Olathe-based Butler National Corp. said it has agreed to accept a $1.32 million settlement of a larger verdict it won against Bally Gaming Inc.
The companies had gone to trial over a casino management system Butler had bought from Bally for the Boot Hill Casino & Resort in Dodge City, Kan. A federal jury awarded Butler $1.42 million in March of last year.
Butler’s chief executive said at the time that Bally Gaming couldn’t “make the system work as represented.”
Bally appealed the verdict, and the companies have agreed on a $1.32 million payment to Butler and a return of the Bally equipment related to the system.|
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