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GTECH Files Reply Brief in Fun 5’s Case

GTECH (IGT) filed its Reply Brief in the Austin Court of Appeals.  In its brief, GTECH maintains that it did not exercise any discretion when it decided to use misleading language on the Fun 5’s scratch-off tickets.  GTECH urges the Court of Appeals to overrule the trial court and to hold that GTECH is entitled to immunity from the fraud claims brought by approximately 1,000 Texas lottery players.  A copy of GTECH’s Reply Brief can be viewed by clicking >>here<<.

8 Comments

  1. Cruz & Soledad

    So what is the next step? I hope this corporation does not get away with keeping our money!!!!

  2. J smith

    How in plan English can someone explain to getch they don’t have immunity. My god I guess they dont remember signing that they work alone getch when commen sense gone kick in.

  3. Disgruntled Texas citizen

    Like I’ve said before..
    Since when was gambling a government function?

  4. Linda

    Did the oral arguments take place this month?

  5. Alfred Carlin

    What’s the latest on the fun fives lawsuit? I haven’t heard anything lately. Please let me know what’s happening.

  6. Janice

    Is there an attorney who will handle ny case? I just found my ticket.

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