Ameristar Casinos v. Resorts Intl. Holdings


02/19/10 – 02/19/10


Hearing on motion to dismiss.

Via SEC filings: "East Chicago Property Tax Litigation. On April 10, 2008, ACI and its wholly owned subsidiary, Ameristar East Chicago Holdings, LLC, filed a complaint for fraud, equitable fraud, breach of contract, intentional breach of contract and indemnity against Resorts International Holdings, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, in the Delaware Court of Chancery. The complaint alleges that Resorts intentionally misrepresented and concealed from ACI and AECH that Resorts had received notice of an unexpected 248% increase in the tax assessor's assessed value of the Resorts East Chicago real property improvements after ACI had entered into the purchase agreement with Resorts to acquire the ownership interest in Resorts East Chicago and prior to the closing of the acquisition. The complaint further alleges that, knowing the property tax liability relating to the real property improvements would likewise increase dramatically, Resorts kept this information secret from ACI and AECH, thereby breaching representations, warranties and covenants in the purchase agreement. The complaint seeks damages in an amount to be established at trial and other relief. "

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Plaintiff's attorney, Richard Rollo, argues on behalf of Ameristar Casinos, Inc. -- Clip 1


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