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Schnader Successful in Upholding December 2010 Decision for Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board


On Friday March 30, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by a casino operator whose $50 million casino license had been revoked by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board in December 2010, following a series of delays and missed deadlines by the operator to build a South Philadelphia gaming facility. In November 2011, an en banc Commonwealth Court panel upheld the Board's decision. A team of Schnader lawyers including James J. Eisenhower (who argued the case), Bruce P. Merenstein, Katrin C. Rowan, Elizabeth Nicolas, Carl A. Solano, and Paul H. Titus, were counsel for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board throughout the appellate proceedings.

Media coverage appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Day, and CBS Philly.