About 1,500 former employees of a Las Vegas telemarketing company are hoping and waiting to receive back pay.
Don’t use your debit card. That’s the message from law enforcement officials going into the holiday shopping season.
A former craps dealer was sentenced Thursday to two to five years in prison for his role in a long-running, $1 million scam against the Bellagio.
Bill Walters, who built a Las Vegas-based sports-betting empire, wants to force prosecutors to show more of their hand before his insider-trading trial.
Jeff Guinn, a former governor’s son whose real estate lending company went bankrupt after the economy crashed, went to trial Monday with opponents claiming he ran a Ponzi scheme.
The law that took effect on Oct. 1 makes it easier to crack down on squatters in Nevada. The law is considered an improvement over the previous civil judicial process, but it hasn’t totally eliminated squatters.
A Las Vegas Sands Corp. shareholder has filed a derivative lawsuit against Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson and members of the Sands board of directors, accusing them of wasting millions of dollars with ill-advised lawsuits and bad business decisions.
Bill Walters, 69, is the sort of person for whom it is possible to use the phrase “latest indictment.” But, notably, none of those indictments has ever resulted in a conviction.
U.S. authorities have charged a former chairman of Dean Foods Co. and a professional Las Vegas gambler with engaging in a yearslong insider trading scheme, which included a tip that benefited professional golfer Phil Mickelson.
NEWARK, N.J. — A lawsuit that began over a $1.59 discrepancy for a drink at TGI Friday’s cannot proceed as a class action, a New Jersey appeals court has ruled.