Judge hears closing arguments in Vistana HOA civil case

In the final frontier of a decade-long legal saga, lawyers spent hours Wednesday arguing over whether a Las Vegas law firm that oversaw a homeowners association’s 2006 board election should be held liable for millions of dollars bilked from homeowners by criminal players who rigged the election.  The arguments, delivered in a Clark County courtroom filled with condo owners, represented the Vistana Homeowner Association’s last chance to persuade a judge that the law firm’s negligence led to a corrupt takeover that cost homeowners millions in sham building repair contracts. The contracts were awarded to a construction company owned by Leon Benzer, the ringleader of the scheme who also had a seat on the board.   Read the article……………


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