Excuse me, what did you say?

Stutz, Howard
May 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);5/26/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 21, pP14
The article looks at issues surrounding the courtroom style of Rusty Hardin, the defense lawyer of Las Vegas Sands Corp. The lawsuit was filed by Hong Kong, China business Richard Suen. During a question of an expert witness, one of the jurors muttered a bad word against Hardin to describe the actions of the lawyer. District Judge Michelle Leavitt is still trying to decide whether or not to dismiss the juror, assuming that other jurors may have similar opinions against the courtroom style of Hardin.


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