OUTSTANDING JURY VERDICT OBTAINED FOR PLAINTIFFS IN PERSONAL INJURY ACTION
July 13, 2021
After a multi-week jury trial, attorneys Randall Jones and Michael Gayan obtained a substantial verdict for their clients who had been injured by one of their neighbors. The resulting judgment totaled more than $3,300,000 in compensatory and punitive damages.
DEFENSE VERDICT OBTAINED IN LEGAL MALPRACTICE CASE
April 26, 2021
After a two-week bench trial, attorneys Randall Jones and Michael Gayan obtained a complete defense in a multi-million dollar legal malpractice action filed against a law firm with offices in multiple states.
MULTIPLE LAWSUITS FILED AGAINST “REAL WATER” AFTER MANY BECOME SEVERELY ILL
March 16, 2021
Attorneys Will Kemp and Eric Pepperman filed multiple product liability lawsuits against “Real Water” due to allegations that the alkaline bottled water is toxic and linked to severe liver illness.
NEVADA PARENTS SUE BABY FOOD MANUFACTURERS DUE TO ALLEGATIONS THAT THE PRODUCTS CONTAIN HIGH LEVELS OF TOXIC METALS
March 2, 2021
Attorneys Will Kemp and Eric Pepperman filed a product liability lawsuit against multiple baby food manufacturers that are accused of having unsafe levels of toxic metals in their products.
NEVADA FEDERAL JURY AWARDS MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR VERDICT TO NEVADA RESTAURANT SERVICES, INC., DBA DOTTY’S IN EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE CASE
February 26, 2019
Attorneys J. Randall Jones, Spencer Gunnerson, and Mona Kaveh obtained a multi-million dollar verdict for Nevada Restaurant Services, Inc., dba Dotty’s in an Equal Protection Clause case against the City of Las Vegas and the City Council of Las Vegas.
JURY AWARDS NEARLY $19 MILLION TO KHIABANI FAMILY
March 27, 2018
Plaintiff attorney Will Kemp helped secure a substantial verdict for the family of a local hand surgeon who was killed in April 2017 while cycling in the Summerlin neighborhood.
SYNGENTA AGREES TO PAY MORE THAN $1.5 BILLION IN CORN ACCORD
March 12, 2018
Syngenta AG agreed to pay more than $1.5 billion to U.S. farmers and others who complained that the marketing of the company’s genetically modified corn seeds shut them out of the Chinese market, according to people familiar with the deal.
UNIVERSAL ENTERTAINMENT SECURE $2.632 BILLION SETTLEMENT WITH WYNN RESORTS
March 8, 2018
Randall Jones served as local counsel for Universal Entertainment and Aruze in the litigation that resulted in Wynn Resorts agreeing to pay his clients $2.632 billion.
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE OBTAINED FOR BUYER OF THE MT. CHARLESTON LODGE
March 1, 2018
Following contentious litigation and a multi-day bench trial, Randall Jones and Michael Gayan obtained a judgment requiring the owner of the Mt. Charleston Lodge to sell the real property and business to their clients and awarding compensatory and punitive damages.
HEALTH PLAN OF NEVADA MUST PAY $500 MILLION IN HEPATITIS C CASE
April 10, 2013
$524 Million jury verdict against Health Plan of Nevada and Sierra Health Services for patients who contracted Hepatitis C at Endoscopy Center.
SETTLEMENTS REACHED IN 41 HEPATITIS C LAWSUITS
February 21, 2012
Settlement of cases includes contested $522 million jury verdict won by Henderson school principal.
$182.6M VERDICT IN SACKS PROPOFOL HEPATITIS CASE
October 11, 2011
A jury said Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. unit and two other drugmakers must pay $162.5 million in punitive damages for selling the anesthetic Propofol in a way that led three colonoscopy patients to develop Hepatitis C.
DEFECTIVE-PRODUCT VERDICTS AGAINST COMPANIES INCREASE
February 5, 2011
Cybex International Inc., a fitness equipment maker, lost a $66 million jury verdict in New York last month.
REAL ESTATE BROKER RECOVERS $1.5M COMMISSION
January 21, 2011
Resort Properties v. Cherry Investment involved a claim by real estate broker David Atwell’s sole proprietorship, Resort Properties, for a commission from the buyer of a Las Vegas resort hotel.
JURY AWARDS HENDERSON COUPLE A RECORD $500 MILLION AWARD
June 5, 2010
Plaintiff attorney Will Kemp, arguing the failure to warn case, reviewed five different reasons why Teva and Baxter allegedly provided inadequate warnings.
SETTLEMENTS ADDING UP IN KITEC CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT
May 15, 2009
Some plumbing companies that installed pipe fittings that allegedly led to clogged pipes have approved settlements with attorneys representing thousands of Las Vegas Valley homeowners.