NRS 618.585

  • legal counsel
  • quorum
  • decisions
  • records
  • duties, rights and responsibilities of alternate.


The Board shall:


Meet as often as necessary to hold review hearings, as provided in NRS 618.605, at such times and places as the Chair may determine;


Enact rules and regulations governing the conduct of review hearings; and


Perform such other duties as the Division may prescribe.


The Board may employ legal counsel to advise it concerning matters which come before it.


A quorum of the Board must be present in order for the conduct of review hearings or other business.


A quorum consists of at least three members of the Board, at least one of whom must represent labor and one of whom must represent management.


All decisions of the Board must be determined by a majority decision.


A complete record of every review hearing must be made.


If the alternate for the regular member representing the general public attends a meeting of the Board in the place of the regular member, the alternate fully assumes the duties, rights and responsibilities for the duration of that meeting and is entitled to the compensation, allowances and expenses otherwise payable for members who attend that meeting.

Source: Section 618.585 — Duties; legal counsel; quorum; decisions; records; duties, rights and responsibilities of alternate., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-618.­html#NRS618Sec585.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

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