As the Seeno family and current and former associates appear in more and more litigation, sorting out who's who can be difficult.
Here are those listed in Wednesday's lawsuit: Plaintiff: Bradley Mamer, of Clark County, Nev., worked for 17 years in Wingfield Nevada Group and its predecessor company. He rose to CEO and president, and now is suing his former bosses. Defendant: Albert Seeno Jr., 68, of Clayton, owns interests in numerous Nevada casinos and California development and construction companies. Seeno Jr., his brother and son own companies worth in excess of $4 billion and the collective net worth of the trio as individuals is between $100 million and $2 billion, according to a lawsuit. Defendant: Albert Seeno III, 38, of Pittsburg, is the son of Albert Jr. and has pieces of companies similar to what his father owns. Defendant: Thomas Seeno, 73, of Alamo, is the older brother of Albert Jr. and went into business with Harvey Whittemore in 2004 to become part owner of Wingfield Nevada Group. Defendant: Michael Ghiorso, 59, of Dublin, is Wingfield Nevada Group's director of operations and in 2008 was fined $60,000 by the state insurance commissioner and denied a license, according to the suit. Defendant: Kevin McCauley, a licensed CPA, is the CFO of Albert D. Seeno Construction.