Nevada, the elements for a claim of concert of action are:
1.Two or more persons act together while
committing a tort pursuant to a common design or plan; and
2.Liability attaches for the tort of concert
of action when two people commit a tort while “acting in concert with one
another or pursuant to a common design.”(Proof of an agreement alone is insufficient, as the conduct of each tortfeasor must be individually tortuous);
3.Causation and damages.
Inc. v. Corbitt, 117 Nev. 265, 21 P.3d 11 (Nev. 2001); Halbertam
v. Welch, 705 F.2d 472, 489 (D.C. Cir. 1983); Dow Chem. Co. v. Mahlum, 114 Nev. 1468, 1488, 970 P.2d 98, 112 (1998)
overruled in part on other grounds by GES, Inc. v. Corbitt,
117 Nev. 265, 21 P.3d 11 (2011); Juhl v. Airington, 936 S.W.2d 640, 644 (Tex. 1996); Restatement
(Second) of Torts § 876, bc (1979).