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3rd Circ. Revives Fee Claim In Failed Philly Casino Ch. 11

Law360, Philadelphia (January 11, 2018, 6:58 PM EST) -- The Third Circuit on Thursday revived a bid from the bankrupt developer of a failed Foxwoods casino project in Philadelphia to recoup a $50 million licensing fee paid to the state more than a decade ago.

A three-judge panel agreed that a bankruptcy court had improperly misconstrued fraudulent transfer claims leveled by a trustee for Philadelphia Entertainment & Development Partners LP as an end-run on rulings out of state court that affirmed the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s decision to revoke the project’s license.

“The trustee’s fraudulent...
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