A government contractor at the Hawthorne Army Depot in northern Nevada has agreed to pay $70,000 to settle a lawsuit over the firing of a pregnant woman and her husband.
With a combination of dramatic flair and anti-Wall Street agitating, attorney Robert Eglet challenged a jury on Monday to grant the largest punitive damages award in Nevada history, totaling $2.5 billion.
Thursday, the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation filed a lawsuit under the Nevada Public Records Act against the Clark County School District.
The state has agreed to settle a $103 million lawsuit with Clark County.
Nevada’s top election official has filed a civil lawsuit against Americans for Prosperity, alleging the Republican conservative group violated state election laws by not registering in the state or filing donor contribution reports.
Immigrant rights advocates filed a lawsuit Thursday that seeks to overturn Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s order denying driver’s licenses for young immigrants who have gotten work permits and avoided deportation under a new Obama administration policy.
A New Mexico police officer is accused of Tasering a 10-year-old boy because he wouldn’t wash his patrol car.
Could tiny snails found in isolated, high desert springs along the Nevada-Utah line scuttle plans to pump billions of gallons of water to Las Vegas?
A jury says “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis slandered Steve Wynn when he claimed the casino mogul threatened to kill him and bury him in the desert.
An Arizona sheriff known nationally for his hardline stance on illegal immigration is expected to take the witness stand Tuesday and face allegations that his trademark immigration sweeps amounted to racial profiling against Hispanics.