By Tim O'Reiley
Las Vegas Review-Journal

Kazuo Okada encountered another setback in his legal battle with Wynn Resorts Ltd., losing a bid to vote his former shares at the Nov. 2 annual meeting.


By Steve Friess
Mountain States Super Lawyers 2008

It was a risk so large that Don Campbell now marvels at the confidence with which he took it. The fate of Nevada's governorship hung in the balance. Campbell had to make the decision that would either save Republican Rep. Jim Gibbons' gubernatorial campaign or, quite possibly, send him to jail.


By Sherman Frederick
Las Vegas Review-Journal

Bishop Gorman High School hiring lawyer extraordinaire Don Campbell to do battle with the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association is like ... what?


By John L. Smith
Las Vegas Review-Journal

It turns out I know a few of the characters in the malodorous melodrama swirling around local television news producer Dana Gentry, who isn't being sued but nevertheless finds herself accused of ethical impropriety in connection with her reports on the upheaval at Aspen Financial Services. Gentry, the executive producer for "Face to Face With Jon Ralston," is accused of biased reporting and too-cozy relationships with Aspen investors who are suing its principal owner, Jeff Guinn, son of former Gov. Kenny Guinn.


The Ultimate Fighting Championship

Zuffa, LLC, dba the Ultimate Fighting Championship® ("UFC®), today announced that it served a demand for retraction upon the parent entities and executives of the website CagePotato regarding certain false and defamatory statements attributed to UFC® President, Dana White, in an April 14th website posting.


By Jon Ralston
Las Vegas Sun

How do you know when a judge is threatening you? When he says it isn’t a threat. Just a “wish.” A “gentle wish,” even. Stick around long enough and you think you might cease to be surprised by the behavior of elected officials. But what Judge Allan Earl did during a hearing on Nov. 7 stuns me — I have just obtained a transcript — and should disgust, terrify and outrage anyone who cares about freedom of speech and freedom of the press.