Anthony Cabot In The News

Profile: Anthony Cabot

September 28, 2021
Station Casinos and some UNLV professors who follow the gaming sector disagree with the Culinary Workers Union on the best approach to rehire workers. About 21,000 employees, representing about a third of the union’s membership, remain out of work following the COVID-19 outbreak.
August 25, 2021
Two gaming law professors question whether a proposed $10,000 fine against Carson City, Nev. saloon, Timbers, is a sufficient penalty for its alleged second round of face mask violations. Regulators have the option to take away the establishment’s gaming license.
August 9, 2021
In two weeks, students will return to classes at UNLV.
July 7, 2021
The decision by executives at Resorts World Las Vegas to offer consumers a completely cashless gaming and non-gaming experience will have an impact on the wider market as consumers begin to demand the same experience at other properties, according to several industry analysts.
July 1, 2021
Interstate online poker could reportedly soon be rolled out across the United States after the administration of President Joseph Biden yesterday declined to appeal a January ruling that had affirmed the current legality of such activities.
June 29, 2021
Some degree of uncertainty will persist without action from DOJ, Congress or both, but it should not stop the proliferation of interstate US online poker, most attourneys agree.
June 21, 2021
Money that The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas was to pay O.J. Simpson to settle a legal dispute reportedly will be sent instead to Fred Goldman. He is the father of the late Ron Goldman.
June 21, 2021
It’s not known when re-tendering will take place, but sooner or later gambling concessions and sub-concessions will be called up. And when that happens there will be some problems on the table.