CORRECTS TWO DATES IN THE FIRST SENTENCE - Gordon Oldham, senior partner at the Oldham, Li & Nie law firm, right, shows his video on the conversation with Hong Kong casino tycoon Stanley Ho held on ... more 
CORRECTS TWO DATES IN THE FIRST SENTENCE - Gordon Oldham, senior partner at the Oldham, Li & Nie law firm, right, shows his video on the conversation with Hong Kong casino tycoon Stanley Ho held on Jan. 25, during a news conference in Hong Kong, Monday, Jan. 31, 2011. Family members involved in a dispute with ailing casino baron Stanley Ho over ownership of his gambling empire said he has dropped his lawsuit against them, but a law firm representing the billionaire denied it Monday. It's yet another twist in a family feud that erupted last week over who will control Ho's stake, worth about $1.6 billion, in his casino company in Macau, the world's most lucrative gambling market. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Kin Cheung
Tue, Feb 1, 2011 4:01 PM EST