A federal judge properly dismissed a lawsuit filed by nine anonymous women who claimed they were sexually harassed by former Wynn Resorts Ltd. CEO Steve Wynn, the company told the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in a brief Wednesday.
A federal grand jury indicted a Nevada man on Wednesday for allegedly obtaining nearly $2 million in COVID-19 relief aid and spending it on luxury cars and Strip condos.
A Las Vegas man has been charged with fraudulently obtaining nearly $2 million in federal Paycheck Protection Program money, meant for struggling small businesses, to buy luxury cars and two luxury condominiums in Las Vegas.
A federal judge on Thursday rejected a request to restore the Henderson-based, right-wing social media platform Parler after its account was shut down in the wake of the attacks on the U.S. Capitol.
A Nevada drilling company is suing Elon Musk’s Boring Co. for trademark infringement, claiming that it started using the “Boring Company” name more than a decade before Musk’s company was founded.
Beyond significantly cutting into its business, Dino’s argues in a recently filed lawsuit that restrictions are being applied unevenly by the city and Clark County.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board unanimously agreed Wednesday to appeal Clark County District Court Judge Adriana Escobar’s ruling regarding jurisdiction over Steve Wynn.
Two Henderson men accused of running a multimillion-dollar sports betting pyramid scheme have been indicted by a federal grand jury.
The district court is now set to evaluate The Associated Press’ anti-SLAPP motion to dismiss.
A judge on Tuesday threw out Sahara Las Vegas’ defamation lawsuit against a local blogger who reported on a rumor that the property would close last month.