Dix Hills, NY (PRWEB) July 11, 2010
In what could become a landmark ruling, the Nevada Supreme Court will decide if two New York inventors get a trial against slot machine industry giants Bally Gaming and International Game Technology and others. At issue is the inventors' Slot-Sweepstakes!™game, which childhood friends Steven Brandstetter and James Devlin started developing in 1998.The Nevada Supreme Court case number is 54229.
The case was originally filed in the Eighth Judicial District Court of Clark County, Nevada in 2008. The Nevada District Court case number is 08A571641. In 2009 the Nevada District Court removed the inventors' attorneys, denied the inventors a trial, and awarded attorney's fees to two of the five defendants.
Co-inventor Steven Brandstetter successfully filed for appeal in proper person with the Nevada Supreme Court which issued an order in November of 2009 where they decided that a complete review of the case is warranted. More recently in an unprecedented ruling, the Nevada District Court turned over the inventors' appeal rights to defendant Bally Gaming. The Nevada Supreme Court's ruling here could have an impact on similar cases throughout the country.
About J&S Gaming, Inc.:
Based in New York, childhood friends James Devlin and Steven Brandstetter started J&S Gaming, Inc. which has created casino games and owns strategic intellectual property in the lottery and casino gaming industries. For more information, please visit the Company's website at http://www.lotterypeeps.com or see us on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/MrMillions777#p/u .
J&S Gaming, Inc.
Steven Brandstetter, President
12 May Hill Lane
Dix Hills, NY 11746
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