After hearing weeks of testimony, a jury said bus manufacturer, Motor Coach Industries, must pay nearly $19 million to the family of a well-known Las Vegas doctor.
Syngenta AG agreed to pay more than $1.4 billion to U.S. farmers 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.
Wynn Resorts agreed to pay $2.632 billion to Universal Entertainment to resolve claims related to Wynn Resorts' forced redemption of 24.5 million shares of Wynn Resorts common stock held by Aruze.
A judge compels the owners of the Mt. Charleston Lodge to honor their contracts to sell the property and business.
$524 Million jury verdict against Health Plan of Nevada and Sierra Health Services for patients who contracted Hepatitis C at Endoscopy Center.
Settlement of cases includes contested $522 million jury verdict won by Henderson school principal
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.
Cybex International Inc., a fitness equipment maker, lost a $66 million jury verdict in New York last month.
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.
Plaintiff attorney Will Kemp, arguing the failure to warn case, reviewed five different reasons why Teva and Baxter allegedly provided inadequate warnings.
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.
Castillo and Las Vegas attorney Bill Coulthard attended the commission meeting in Reno and made a presentation, but after more than 90 minutes of discussion and questions, the panel voted 4-0 on the punishment.
After more than two years of waiting due to appeals to the Nevada Supreme Court, $90 million in Ipex settlement funds were released for use through a court order dated March 14, 2011.
The attorneys at Kemp, Jones & Coulthard currently represent dozens of U.S. corn farmers for claims that they were harmed by China’s rejection of U.S. corn and DDGS shipments