Plaintiff seeking millions in damages from Health Plan of Nevada
Dr. Dipak Desai faces federal health care fraud charges in the 2007 hepatitis C outbreak.
A Nevada state court jury found former doctor and Las Vegas endoscopy clinic owner Dipak Desai guilty of all 27 charges against him — including second-degree murder — in a 2007 hepatitis C outbreak.
Endoscopy clinic owner and a former nurse face 2nd degree murder charges in the death of a patient from Hepatitis-C.
A jury is expected to be seated for the trial of a former endoscopy clinic owner and an employee accused of causing a 2007 Las Vegas hepatitis C outbreak.
Jury selection begins Monday in the criminal trial for the doctor at the heart of a 2007 hepatitis C outbreak in Las Vegas.
A jury is slated to hear a lawyer’s request to hold Nevada’s largest health management organization liable for as much as $1 billion in punitive damages in a Las Vegas hepatitis exposure case.
Executives at Nevada’s largest health management organization had no idea about allegations that a clinic owner was cutting corners and endangering patient safety, so it shouldn’t be held liable for two members contracting incurable hepatitis C, a defense lawyer told a jury Thursday.
More than five years after a hepatitis C outbreak in Clark County, yet another civil trial has begun.
A second competency hearing has been rejected for the doctor at the center of the valley’s hepatitis C outbreak.