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law company files lawsuit in opposition to China over coronavirus

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4:11 p.m. An attorney who represented victims of the Las Vegas shooting massacre has filed a federal lawsuit against China’s government over the new coronavirus, saying today that officials hid information about the outbreak and that U.S. small businesses should receive billions of dollars in damages. The case seeks class-action status for 32 million businesses…

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Lawsuit: China hid virus files, must quiet pay billions

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FILE – In this Oct. 3, 2019 file photo, attorney Robert Eglet, a lead plaintiffs’ counsel, speaks during a news conference in Las Vegas. The emerging coronavirus pandemic has spurred a lawsuit by the Las Vegas attorney with a background in big cases, who is seeking compensation from the Chinese government for more than 32…

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Biden Vows to Pause Gunmaker Immunity, Taking a Jab at Sanders

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(Bloomberg) — Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said Thursday he would seek to end gun manufacturers’ exemption from civil liability for gun violence on his first day in office, as he continued to draw a contrast with Bernie Sanders on firearms regulation.“It is so long past time that we correct one of the most egregious…

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TI owner Phil Ruffin talks extra Circus Circus plans

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In a licensing hearing before the Gaming Control Board, TI owner Phil Ruffin, who’s buying Circus Circus, said he plans to relocate a Cirque du Soleil show from New York. By Richard N. Velotta / Las Vegas Review-Journal December 4, 2019 – 1:37 pm An aerial photo Circus Circus on Friday, October 4, 2019. (Michael…

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1000’s of Las Vegas capturing victims will ought to split an $800 million settlement. Now, 2 retired judges ought to choice to a resolution which victims deserve essentially the most.

Getty Images/Ethan Miller Two retired judges have been given the gut-wrenching task of divvying up a roughly $800 million settlement among thousands of people who were injured or lost loved ones in the 2017 Las Vegas massacre, USA Today reported Friday. Last month, MGM Resorts International, which owned the Mandalay Bay hotel where the shooting…

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Destruction delayed for weapons extinct in Las Vegas mass capturing

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“Everybody wants the guns destroyed,” an attorney said. But until the MGM settlement is a done deal, the weapons used in the Oct. 1, 2017, attack remain in FBI custody. By Rachel Crosby / Las Vegas Review-Journal November 21, 2019 – 2:44 pm Guns are shown in the Mandalay Bay suite of Stephen Paddock after…

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MGM’s staunch property funding belief confirms passion in MGM Good

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According to documents, MGM Growth would likely work with the casino operator and an unaffiliated third party to create a joint venture. By Bailey Schulz / Las Vegas Review-Journal November 19, 2019 – 5:42 pm Signage for MGM Grand on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, in Las Vegas. (Benjamin Hager/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @benjaminhphoto MGM Resorts International…

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Raiders, M Resort signal partnership deal as ‘generous HQ hotel’

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Tourism Raiders, M Resort sign partnership deal as ‘official HQ hotel’ A new partnership will make the M Resort the “Official Raiders Team Headquarters Hotel,” and the property will get a new Raiders Bar & Grill as part of the deal. x By Richard N. Velotta / Las Vegas Review-Journal November 13, 2019 – 4:00…

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