Illinois Gaming Board accused of wrongfully shutting down video gaming machines

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | May 24, 2018

The operator of a chain of storefront video gaming parlors is suing the Illinois Gaming Board for allegedly violating the Open Meetings Act (OMA).

CHICAGO — The operator of a chain of storefront video gaming parlors is suing the Illinois Gaming Board for allegedly violating the Open Meetings Act (OMA).

Dolly's Cafe LLC, which does business as Lulu's Place, filed a complaint on May 16 in Cook County Circuit Court, alleging the defendant shut down its video game machines without due process or authority. The plaintiff holds the defendant responsible for allegedly failing to keep the machines running until a hearing could be held. 

The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks a declaratory judgment against the defendant, plus expenses, attorney's fees, costs and any other relief that the court deems just. The plaintiff is represented by Charles J. Zuganelis in Chicago.

Cook County Circuit Court case number 18-CH-6314

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