WYNN CASINO DEALERS TIP LAWSUIT INFORMATION WEBSITE
UPDATE OF OCTOBER 4, 2011
On August 12, 2011 Judge Cory of the Clark County District Court heard arguments from the attorneys for the Wynn dealers and the the Wynn casino. Judge Cory will make a decision on whether to uphold, or modify, the Nevada Labor Commissioner's decision. He did not indicate at that hearing what he would decide, but he did take a great deal of time to listen to the arguments of the attorneys and ask questions. He has not, as of this date, rendered a decision. If he does not render a decision favorable to the Wynn dealers the attorneys running this website intend to appeal his decision to the Nevada Supreme Court. You can view a video copy of the argument before Judge Cory by clicking here.
UPDATE OF JULY 12, 2010
TODAY THE NEVADA LABOR COMMISSIONER ISSUED HIS MOST DISAPPOINTING DECISION UPHOLDING THE WYNN TIP POOL POLICY. YOU CAN READ A COPY OF THAT DECISION HERE. THE ATTORNEYS RUNNING THIS WEBSITE PLAN TO APPEAL THAT DECISION AND DO NOT EXPECT A FINAL RESOLUTION OF THAT APPEAL UNTIL SOMETIME IN 2011. ADDITIONAL UPDATES ON THAT APPEAL PROCESS WILL BE POSTED ON THIS WEBSITE.
UPDATE OF MAY 4, 2010
You can read our Post-Hearing Reply Brief to the Nevada Labor Commissioner by downloading it here. Briefing and hearing, as scheduled by the Labor Commissioner, is now completed. We await a decision from him. If that decision is not favorable to the dealers we intend to appeal that decision. The process of bringing such appeal to conclusion could take a year or more. Please return to this website for further updates.
UPDATE OF MARCH 23, 2009
Please Read Our Recently Submitted Post-Hearing Brief to the Nevada Labor Commissioner. Download here. You can download the Exhibits mentioned in the Brief here but not Exhibit "C" which is the public filings for the Wynn Casino as they are very long financial records and are not included in this copy.
We will keep you informed of further developments.
Who are the Attorneys Suing Wynn and What Have They Been Doing?
The attorneys involved with this website are Leon Greenberg, Mark Thierman, J.P. Kemp and Robin Potter. We have been seeking justice on behalf of all the Wynn dealers. We are prosecuting an Administrative Complaint with the Nevada Labor Commissioner seeking an Order returning the tips taken from all Wynn casino dealers. You can open and download a copy of the Administrative Complaint HERE. Although no one can predict whether our efforts will be successful or unsuccessful, we will continue our fight for all Wynn dealers. We have over 50 years of collective experience in the labor law area, including decades of experience in collecting unpaid wages and other compensation owed to workers. We fought to have the Wynn dealers’ case heard by the Court and determined by a jury of ordinary persons. We believe it is clearly better for the dealers to have their case decided by a jury and not a Judge or a group of Judges or a politically appointed government bureaucrat. Unfortunately our attempt to get a jury trial on the dealers’ case was rejected by the Nevada Supreme Court. As a result, the Wynn dealers’ case must first be ruled upon by a government official, the Nevada Labor Commissioner, and then reviewed by a District Court Judge and finally by the Justices of the Nevada Supreme Court.
You Can Keep Informed of Developments at this Website
Please visit our "case information" page if you wish to see more information regarding the history of this case. This website will be updated when additional information becomes available. You can contact this office by email at attorney at wynnlawsuit.com.
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