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The articles contained in this website were written by Robert J. Kossack, Esq., noted Las Vegas civil rights attorney. Kossack has been licensed to practice law in Nevada since 1986 and has practiced in both state and federal courts. He is an avid karaoke singer who took an interest in this litigation because of the effect it may have on the number of venues offering karaoke in Clark County.
Initially, Kossack set about to write a article about the Sound Choice lawsuit for Las Vegas Lounge Entertainment Magazine, but the article became too long and took on a life all its own. The magazine, designed simply to give singers information of where they could go to enjoy karaoke, would have needed to add six pages to its format just to print the initial article which appears in its entirety in this website as “Massive lawsuit threatens to charge karaoke in Las Vegas.”
Please post your comments and questions about this site by clicking on “Contact Me” under the picture of Las Vegas at the top of the site or leave a reply by clicking “Reply” beneath each article. Anyone who wishes to contact Robert Kossack professionally should email him at the contact page and please list your subject as “Sound Choice lawsuit.”
A lot of defendants have still yet to answer. Maybe some of them have not yet been served. Maybe some of them are going to simply settle. The big boys already have their expensive attorneys on retainer. The small boys generally cannot afford an attorney and have to weigh the cost of defending against the cost of settling. Kossack has drafted form joinders in the co-defendants’ motions to dismiss and motions to sever that the small venues and the independent KJs alike can simply copy and then go down to the federal courthouse and file. (Defendants who are LLCs or corporations need be represented by an attorney under Nevada law.) Go to pro bono form filing site.