The Nevada Supreme Court rejected the former casino mogul’s claim that he was defamed in a story about allegations of sexual misconduct.
A series of events that began six years ago appears to be coming to an end after a federal judge signs off on a settlement agreement.
The Nevada Gaming Commission unanimously approved a settlement agreement with the former chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts.
The case to be heard in December ties together a Justice Department complaint against Steve Wynn and sexual harassment cases brought in California and Nevada.
The company wants a judge to throw out a sexual harassment complaint filed earlier this month by a massage therapist at the Strip resort. An Oct. 25 hearing is set.
Less than a week after a Wynn Resorts massage therapist filed a sexual harassment lawsuit, the Gaming Control Board said it is preparing for a hearing against Steve Wynn.
A Wynn Resorts massage therapist alleges the company is a racketeering enterprise in which she was forced to act as an “on-call sexual servant.”
The former chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd. said he is happy with the undisclosed settlement amount and a retraction from Los Angeles attorney Lisa Bloom.
In a hearing before the Nevada Supreme Court, attorneys for Steve Wynn and Nevada gaming regulators argue over whether state can punish the former Wynn Resorts exec.
The lawsuit filed by nine anonymous women against Steve Wynn and Wynn Resorts that was dismissed in 2020 can go forward after a ruling by the Court of Appeals.
Observers are asking: Why is Matt Maddox leaving Wynn Resorts? What will he do next? And will the transition to new CEO Craig Billings be a smooth one?
A California federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit brought by a woman who claimed that bribery and corruption sunk a previous case she brought against Steve Wynn and Wynn Resorts executives.
An appellate court has sided with Steve Wynn in his defamation lawsuit against attorney Lisa Bloom and her law firm in a legal battle over a press release about allegations against the former casino mogul.
A federal judge has dismissed a case from nine anonymous women who claim they were sexually harassed by former Wynn Resorts Ltd. CEO, Steve Wynn.
The state Gaming Control Board has told former Nevada casino executive Steve Wynn that it continues to have jurisdiction over him and his finding of suitability to hold a gaming license.