Former Wynn Resorts GC Moves To Toss $1B RICO Suit

By Mike Curley (April 22, 2019, 5:15 PM EDT) -- The former general counsel for Wynn Resorts urged a Massachusetts federal court on Monday to toss a Boston racetrack's $1 billion suit accusing Wynn and others of conspiring to cheat it out of a casino license, saying it hasn't shown there was a racketeering conspiracy among the defendants.

Kimmarie Sinatra, who stepped down as Wynn Resorts Ltd.'s general counsel after news of the allegations against embattled billionaire developer Steve Wynn, told the court that Sterling Suffolk Racecourse LLC's complaint did not allege the parties coordinated in the kind of long-running, consistent conspiracy that a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations, or RICO, suit requires....

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