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Gaming

The Firm’s gaming attorneys have experience in numerous aspects of the industry, including representing casino owners and operators, gaming equipment suppliers and distributors, vendors, and other companies that invest in or provide services to the gaming industry.

Our work in this industry includes representing national and international clients seeking:

  • Development, mezzanine, and permanent financing;
  • Gaming licenses;
  • Key employee licensure; and
  • Lobbying services

Examples of our attorneys’ recent successes in representing gaming clients include:

  • Obtaining one of the first supplier licenses under Pennsylvania’s Gaming Act.
  • Drafting and implementing the gaming legislation in the State of Colorado.
  • Representing the State of Colorado with respect to Indian gaming compacts with the two federally recognized Indian tribes located in Colorado.
  • Advising the government of Mongolia on gaming and business structuring issues including taxation of gaming activities.
  • Preparing and filing voluminous licensing applications on behalf of the primary licensee, affiliated entities, principals, and key employees, and working with applicable gaming authorities to resolve licensing disputes and issues.
  • Representing the developer of a casino and its former president in action involving breach of agreement to acquire bonds used to finance the casino’s development.
  • Representing a casino in action against an insurer and insurance broker asserting claims for breach of contract and professional liability related to the insurance policy covering the casino’s construction.
  • Representing numerous casino gaming companies, both domestic and international, on regulatory, licensing, and operational matters.
  • Representing clients from Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Canada, and South and Central America in numerous gaming and financing transactions.
  • Representing clients in connection with development financing, mezzanine financing, and permanent financing.

Recent Successes

The Firm’s gaming attorneys have experience in numerous aspects of the industry, including representing casino owners and operators, gaming equipment suppliers and distributors, vendors, and other companies that invest in or provide services to the gaming industry.

Our work in this industry includes representing national and international clients seeking:

  • Development, mezzanine, and permanent financing;
  • Gaming licenses;
  • Key employee licensure; and
  • Lobbying services

Examples of our attorneys’ recent successes in representing gaming clients include:

  • Obtaining one of the first supplier licenses under Pennsylvania’s Gaming Act.
  • Drafting and implementing the gaming legislation in the State of Colorado.
  • Representing the State of Colorado with respect to Indian gaming compacts with the two federally recognized Indian tribes located in Colorado.
  • Advising the government of Mongolia on gaming and business structuring issues including taxation of gaming activities.
  • Preparing and filing voluminous licensing applications on behalf of the primary licensee, affiliated entities, principals, and key employees, and working with applicable gaming authorities to resolve licensing disputes and issues.
  • Representing the developer of a casino and its former president in action involving breach of agreement to acquire bonds used to finance the casino’s development.
  • Representing a casino in action against an insurer and insurance broker asserting claims for breach of contract and professional liability related to the insurance policy covering the casino’s construction.
  • Representing numerous casino gaming companies, both domestic and international, on regulatory, licensing, and operational matters.
  • Representing clients from Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Canada, and South and Central America in numerous gaming and financing transactions.
  • Representing clients in connection with development financing, mezzanine financing, and permanent financing.