adv. Op. No. 6" (2009). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 382.