Mandalay Settles With Nev. Regulators Over Drug Sting

Law360, New York (March 21, 2014, 2:24 PM EDT) -- Nevada gambling regulators on Thursday agreed to accept Mandalay Corp.'s offer to pay a $500,000 fine and cover $17,000 in investigation expenses to settle a complaint tied to a drug and prostitution sting that went down at Mandalay's Las Vegas casino.

The settlement was accepted in a unanimous vote by the Nevada Gaming Commission, closing the book on a complaint filed by the commission earlier this year, which threatened the casino's license. The MGM Resorts International-owned Mandalay will be indemnified for the fine by House of...
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