This week’s long-awaited U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments on Christie v. the NCAA that could influence whether sports wagering will be legalized nationwide could also play a role in another issue at the forefront of the gaming industry — the presence of marijuana in casino resorts.
Just days after the Oct. 1 Strip massacre, a Nevada Supreme Court panel issued a decision that could sharpen questions about the adequacy of security at Mandalay Bay and increase its liability.
Aria poker staff plied Czech casino owner Leon Tsoukernik with booze, forcing him to lose $3 million in a high-stakes poker match against an Australian professional, recent court papers filed by Tsoukernik claim.
Lawyers for a poker player who exchanged $3 million in a high stakes game at Aria said Monday that they’re still going after the money that wasn’t returned despite a ruling that the transaction amounted to an unenforceable gambling debt.
The Nevada Supreme Court has upheld a $4.5 million wrongful death verdict against Ford Motor Co. over a defective roof on an SUV.
A New Jersey man whose esophagus and stomach were severely burned after drinking a beer tainted by a caustic chemical at an Atlantic City casino restaurant has been awarded $750,000.
Ten years on, almost as long as USA Dawgs has existed, and the Las Vegas Valley shoe seller still hashes out its war with clog giant Crocs in courts.
The state Supreme Court on Thursday issued two rulings bolstering homeowners associations’ ability to sell houses through foreclosure.
A Clark County judge ruled accused squatter Thomas Benson, who authorities say follows an anti-government ideology as a so-called “sovereign citizen,” is competent to proceed in criminal cases against him.
Miguel Barraza was in a downtown Las Vegas courthouse, waiting to testify before a grand jury about accused squatter Thomas Benson, when his daughter got a phone call.