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17 May 2016

Fatma E. Marouf Co-Director of the Immigration Clinic University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law, Sameer M. Ashar, Irvine School of Law, Jennifer J. Rosenbaum, Yale Law School

Full report: "Banking on Unsafe Working Conditions"

This report examines working conditions for employees of Station Casinos LLC, which is the third largest private employer in Nevada.1 The report is based on interviews with 101 employees and raises serious human rights concerns related primarily to casino and hotel workers’ health and safety. Deutsche Bank, a multinational corporation based in Frankfurt, Germany is a partial owner of the company...Deutsche Bank was informed of the human rights concerns discussed in this report, it responded by asserting that it had no role to play since it no longer had governance rights and previously had agreed not to interfere in Station Casinos’ operations...

Part of the following timelines

USA: Bericht zum Portfolio der Deutschen Bank - Vorwürfe zu ausbeuterischer Arbeit in Hotels & Kasinos in Las Vegas

USA: Report alleges Deutsche Bank ignores exploitative labour in its portfolio’s hotels & casinos; company response & NGO rejoinder provided