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New Orleans Casino Employees Gain COVID-19 Job Protection

Employees that work in the casino sector of New Orleans have won job protections connected to the COVID-19 pandemic. The past year has not been one where people felt like they had job security. When the COVID-19 pandemic began, many employers had to... Read More

First Nations File Lawsuit Against Alberta for iGaming Site

After Play Alberta launched online, the First Nations decided to sue the government claiming the province has no right to offer such gambling options. When it comes to tribal gaming and commercial options, the legalities can get tricky. In the United... Read More

National Health Service Calls for Addiction Help in the UK

The NHS says that gambling addiction numbers are up and that operators need to provide more funds for services. The National Health Service (NHS) of the UK is calling for gambling firms to provide more financial assistance for addiction services in the... Read More

Supreme Judicial Court to Hear Massachusetts Blackjack Case

The Supreme Judicial Court will hear a case this week involving Encore Boston Harbor and MGM Springfield offering less favorable odds in blackjack games. An interesting case will be heard by the Supreme Judicial Court this week, involving two casinos... Read More

More Violent Acts Occur in the US at Casino Venues

Violence seems to be prevalent in the United States as of late with casinos in Mississippi and Connecticut Affected. Violence seems to be an unfortunate occurrence in the United States lately, particularly in casino venues. Almost every week, a casino... Read More

Police Find Las Vegas Shooting Suspects with Multiple Guns

Two individuals from Texas were arrested last week on charges connected to a Strip shooting, with police finding a bag of guns on the suspects. The violence in Las Vegas seems to be never ending. Almost every weekend, there is some sort of disturbance,... Read More

Which Casino Plan Will Richmond Choose?

Three companies are in the running for a casino in Richmond, Virginia, with more details provided on each plan this week. In the early stages of the casino licensing process, there were six companies vying for a spot as the operator to offer a casino... Read More

Former Encore Boston Harbor Employee Files Lawsuit

A former employee of the Encore Boston Harbor has filed a new lawsuit claiming she was fired from the casino because she was pregnant. There are many reasons to fire someone. If a person does not do their job correctly, is always late, or causes... Read More

MGM and Caesars Offering COVID-19 Vaccines to Employees

Two major gaming companies in Las Vegas are providing COVID-19 vaccinations to all employees in the region. In the state of Nevada, the gaming industry is steadily working its way towards recovery after the brutal hit by COVID-19. After the onset of... Read More

Wynn Resorts Set to Pay Game Dealers in $5.6m Settlement

Wynn Resorts must pay $5.6 million to 1,000 former and current table game dealers as part of a tipping case settlement. In the workforce, employment positions that accept tips can be tricky. There are rules and regulations to go by, both by the... Read More