Philly Casino Sues Pa. Board To Stop Potential Rival

Law360, New York (August 1, 2013, 1:23 PM EDT) -- The minority partners in Philadelphia’s SugarHouse Casino sued the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board in the state’s Commonwealth Court on Monday, seeking to block it from reissuing a second casino license in the city that it had previously revoked from a rival.

The partnership, RPRS Gaming LP, contends that the state’s Gaming Act does not give the Gaming Control Board the authority to reissue a license that it had previously revoked from the would-be rival Foxwoods casino to a new applicant.

SugarHouse is currently is the only...
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