Pa.'s Parx Casino Loses Challenge To Rival's ID Policy

Law360, New York (April 22, 2013, 6:21 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court on Monday rejected Parx Casino’s challenge to a Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board order that allowed a rival casino, attached to a hotel, to allow some of its customers to enter the gaming floor without first producing identification.

The three-judge panel concluded that Valley Forge Convention Center Partners LP’s access control plan, which enables hotel guests and event attendees to reach the casino by swiping a card, did not violate the state’s gaming law.

Parx owner Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment Inc. sought to...
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