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A Washington, D.C., federal judge correctly stopped supervising Hilton Hotels and Resorts’ compliance with a permanent injunction in an Employee Retirement Income Security Act case, a D.C. Circuit panel held Friday, saying the hotel chain has taken steps to comply with the injunction.
A D.C. federal judge on Friday said Connecticut and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe can renew their suit against the U.S. Department of the Interior over a gambling agreement and a proposed casino, allowing them to claim that the DOI’s actions were improperly influenced by the White House or Nevada lawmakers.
Radian Group Inc. reportedly held unsuccessful deal talks, Thomas Cook Group PLC is mulling a sale of its airline unit, and Tokyo Commodity Exchange and the owner of the Tokyo Stock Exchange have agreed to merge.
The New Hampshire Lottery Commission on Friday launched a legal challenge to the U.S. Department of Justice's January finding that the federal Wire Act's prohibitions against interstate gambling apply to non-sports betting.
A Texas federal judge has ruled that the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo can no longer offer bingo at an El Paso facility, saying the tribe's electronic bingo machines as well as its more traditional bingo games violated state and federal law.