But let's just say that business is good for Robert Eglet after being part of the team that won a $160 million lawsuit for plaintiffs in the hepatitis C medical malpractice lawsuit. Business is so good, in fact, that Eglet announced the construction of a shiny new 46,000 square foot building downtown on 400 South Seventh Street. The building will house four law firms and an investigation firm, and will include a mock courtroom where Goldilocks will be able to sue the Three Bears for years to come.
Anybody care to guess what this shiny new building will be called? Unfortunately it will not be called "The House that Hepatitis Built." If you said "The Robert T. Eglet Advocacy Center" you were right!
All joking aside, I say good for Eglet. It's good to see that Eglet is trying to give back to the community by investing in downtown Las Vegas and allowing the law school to use his mock courtroom. Does anybody know which firms will be moving into this building with Eglet Wall? On another note, what is everybody doing for Memorial Day weekend?