The man Governor Brian Sandoval today appointed interim director of Public Safety, Jim Wright, is the same Jim Wright who, while briefly in charge of Emergency Management a few years ago, failed to sign a http://www.vegasinc.com/news/2011/sep/25/unfinished-business/grant application, resulting in the closure of the Institute for Security Studies at UNLV.
Jeff Guinn’s Aspen Financial owes creditors between $10 million and $50 million, according to the company’s Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing. The company reports assets between $500,000 and $1 million. The only secured creditor – the law firm of Bailey and Kennedy, owed $728,000 by Aspen/Guinn. But Aspen’s insurance appears to be picking up a good … More Guinn/Aspen attorneys among BK creditors
The company owned by the son of former Governor Kenny Guinn filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy today. Aspen Financial Services LLC owes City National Bank close to 8 million dollars. The filing could put on hold lawsuits filed by investors against Aspen and Guinn.
The mortgage lending company owned by Jeff Guinn, son of former Governor Kenny Guinn, is a danger to the public and does not conduct business in accordance with the law. Those were two of the reasons cited by a hearing officer for the state of Nevada today who upheld the state’s action suspending the license … More State suspends license of former governor’s son
Thank you, George. War on reporters | Las Vegas CityLife.
Update: Not that I mind the request for retraction, but it turns out I was not alone in my “confusion” over statements made by Josh Gilmore, the attorney representing Jeff Guinn at a recent hearing involving a civil lawsuit. Mr. Gilmore took exception to me reporting that he stated the plaintiffs, Donna and Chuck Ruthe, … More Response to inquiry regarding Jeff Guinn’s Rx drug use: