Fines, Lawsuits & Litigation

Arkansas regulator finds bias in Pope County casino license vote

In the southern American state of Arkansas and the long-running process to pick the operator for a proposed Pope County casino reportedly took another unexpected turn yesterday after regulators announced that t...

Race for fourth Arkansas casino license looks destined for court

In the southern American state of Arkansas and a lengthy legal battle now looks likely after local regulators selected an entity known as Gulfside Casino Partnership to build and operate the proposed casino for...

Pair of Oklahoma tribal gaming compacts get federal approval

In Oklahoma and the new gaming compacts Governor Kevin Stitt (pictured) agreed with two local casino-operating tribes in April have reportedly been given the go-ahead by federal officials. According to a rep...

California tribal casino plan being deliberated in court

The California State Supreme Court reportedly heard oral arguments earlier this week as part of a lawsuit that could finally see the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians given permission to build and run a new ...

Legal attempt to stop Rhode Island sportsbetting services shot down

In Rhode Island and a local psychiatrist has reportedly failed in an attempt to get the eastern American state’s successful land-based and mobile sportsbetting services declared as unconstitutional. Accordin...