Corporate Event Disaster Costs Atlantic City Casino

The Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort has been ordered to pay a company more than $200,000 in damages and fees as a result of a corporate event that went seriously awry.

In a decision handed down earlier this month, a New Jersey appellate court found that the Atlantic City hotel violated the state’s Consumer Fraud Act when it guaranteed 60 room reservations for a corporate holiday party in December 2001 but failed to provide almost half of the rooms.

The Trump Taj Mahal argued tha

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