A federal judge has declined to reconsider a lawsuit alleging that officials at Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital in Las Vegas violated a patient’s civil rights by giving him a bus ticket to California upon discharge.
Summerlin Hospital Medical Center filed a defamation lawsuit Thursday against Las Vegas attorney Robert Cottle in connection with comments he made last month at a news conference, a law firm representing the hospital announced
Under pressure from Congress, celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz on Tuesday offered to help “drain the swamp” of unscrupulous marketers using his name to peddle so-called miracle pills and cure-alls to millions of Americans desperate to lose weight.
A Japanese pharmaceutical company prevailed Thursday in a Las Vegas case involving two women who claimed the diabetes drug Actos caused them to develop bladder cancer.
Actos has been used for years to reduce blood-sugar levels in patients suffering from Type 2 diabetes, a lawyer for the drug’s manufacturer said Tuesday. It was the second and final day of closing arguments in a Las Vegas trial that began three months ago against Japanese company Takeda Pharmaceuticals.
A Nevada inmate who says he practices Satanism is accusing county jailers of violating his constitutional rights by denying him meals consistent with the strict diet of his pagan religion, including ice cream.
Members of the Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday asked for more time before deciding on a request from the State Bar to provide legal protections for lawyers who advise clients on medical marijuana issues.
“Never Again,” agreed the audience, nodding assertively to the words of Rabbi Felipe Goodman.
A jury in northwest Arizona has awarded $300,000 to the plaintiff in a civil case involving a penile implant gone wrong.
Like thousands of others, a pair of Clark County women received no adequate warning that the diabetes drug they took could lead to bladder cancer, a warning label expert testified Monday in a potentially multibillion-dollar lawsuit against the maker of Actos.