A Las Vegas court has ordered First Cagayan Leisure & Resort to pay Las Vegas Sands $2 million dollars for infringing on the “Sands” trademark name. The court also order the resort to pay an additional $150,000 dollars for violating copyright laws.
The complaint wraps around the websites use of falsely affiliating the resort with the Las Vegas Sands Corporation – in hopes to lure outside gamblers to their overseas online casinos.
Las Vegas Sands is owner of several high-end and well-known resort and casino properties throughout the world including Ventian-Palazzo Resort, The Venetian Macao and the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
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