"Elements of Claims and Defenses in Nevada" by Day R. Williams, Attorney at Law, provides the elements of claims and defenses in Nevada law. This is a manual and reference for the working Nevada lawyer. Civil claims and affirmative defenses are explained. The book features a helpful index and table of authorities. The claims covered include the following: Abuse of Process, Accord and Satisfaction, Accounting, Aiding and Abetting, Alter Ego, Assault, Assumpsit, Attorney's Fees, Bad Faith, Battery, Breach of Contract, Breach of Duty of Fair Representation, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Breach of Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Breach of Implied Warranty to Perform n a Workmanlike Manner, Civil Conspiracy, Civil Conspiracy to Defraud, Claim and Delivery, Concert of Action, Construction Defects, Constructive Dismissal, Constructive Fraud, Constructive Trust, Consumer Fraud, Contributory Infringement, Conversion, Copyright Infringement, Deceit or Misrepresentation, Deceptive Trade Practice, Declaratory Judgments, Joinder of Parties, Provisional Remedies, Defamation, Defense of Property, Dental Malpractice, Detinue, Disparate Treatment, Elder Exploitation, Equal Pay Claim, Equitable Estoppel, Equitable Lien, Equitable Tolling, Failure to Properly Supervise or Train under U.S.C. 1983, False Arrest, and False Imprisonment.