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Another plaintiff stakes claim to IPI funds

Another plaintiff stakes claim to IPI funds

Another plaintiff is asking the court to enforce a settlement awarded against Imperial Pacific International, saying it has violated the terms of an initial agreement.

Contractor presses case for seizure of IPI assets

A key contractor in a legal dispute with Imperial Pacific International has again asked the federal court to order the U.S. Marshals Service to seize some of the company’s assets.

Former IPI contractor wins second writ of execution

Pacific Rim, a former contractor to Imperial Pacific International, has won a second writ of execution enforcing awards made in its favour against the casino operator, local media reports.
IPI proposes paying half of license fee now, half later

IPI contractor lawsuit to proceed

A U.S. District Court in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands has backed a contractor seeking $5.65 million from Imperial Pacific International, declining the company’s petition to dismiss the case.

New Silkroad unit faces Korea litigation, see no progress on Jeju IR

New Silkroad Culturtainment said its South Korean unit faces ongoing litigation on the island of Jeju, while its plans for an integrated resort there have not progressed due to financing issues.

Kazuo Okada ordered to pay almost US$200,000 in damages to Universal

Universal Entertainment issued a statement on Wednesday revealing that it has won its damages suit against its former Chairman Kazuo Okada, and that he...
Solaire, Manila

Bloomberry to appeal $296.1m court ruling

Bloomberry Resorts said it will appeal a Singapore court ruling ordering it to pay $296.1 million to the Philippine unit of U.S.-based Global Gaming Asset Management in a long-running dispute over the termination of a management services agreement.
Pagcor

PAGCOR loses appeal on Waterfront license

The Court of Appeals has denied an appeal by the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp to reverse a decision calling on the regulator to issue a license to Waterfront Philippines for a casino, local media reports.

Fox files counterclaim against GENM, seeks damages

The legal dispute between Genting Malaysia and Walt Disney’s Fox Entertainment Group has intensified after Fox filed a counterclaim seeking damages over an alleged...

Tinian workers request Federal Court ruling

Former employees of the now-shuttered Tinian Dynasty have requested the Federal Court rule in their favor with regards to a damages claim filed against...

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