The Crown Resorts Ltd. saga surrounding the Crown Sydney casino property opening continues with a class-action lawsuit brought on by a group of dissatisfied shareholders, and filed by the Maurice Blackburn Lawyers. The lawsuit comes after the casino opening was delayed due to an order from the New South Wales Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority, who are waiting on the final inquiry Crown Resorts is not having a good year. That is also a gross understatement. The company likely looked forward to December 2020, a chance to close out the year after brutal hearings for the New South Wales inquiry regarding licensing, a money laundering investigation by AUSTRAC, other pending investigations, and a closed Sydney casino. As if Crown didn’t already have enough trouble as it has been denied the opportunity to open a new casino in Sydney this month, it will now have to have a class-action lawsuit over its lack of Crown Casino worker sues James Packer for allegedly assaulting him while drunk on New Year's Day and telling him 'I will throw you out of your job' Crown Resorts faces a new shareholder class action alleging investors were misled and harmed by the casino giant's dysfunctional governance which led to possible breaches of anti-money laundering Crown Casino in Melbourne is being sued for negligence by a client who suffered life-changing injuries after slipping on a spot of vomit on the casino’s floor. Michael Stephenson, the plaintiff, will always remember that night in December 2017, a night that he ended with a broken neck.. Crown Casino in Melbourne that is owned and operated by Crown Resorts may have to face hundreds of Crown's plans for a high-roller casino have been derailed. Ms Bergin is due to hand down her findings on whether Crown is fit to hold a casino licence by February.
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