NHSUPCO: Lakes Region Gaming & a. v. Jeremey Miller regarding Lakes Region Greyhound Track
We agree with the plaintiffs that paragraph 10 did not allow Miller to use Lakes Region Gaming’s assets to enrich himself. Miller’s argument is premised upon his mistaken assumption that the purchase rights and escrowed deposit did not belong to Lakes Region Gaming. However, the trial court found that both of these assets belonged to Lakes Region Gaming, and given Miller’s failure to challenge this finding on appeal, we uphold it.
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