Borgata won't "accept the fact that former Borgata employees would rather be employed by Ocean," the latter claims in the latest brief.
Borgata amended its complaint, asserting that Ocean has hired away 10 additional employees on top of the execs at the center of the suit.
The court battle between the horsemen and the leagues ended quietly, with nothing close to the windfall the horsemen once sought.
Borgata is asserting that a former exec now with Ocean possesses an "intelligence report" on million-dollar customers.
A pair of Ocean Resort Casino executives have asked a judge to throw out a lawsuit filed against them by the former senior VP of the casino.
A pair of New Jersey gaming experts weigh in on the DraftKings messenger betting controversy, which ended up negating a $3 million bet.
The former Borgata exec who now works for rival Ocean still hasn't turned over his cell phone, and the two sides cite different reasons.
Philadelphia-based law firm Blank Rome, which represents Ocean, augmented its claim that Jackson Lewis, Borgata's counsel, be disqualified.