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Wynn tip policy said to violate state law

Steve Wynn’s 5-year-old tip-pooling program, which forces card dealers to share gratuities with their supervisors, violates Nevada law, a state District Court judge has ruled.

‘Girls Gone Wild’ chief raises ante, sues Wynn over casino debt

The founder of the “Girls Gone Wild” video empire has upped the ante in a legal dispute over a $2 million casino debt with Strip casino developer Steve Wynn and the Wynn Las Vegas casino.

Court removes delay in Harmon tower lawsuit

The Nevada Supreme Court has ended a nearly yearlong delay in a lawsuit between developers of CityCenter and Perini Building Co., potentially setting the stage for implosion of the unfinished Harmon tower.

Couple accused of dice sliding at Wynn Las Vegas

While many craps aficionados scoff at the idea that a player can effectively control the roll of the dice, Wynn Las Vegas has become a believer.

Poker stars added to civil complaint

The government’s crackdown on Internet poker ensnared two of the game’s best-known superstars Tuesday while a prosecutor accused one website of being a “massive ponzi scheme,” defrauding players of more than $443 million. Poker professionals Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson were added as defendants in a civil money laundering complaint against online gaming company FullTilt Poker, saying the players and executives funneled money to their own accounts, rendering FullTilt insolvent.

Judge delays unsealing Adelson security lawsuit

A federal judge said he needs more information before deciding whether to unseal documents in a case filed by a security team that protects the family of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson.