Gambling Giant Sued for Millions

Even one of the richest men in the world may be feeling a little hot around the collar when they’re faced with a $375 million lawsuit.  Sheldon Adelson, who owns the Las Vegas Sands Corp., is being sued in a Macau court by Asian American Entertainment Corp, which claims that he earned himself a lucrative gaming license in Macau in an unorthodox manner.  The Asian group claims that Adelson breached an existing contract by going behind its back to form a partnership with another company.   Adelson has 3 months to reply to the accusations, enough time to sweat it out and find himself a great lawyer!


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