Due Dates & Deadlines per 2019 Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure

ActivityTime allowed
Service of Summons and Complaint120  days  from  filing  of  complaint.     Rule
Dismissal For Failure to Serve Summons and
120   days   from   filing   of   complaint.   Rule
Requesting Waiver of Service“[A] reasonable time of at least 30 days after the request was sent—or at least 60 days if sent to the defendant outside the United States—to
return the waiver”.  Rule 4.1(a)(6)
Time to Answer After a Waiver“60 days after the request was sent—or until
90  days  after  it  was  sent  to  the  defendant outside the United  States.” Rule  4.1(c);  Rule 12(a)(1)(A)(ii)
Defendant Must Serve a Responsive Pleading After Service via the Nevada Secretary of State21 days.  Rule 4.2(c)(3)
A Written Motion and Notice of the Hearing21  days  before  the  time  specified  for  the
hearing.  Rule 6(c)(1).
Affidavit in Opposition to Motion7 days prior to the hearing on the matter.  Rule
Service by Mail,  Leaving With  the  Clerk,  or
By Other Means Consented to
3   days   are  added   after  the  period   would
otherwise expire under Rule 6(a).  Rule 6(d)
Motion For Rule 11 SanctionsMust not be filed or be presented to the court if the     challenged     paper,     claim,     defense, contention,    or    denial    is    withdrawn    or
appropriately  corrected  within  21  days  after service.  Rule 11(c)(2)
Answer a ComplaintWithin  21  days  after  being  served  with  the summons and complaint.  Rule 12(a)(1)(A)(1)
Answer a Counterclaim Or CrossclaimWithin  21  days  after  being  served  with  the pleading   that   states   the   counterclaim   or crossclaim.  Rule 12(a)(1)(B)
Reply to An AnswerWithin  21  days  after  being  served  with  an order to reply.  Rule 12(a)(1)(C)
Answer  of  a  Complaint,  Counterclaim,  Or Crossclaim By The State of Nevada, Its Public Entities and Political Subdivisions, and Their officers and EmployeesWithin 45 days after service on the party. Rule 12(a)(2)
Motion for a More Definite StatementBefore  filing  a  responsive  pleading.    If  the court orders a more definite statement and the order is not obeyed within 14 days after notice of the order or within the time the court sets, the court may strike the pleading or issue any
other appropriate order.  Rule 12(e)
Leave to File Third-Party ComplaintMust be requested within 14 days of service of original answer.  Rule 14(a)(1)
Amending a Pleading as a Matter of Course21 days after serving it, or if the pleading is one to which a responsive pleading is required, 21 days after service of a responsive pleading or 21 days after service of a motion under Rule 12(b),  (e),  or  (f),  whichever  is  earlier.   Rule 15(a)(1)
Respond to an Amended PleadingWithin  the  time  remaining  to  respond  to  the
original   pleading   or   within   14   days   after service of the amended pleading, whichever is later. Rule 15(a)(3)
Scheduling OrderMust  be  issued  within  60  days  after  a  Rule
16.1 case conference report has been filed or the date the court waives the requirement for the same.  Rule 16(b)(2)
Initial Rule 16.1 Disclosures–GenerallyGenerally,  at  or  within   14  days  after  the parties’   Rule   16.1(b)   conference.       Rule
Initial   Rule   16.1   Disclosures   For   Parties
Served Or Joined Later
Within  30  days  after  filing  an  answer  or  a
motion under Rule 12.  Rule 16.1(a)(1)(D)
Time to Disclose Expert TestimonyAt least 90 days before the discovery cut-off
Date.       Rule       16.1(a)(2)(E)(i)(a);       Rule 16.1(c)(1)(N)
Rebuttal Expert TestimonyWithin   30   days   after   the   other   party’s
disclosure.      Rule   16.1(a)(2)(E)(i)(b);   Rule 16.1(c)(1)(N)
Pretrial Disclosures30 days before trial.  Rule 16.1(a)(3)(B)(i)
Objections to Pretrial Disclosures14  days  after  the  disclosure  is  made.    Rule
Early Case ConferenceMust be held within 30 days of service of an answer of the first answering defendant.  Rule 16.1(b)(2)(A).   It may be continued for up to
180 days.  16.1(b)(2)(B)
Early Case Conference ReportWithin 30 days after each case conference, the
parties (or a party individually) must file a joint case conference report.  Rule 16.1(c)(1)(A)
Early  Case  Conference  Report  After  Court-
Annexed Arbitration
Within 60 days from the date that the request
for trial de novo is filed.  Rule 16.1(c)(1)(C)
Motions to Amend Pleadings or Add Parties90 days before the close of discovery.   Rule
Dispositive Motions30  days  after  the  discovery  cut-off.    Rule
Objection to a Case Conference Report7  days  after  service  of  the  report.     Rule
Substitution Upon Death of a Party180 days after service of a statement noting the
death. Rule 25(a)(1)
Beginning of DiscoveryAt  any  time  after  the  filing  of  a  joint  case conference report, or not sooner than 14 days after   a   party   has   filed   a   separate   case conference report, or upon order by the court or discovery commissioner.  Rule 26(a)
Notice of Deposition14 days prior to deposition.  Rule 30(b)(1)
Answers to InterrogatoriesWithin  30  days  after  being  served  with  the
interrogatories.  Rule 30(b)(2)
Response to Request to ProduceWithin  30  days  after  being  served  with  the requests.  Rule 34(b)(2)(A)
Response to Requests for admissionWithin  30  days  after  being  served  with  the requests.  Rule 36(a)(3)
Demand a JuryBefore the entry of the  order first setting the case  for  trial  or  within  14  days  of  another party’s  service  of  a  demand  on  only  some issues.  Rule 38(b) and Rule 38(c)
Notice of Subpoena Duces TecumServe all parties at least 7 days prior to serving the  subpoena  on  the  person  to  whom  it  is directed   to   allow   for   objections.       Rule
Objections to Subpoena Duces TecumThe    earlier    of    the    time    specified    for compliance or  14  days  after  the  subpoena  is
served.  Rule 45(a)(2)(B)
Motion For Judgment as a Matter of Law Or
Motion For New Trial
28   days   from   written   notice   of   entry   of
judgment.  Rule 50(b)
Notice of Entry of Judgment14 days from entry.  Rule 58(e)
Motion for a New Trial, Or to Alter Or Amend28   days   from   written   notice   of   entry   of
judgment.  Rule 59(b) and Rule 59(e)
Expiration of Temporary Restraining Order14 days from entry.  Rule 65(b)(2)
Motion  to  Dissolve  Temporary  Restraining OrderMay  be  heard  2  days  from  service.  Rule 65(b)(4)
Service of offer of JudgmentAt  any  time  more  than  21  days  before  trial.
Rule 68(a)
Acceptance of offer of JudgmentWithin 14 days after service of the offer.  Rule
Source: Jay Young, www.nevadalaw.info