Las Vegas Sands Told To Pay $102M In Macau License Row

Law360, Los Angeles (May 29, 2013, 9:42 PM EDT) -- A Nevada county judge on Wednesday ordered Las Vegas Sands Corp. to pay $101.6 million to a Hong Kong businessman who accused the company of skipping out on $328 million in payments it allegedly owed for his help getting a Macau gambling license, according to news reports.

The decision comes two weeks after billionaire Sheldon Adelson’s casino operator Sands was ordered by a Nevada state jury to pay $70 million to the businessman in the breach of contract suit. The jury ruled for Richard Suen, who...
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