Las Vegas Sands loses bid to set aside judgment

Stutz, Howard
December 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);12/15/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 50, pP15
The article reports that District Judge Michelle Leavitt has rejected the bid of casino operator Las Vegas Sands Corp. to set aside a $58.6 million judgment that a Clark County, Nevada jury has awarded to Richard Suen, a businessman from Hong Kong, China, following a six-week civil trial. Leavitt has rejected the motions brought by Las Vegas Sands, namely the motion for a new trial and the motion for the reduction of judgment.


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