Keith Bishop discusses the Nevada Supreme Court’s recent decision in Robert Chur, et al. v.  Eighth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, et al., No. 78391, opinion (Nev. Feb. 27, 2020), found that a corporate director or officer can only be found liable for breach of fiduciary duty under Nevada Law upon a showing of intentional misconduct, not gross negligence, in Nevada Supreme Court: More Than Gross Negligence Must Be Shown For Director Breach of Fiduciary Claims.