Wynn Dealers' Lawsuit


This lawsuit was brought by our office for the Las Vegas Wynn Casino dealers to stop the taking of their tips by management.  The dealers allege that they are being forced to share their tips with management employees who do not customarily receive tips, in violation of federal law.



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We currently have class action lawsuits pending against the following Nevada taxicab companies:


  • A Cab       
  • Deluxe Taxi
  • Western Cab


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Our Cases

  • Reno Taxi
  • Capital Cab

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Venetian Banquet Servers' Lawsuit


This lawsuit alleges banquet service (hospitality) workers did not receive their full share of the "service" or "gratuity" charges, typically around 20% of a banquet function bill, that was charged to customers.  Instead, the Venetian distributed some of that money to non-tipped managers or kept it for itself.


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Riverside Casino Dealers' Lawsuit


This lawsuit was brought by our office for the Riverside Casino table games dealers working in Laughlin, Nevada to stop the taking of their tips by management.  The dealers allege that they are being forced to share their tips with management employees who do not customarily receive tips, in violation of federal law.



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