Suffolk Downs racetrack, the former owners on Monday filed a $1 billion federal lawsuit against Wynn Resorts, alleging the casino giant. This allegation was regarding the frequently obtained license for its Everett gaming palace at the expenditure of Suffolk, which is the initial front-runner for the license of Greater Boston.
In page number 37 many such allegations of civil complaint has been filed by Sterling Suffolk Racecourse LLC against Wynn Resorts. These have been aired prior to the legal proceedings.
Including the ousted founder Steve Wynn the suit currently names current and former Wynn executive, and FBT Everett Realty, one of the leading companies that has been selling its land to Wynn Resorts for the casino as their defendants.
The filing states few words regarding it that the suit currently presents the very situation the RICO statute.. this was basically adopted to address one of the criminal enterprise which would be competing by unfair means with legitimate businesses through a definite pattern of racketeering.
On Tuesday this claim was rejected by Wynn Resorts.
Further the Wynn Company added to it that the current lawsuit was brought by Richard Fields, who is an unsuccessful applicant for the licenses given to Wynn Resorts. The claims he has presented are baseless and don’t play any role in the current discussion. They would jointly mount a vigorous defense.
Civil filing takes efforts and identifies Fields as one of the head company who plays a role as major investor in the Sterling Suffolk Racecourse.
It was the requirement of the state law which stated that all the casino applicants would disclose any of the criminal ties or wrong actions among their partners and investors. This was one of the field were Wynn resorts failed to do so prior to the time when state Gaming Commission provided a license to the company in the year 2014.