How much, if anything, will Wynn Resorts Ltd. be fined by regulators when the Nevada Gaming Commission meets in a special session Tuesday to consider a 10-count sexual harassment complaint from the state Gaming Control Board?
Twelve months to the day since being tapped to lead Wynn Resorts, Matt Maddox — the company’s former chief financial officer and Steve Wynn protege — has helped stabilize the casino operator through quick decisive steps and compromises, analysts said.
Although the former chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd. wasn’t singled out to be disciplined in a state Gaming Control Board complaint issued Monday against Wynn Las Vegas and Wynn Resorts Ltd., it doesn’t mean he escaped punishment.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. said it has agreed to a settlement with the Nevada Gaming Control Board over allegations of sexual harassment at the company.
The hearing on March 4 in a Clark County District Court will consider a motion to dismiss a complaint by former Wynn Resorts Chairman Steve Wynn against the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s lead investigator.
Attorneys will be back in court after the holidays to determine whether an order blocking the release of a report on alleged sexual misconduct within Wynn Resorts Ltd. should be extended.
When Wynn Resorts Ltd. is brought before the Massachusetts Gaming Commission — probably next month — the entire board of directors may be on hand to answer regulators’ questions.
Massachusetts Gaming Commission officials say they would have begun an adjudicatory hearing on the licensing of Wynn Resorts Ltd. by now had it not been for a lawsuit filed by former Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn last month.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has scheduled a closed executive session Thursday to discuss legal strategy in a lawsuit filed by Steve Wynn against Massachusetts Gaming Commission investigator Karen Wells.
A former Wynn Resorts Ltd. shareholder has filed a lawsuit in Clark County District against the company, executives and former and current board members alleging that accusations against the company’s former chairman and CEO devalued his stock.
A judge has temporarily blocked the planned release of a Massachusetts Gaming Commission report about allegations of sexual misconduct against former casino mogul Steve Wynn, a court official in Las Vegas said Monday.
Former Wynn Resorts Ltd. Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn has filed a lawsuit attempting to block the public release of an investigative report by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
The chairman of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has resigned in the wake of allegations that he would be biased in decisions concerning the investigation of Steve Wynn and Wynn Resorts Ltd.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission launched its investigation after it was determined that Wynn failed to disclose a $7.5 million settlement with one of the alleged victims in his 2013 licensing suitability hearings in that state.
A Las Vegas judge has thrown out a defamation lawsuit lodged by ousted casino mogul Steve Wynn against The Associated Press.