About 1,500 former employees of a Las Vegas telemarketing company are hoping and waiting to receive back pay.
A former craps dealer was sentenced Thursday to two to five years in prison for his role in a long-running, $1 million scam against the Bellagio.
A Las Vegas Sands Corp. shareholder has filed a derivative lawsuit against Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson and members of the Sands board of directors, accusing them of wasting millions of dollars with ill-advised lawsuits and bad business decisions.
NEWARK, N.J. — A lawsuit that began over a $1.59 discrepancy for a drink at TGI Friday’s cannot proceed as a class action, a New Jersey appeals court has ruled.
Private investigators hired by the owner of a Southern Nevada taxi company secretly recorded ride solicitations on cellphone video, catching 10 contracted ride-hailing drivers accepting illegal rides for cash.
The decade-old tip pooling program at Wynn Resorts’ Las Vegas properties is still alive despite an adverse ruling this week by a federal appellate court.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday reversed a U.S. District Court ruling that allowed Wynn Las Vegas to pool its dealers’ tips and distribute them among other employees.
Clark County Chief District Judge David Barker ruled Wednesday that Las Vegas Sands has provided no new grounds to remove District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez from a wrongful termination case against the company.
Lawyers for former Sands China executive Steven Jacobs are resisting the latest efforts by Las Vegas Sands Corp. to remove the judge assigned to his wrongful termination lawsuit.
Clark County District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez again has denied a bias toward or prejudice against Las Vegas Sands Corp. in a wrongful termination case the company has been fighting since 2010.