Harrah's Entertainment

The former chief executive of Caesars Entertainment, Wally Barr, has filed a class action lawsuit against the world's largest gambling company. The case was filed on behalf of hundreds of former Caesars' employees and claims Harrah owes them millions of dollars for their stock options. Harrah's purchased Caesars for $9 billion, yet refused to buy employee stocks at a fair price. A 1998 incentive plan covered Caesars option holders and should have given them the highest share price paid for their common stock in connection with the merger.

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If you were an employee of Caesars and held stock options, you may qualify for damages or remedies that may be awarded in a possible class action lawsuit. Please fill in our form on the right to submit your complaint and we will have a lawyer review your Harrah's Entertainment complaint.

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