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Questions About Casino Issues, E-Sports, Or Other Gaming Industry Topics?
If you have a legal question about a gaming issue, you should speak to a gaming attorney to discuss this complicated area of the law. Whether you are involved in playing or operating casino gaming, racetrack betting, sweepstakes, internet gaming, daily fantasy sports, or competitive E-Sports, gaming law has many unique aspects that need to be analyzed by an attorney with extensive experience in this field.
In this section of our website, you will find a list of some of the best lawyers and law firms in this field. Browse the list so that you can make an informed decision while searching for legal services.
Gaming Law Topics
State regulations: These can range from issues related to a gaming license and dealing with a gaming control board, to conforming with state lottery rules, to matters involving employment law and who is eligible to work at a casino or other betting establishment as a part of gaming operations. Just a few of the states and cities where these regulations typically differ are Nevada (including Las Vegas and Reno), New Jersey (including Atlantic City), New York, New Mexico, and California.
Property and operations issues: Casino operators and those who operate other gambling locations need to address a variety of issues related to real estate and operations. These include land use issues, zoning compliance, and other regulatory matters that affect all aspects of gaming operations. These operators may also need assistance negotiating contracts or resolving commercial litigation claims with equipment manufacturers and other similar vendors.
Native American gaming topics: Gaming companies and gaming clients may need assistance from a gaming lawyer when dealing with the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) and provisions of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.
Evolving regulations: Gaming operators and those who play games (including online gaming and those who participate in daily fantasy sports) need to stay up-to-date on relevant laws and regulations. This includes things such as how the Wire Act and other gaming-related parts of the law are being interpreted by the Supreme Court of the United States and lower courts. It also includes matters related to state agencies, government commissions, regulatory agencies, and other and legislative bodies.
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