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Tennessee Lottery officials respond to lawsuit
The Tennessee Attorney General's office says a Fayetteville man can't sue the lottery on grounds he could have won a million dollars.The state also claims in its motion filed last week that the lawsuit by Dennis Perry was filed in the wrong county and any damages would be purely speculative. Perry won 10 thousand dollars in the lottery's first one million dollar drawing on June 26th.He sued after the lottery failed to follow the rules it set for the drawing. He claims that it eliminated the ran
Sep 7, 2004, 10:02 am - Todd - Lottery News

New lawsuit claims Indiana Lottery did not award all prizes
Man who spent $40,000 on lottery sues to get money back; lawsuit claims Hoosier Lottery overstated number, amount of prizes in 'Cash Blast' game Two men filed a lawsuit Friday against the Hoosier Lottery, seeking class-action status as a result of the lottery's admitted misrepresentation of the number and amount of prizes available in a scratch-off game. Jeff Frazer, Carmel, and Jeff Koehlinger, Auburn, seek reimbursement in the lawsuit filed in Marion County for the losses they incurred w
Jan 6, 2007, 9:07 pm - Todd - Lottery News

Infamous lottery scammer says US computerized lottery drawings remain fatally flawed
Eddie Tipton warned them. As the head of IT at the Multi-State Lottery Association, Tipton pulled aside his boss and told him the computer software that randomly selected the winning numbers for million-dollar games in as many as 17 states had a terrible flaw. It wasn't really random. Though his boss listened, Tipton told state investigators that other officials with the nation's chief lottery system did not. They told him to fix it, then moved on. A disgruntled Tipton made some upda
Mar 19, 2018, 8:32 am - Todd - Lottery News

Lawsuit over $315 million lottery jackpot goes to trial
A California lab technician's lawsuit seeking a share of the $315 million Mega Millions multi-state lottery jackpot divvied up by seven co-workers will go to trial. Orange County Superior Court Judge Michael Brenner on Monday set an April 2 trial date for Jonathan De La Cruz's lawsuit against the seven winners. De La Cruz said he had been part of the group that bought lottery tickets, but was off the day they bought the winning ticket. His lawsuit, filed in December, contends the group had
Jun 6, 2006, 7:06 pm - Todd - Lottery News

Florida's biggest Powerball winner sues her own son after winnings squandered
The article actually explains the lawsuit is based on Gloria asking for a conservative investment It's the defendant's lawyer's motion to dismiss that claims that the lawsuit is based on the son introducing her to an advisor who simply did what she wanted. It's a fairly safe assumption that the lawsuit is based on somebody thinking the son and advisor aren't acting in Gloria's interest and doing as good a job as they're capable of, but all we should be really certain of is that the two side
Apr 13, 2019, 9:25 pm - KY Floyd - Lottery News

Florida's biggest Powerball winner sues her own son after winnings squandered
The initial lawsuit was dismissed Feb. 14, and an amended version was filed March 6. Tuesday in Jacksonville, Judge Virginia Norton heard a 20-page motion to dismiss the amended lawsuit, filed by attorneys Lee Wedekind III and Dell Chappell, representing Scott Mackenzie. Did you miss where the Judge hasn't decided whether this amended lawsuit should be dismissed too? It has not been ruled on yet. But the motion says the lawsuit is solely based on allegations that Scott Mackenzie introduced
Apr 11, 2019, 10:57 pm - Stack47 - Lottery News

Wisconsin woman's lottery winnings withheld by state due to unpaid debts
The only bar to a lawsuit would be the standing of the plaintiff to sue or no issue or fact or law in dispute. No language can make a person or entity 100% immune from a lawsuit 99% of the time. The exceptions are not worth me taking the time to explain. Do you follow me?
May 20, 2018, 9:59 am - Artist77 - Lottery News

Judge gives Wyoming Lottery 15 days to amend lawsuit
A state judge is giving the Wyoming Lottery Corporation 15 days to amend its lawsuit that seeks to block a local man from criticizing the corporation. The corporation filed a lawsuit this spring against Edward Atchison of Cheyenne. The suit alleges that Atchison told national lottery groups the corporation wasn't following its statutory mandates and needs to do more to address problem gambling. The Wyoming Legislature authorized the corporation in 2013. Tickets went on sale last year. C
Dec 1, 2015, 10:15 am - Todd - Lottery News

Beware of sharks swimming in your office lottery pool
It doesn't matter what anyone here thinks.You are just setting yourself up for a lawsuit.It happens almost everytime that someone joins a pool that doesn't have a contrct spelling out the rules of the pool.H3ll,it happens even if you DO have a contract.Pools are no good,period!This just my opinion,others will tell you otherwise.I suspect they just like to read about the lawsuit,though.
Nov 28, 2012, 6:15 pm - Cletu$2 - Lottery News

Ontario Lottery tries to recover $12.5M insider win
Chung family created 'spider web' of properties, bank accounts More than seven years after a Toronto-area woman cashed in a stolen $12.5 million Lotto Super 7 ticket, Ontario's lottery corporation is trying to recoup the money, but the lengthy wait may have cost the Crown agency. CBC News has learned that the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) filed a lawsuit in March against the woman who claimed the ticket, Kathleen Chung, and her family and associated companies for deliberatel
Nov 15, 2011, 8:33 am - Todd - Lottery News