The FBI had to move up a raid on an international gambling operation at Caesars Palace in July because word had slipped out about the investigation, a state gaming agent testified Wednesday.
Tutor Perini Corp., the general contractor behind CityCenter and a party in a massive construction defect case involving the development’s Harmon Hotel, said Wednesday it would receive “total net settlement proceeds” of approximately $189.5 million on its lien claims.
Calling their conduct “constitutionally abhorrent,” a federal judge recently chided government prosecutors for working in secret to keep millions of dollars in cash and assets seized from a Las Vegas gambler and his family in a decade-long bookmaking investigation.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a lower court ruling requiring Las Vegas Sands Corp. turn over documents in the company’s ongoing legal dispute with Steve Jacobs, who served as head of the company’s Macau operations until he was let go in 2010.
A Las Vegas man was sentenced to three years probation Monday for his role in a lucrative illegal bookmaking operation.
An FBI-led raid shut down an illegal sports betting operation at Caesars Palace last week that authorities say was run by Malaysian and Chinese nationals who were taking wagers on the World Cup soccer tournament.
A lawsuit that accuses Boyd Gaming Corp. of failing to pay overtime wages may proceed as a national class action, a federal judge in Las Vegas has ruled.
An appellate court on Monday upheld a $19 million judgment against “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis in a slander case filed over his claims that casino mogul Steve Wynn had threatened to kill him.
The food and beverage director at Texas Station filed a federal lawsuit Friday that accuses her employer of violating the Equal Pay Act.
House of Blues Foundation Room managers have fired the employees who provided illegal narcotics and prostitutes to undercover investigators last year that led to a $500,000 fine levied against MGM Resorts International.