by Paulick Report Staff|10.18.202210.18.2022|5:29pm5:30pm Last September, Churchill Downs, Inc. banned trainer Karl Broberg from the entry box at its parent company’s racetracks after an incident involving a voided claim led to what CDI alleged as neglect. When racing began at the CDI-owned Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans, La.,
Posted on: July 14, 2022, 05:17h. Last updated on: July 14, 2022, 05:28h. A local police union is demanding a Las Vegas judge be permanently removed from the bench following a controversial statement she made to a defendant. Erika Ballou, pictured above. A Las Vegas police union asked that Ballou,
A Texan judge has dismissed several of Sightline Payments’ claims against Everi Holdings. The two companies have had a legal quarrel since September last year. Sightline Claims Everi Infringed Its Copyright Sightline Payments is a payment solutions provider that had accused Everi Holdings, a slot machine and financial equipment provider,
Sylvia Ash has been sentenced to 15 months in prison after she helped an ex-CEO with a gambling addiction embezzle around $10 million. The former Brooklyn judge was also issued an $80,000 fine, two years of supervised release, and twenty hours of community service per week while being on supervised
Posted on: April 25, 2022, 05:52h. Last updated on: April 25, 2022, 05:52h. A former New York Supreme Court judge who helped cover up the embezzlement of $10 million from a non-profit credit union by its drug-fueled, gambling-addicted ex-CEO is heading to prison for 15 months. Former New York State
This week marked another loss for Station Casinos in its long-running battle with the Culinary and Bartenders Union after an administrative law judge ordered its Red Rock Casino to bargain with the union. Disguised Effort to Discourage Unionization The ruling issued by US Administrative Law Judge Jeffrey D. Wederkind on
New Jersey violated the terms of a 2018 consent order between the state and Atlantic County by enacting its new casino PILOT law, according to Superior Court Judge Joseph Marczyk’s ruling last Friday. The controversial law gives tax relief to Atlantic City’s casinos by removing sports and online gaming revenues
Franklin Circuit Court Judge Thomas Wingate is set to hear arguments this week about whether the suspension of Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert should be stayed pending an appeal. Attorneys for Baffert and the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission will argue before Wingate on Wednesday, March 2 at 10 a.m.