Lawsuit seek payout for guests, gamblers after hack at Caesars Entertainment
Patrons of Caesars Entertainment properties in Atlantic City and elsewhere are seeking damages in a class action lawsuit in federal court here.
The suit, filed by a Woodbury attorney, alleges damages of more than $5 million for gamblers and guests affected when hackers accessed customers’ private information in Caesars’ computer system in September.
The Nevada-based firm’s 51 properties include Caesars, Harrah’s and Tropicana casino-hotels in Atlantic City.
The suit seeks court approval to represent all people whose personal identification information was compromised in the data breach. Jim Walsh-Courier Post