Keith Pickard is representing a local Las Vegas business in a fraud case that grew out of a failure to disclose the imminent condemnation proceedings associated with Project Neon.
According to the complaint Keith filed last week, the landowner signed a six-year lease with Gwen Bartholomew, who was leasing space to open a Louisiana-style sandwich shop called Streetcar Po-Boys. Ms. Bartholomew alleges in her complaint that the landlord knew that the space would be subject to a government taking within approximately a year, but intentionally concealed that fact to induce Ms. Bartholomew into leasing the space.
Channel 13 recently interviewed Keith and ran a news story about the lawsuit October 27, 2014. You can view the story, including Keith’s interview, here:
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) — A small business owner is trying to keep her restaurant open as problems related to Project Neon threaten to shut her down for good. Gwen Bartholomew owns Streetcar Po’boy on Oak Street near Interstate 15. She’s now suing the property owner and closing down the restaurant, but she is hoping it’s only temporary.
Zachariah B. Parry is an attorney and founding partner at the law firm Parry & Pfau and is an adjunct professor who teaches torts, contracts, and Nevada practice and procedure for UNLV’s paralegal program. He can be reached at 702-912-4451 or firstname.lastname@example.org.