Palmer land owners sue Mohegan Sun

***Update*** The lawsuit has been filed in Hampden County Superior Court, according to one of Northeast’s attorney’s.

Here is a statement from one of Northeast Realty’s lawyers:

We at Northeast Realty are very disappointed that we have come to the point of litigation with Mohegan Sun.  We made every effort and extended every opportunity for Mohegan to discuss with us a mutually acceptable resolution of our differences.  At every turn, Mohegan refused to engage in any substantive discussions, and finally we felt that we had no alternative but to pursue our legal remedies in court.  This is not the course that we would have preferred, but we are prepared to carry forward with it aggressively in order to protect our interests.

Attorney Bob B. Rosenthal

PALMER, Mass. (WWLP) – First on 22News.  Northeast Realty, the Palmer land owners Mohegan Sun was working with, is going to file a lawsuit against Mohegan Sun on Friday.

The 22News I-Team has obtained court documents that will be filed Friday in Hampden County Superior Court.

The lawsuit alleges Mohegan Sun broke its exclusivity agreement with Northeast Realty by talking to Suffolk Downs and then moving its casino plans to Revere.

The land owners are seeking an undetermined amount of money and are trying to block Mohegan Sun from pursuing a gaming license in Revere.

Click Here to read the lawsuit

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