Bloomberg Law
June 1, 2018, 7:24 PM

Six Wynn Employees Bring Sex Discrimination Claims to EEOC

Edvard Pettersson
Edvard Pettersson
Bloomberg News

Six current Wynn Resorts Ltd. employees have gone to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission with sexual discrimination and retaliation allegations against the Las Vegas casino operator.

The employees’ claims pertain to the sexual misconduct allegations that forced the company’s founder Steve Wynn to step down as chief executive officer and chairman in February, according to their lawyer, Kathleen England.

The EEOC investigation was disclosed this week when England filed an objection to destruction of relevant evidence in the recently settled lawsuit between Steve Wynn, his ex-wife, Elaine Wynn, and his former business partner, Kazuo Okada. England declined to discuss her ...

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