The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Caesars Palace in Las Vegas does not have to pay nearly $800,000 in additional taxes.
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The $797,790 in live entertainment tax would have been for shows at the Colosseum.
The court unanimously decided the interpretation of the law by the state Gaming Commission was “arbitrary and capricious” in assessing the amount from 2004-08, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
The Supreme Court said the wrong interpretation of the law “violated Caesars’ substantial rights.”