The Nevada attorney general’s office has been sanctioned by a judge and could be forced to pay as much as $1 million in legal costs incurred by a company it accuses of fraud.
It doesn’t surprise experts that some debit and credit card numbers stolen from Target’s computer systems may have surfaced among nearly 100 fake credit cards seized by police in Texas this week.
CARSON CITY — The Nevada Supreme Court was asked Tuesday to uphold a lower court ruling establishing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of as many as 16,000 people subjected to default judgments by a payday loan company.
Southern Nevadans who shopped at Target during a credit and debit card data breach should be receiving new cards from their banks or credit unions.
Massachusetts’ top gaming regulator personally asked Steve Wynn to stay in the competition for a Boston-area casino license, according to a claim by Caesars Entertainment Corp. Caesars is suing, seeking compensation in the failed bid.
Even after a trip to the U.S. Supreme Court, the legal war surrounding the Grand Canyon Skywalk promises to continue on several fronts for months if not years.