Slots Dealer Pays $3M To Settle Casino Game Copyright Suit

Law360, New York (September 10, 2013, 1:15 PM EDT) -- A slot machine dealer has agreed to pay $3 million to end a copyright and trademark lawsuit brought by casino game manufacturer WMS Gaming Inc. alleging the dealer sold counterfeit versions of “Super Jackpot Party” and other popular games of chance, according to court documents filed Monday in Arizona.

U.S. District Judge Roslyn O. Silver signed off on a consent decree between WMS and David Heller, the owner of Phoenix-based The Slots Warehouse LLC, to end the lawsuit. According to the agreement, Heller admitted that his...
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Case Title

WMS Gaming Incorporated v. Slots Warehouse LLC et al.,


Case Number

2:12-cv-02455

Court

Arizona

Nature of Suit

Property Rights: Copyright

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Roslyn O Silver

Date Filed

November 13, 2012

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