LAS VEGAS — One by one, the grand old dames of the Strip outlived their charms — the Dunes, Stardust and Aladdin — and down they came, thanks to some well-rigged dynamite, in a booming flash of bravado and showmanship that became this city's staple — the implosion. But not the Harmon. The troubled hotel and condominium tower once envisioned as an anchor to the gleaming CityCenter complex will be dismantled slowly, tediously, floor by floor. In Sin City parlance, the flawed edifice is like an aspiring showgirl given the old vaudevillian hook before even stepping on stage.
On January 30, 2012, the Clark County District Court approved the final settlement of a large class action case in which the Firm represented approximately 275 homeowners whose Las Vegas homes overly a plume of PCE-contaminated groundwater.
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