Las Vegas Sands Corp. lost two motions Tuesday to rid itself of a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by the former chief executive of its Macau subsidiary, but a company attorney vehemently denied some of the more incendiary issues raised in the court case.
A $24 billion predatory lending lawsuit filed against the Credit Suisse Group by investors in Lake Las Vegas and other resort communities in Idaho, Montana and the Bahamas can go forward.
KB Homes, Toll Bros. and other homebuilders have lost a bid to end an involuntary bankruptcy case brought by creditor JP Morgan Chase over a large Henderson master-planned community.
Travelscape, a Las Vegas-based online hotel bookings company, has been ordered to pay as much as $6.3 million in back tax revenue to South Carolina in a ruling that observers said is part of a larger push by cash-strapped states to grab money from Internet companies.
Casino bosses are serving notice to the bandit who made off with $1.5 million in chips from the Bellagio: Try to redeem those worth $25,000 soon or they’ll become worthless. Bellagio owner MGM Resorts International is discontinuing its standard $25,000 chip and calling for all gamblers to redeem them by April 22.
Station Casinos will cover the $13,000 loss the Salvation Army suffered after its headquarters was burglarized last weekend, officials announced Wednesday.
Attorneys for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals are requesting a rehearing of a Nevada Supreme Court opinion that upheld an $80.7 million award to three women who allegedly contracted breast cancer after taking a hormone drug.