Casino Control Commission Forgoes Disciplinary Action For Employee Accused of TheftPublished: Dec 22, 2016 by Doug Graff
It is a sad reality that in today’s difficult job market that a simple mistake or misunderstanding with a previous employer can follow you and hinder your ability to gain a new position. Not long ago, a man working in a casino found himself in a very precarious position when allegations regarding his failure to pay for an item in the cafeteria not only led to his dismissal, but also the revocation of his casino license by the Ohio Casino Control Commission. Since the man was now unable to continue working in his desired field because of this theft-related incident, the man decided to explore his available options and contacted the veteran Ohio professional license attorneys at Graff & McGovern, LPA.
The legal team diligently represented this client and litigated the issue through the 8th District Court of Appeals. By utilizing their collective experience, the attorneys with Graff & McGovern zealously worked on his behalf and secured a new hearing. In the end, the commission was persuaded to forgo pursuing another disciplinary action against him, in addition to reimbursing over $7500 for this client’s legal expenses. The man was very relieved to have this weight lifted, which now allowed him to seek new employment opportunities.
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