Our firm handles a wide variety of business and consumer matters from representing businesses in all types of legal matters to representing injured persons and consumers for injuries and wrongs they have suffered.
Notable cases our firm has handled are:
- Waddell vs. L.V.R.V., Inc. d/b/a Wheelers Las Vegas RV, 125 P.3d 1160 (2006) filed in the 8th Judicial District Court of Nevada. The judge ruled in our clients’ favor and then the opposing party appealed to the Nevada Supreme Court. The Nevada Supreme Court also ruled in our clients’ favor. In this case we represented the purchasers of a new recreational vehicle which never performed as it was supposed to. The Nevada Supreme Court upheld the judgment of the district court in our favor revoking and cancelling the purchase agreement, and for the first time determined when a nonconformity substantially impaires the value of a good to the buyer. The court also determined for the first time what is a reasonable timeline for revocation of acceptance.
- Holding vs. Wind et al, case number A366861 filed in the 8th Judicial District Court of Nevada. In this case we represented the purchasers of a multi-million dollar house against both sets of realtors for negligence and violation of their statutory duties and against the seller of the house for misrepresentation of the boundary lines. The realtors settled with our clients shortly after the trial commenced. We prevailed against the seller of the house by cancelling and rescinding the purchase agreement, with our client receiving all of their purchase price and other costs and attorney fees.
- State Bar of Nevada by its Consumer Protection Committee vs. Reembolsos Rapidos dba Amigo Services; case number A383273 filed in the 8th Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada. In this case we represented the State Bar of Nevada to stop the unauthorized practice of law by a company with bilingual employees which advertised extensively in the Hispanic community as offering full immigration services. In the morning just prior to arguing the Motion for a Preliminary Injunction, the opposing party stipulated to a Consent Decree.
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