Practice Areas & Industries: Adams and Reese LLP

 





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Practice/Industry Group Overview

Gaming is a complex, highly-regulated, and constantly evolving industry. Our attorneys and advisors understand all aspects of casino, resort, and restaurant development. They are well-versed in all aspects of casino and resort development including the establishment, expansion, and operation of a project, as well as federal, state and local regulations that impact the industry. These are complex procedures that require in-depth knowledge of the government agencies, processes and regulations.

Our Attorneys

Our Gaming Law attorneys and advisors have experience in all aspects of gaming, licensing, regulatory compliance, governmental relations and lobbying, maritime, banking and financing, real estate, business, corporate and securities, tax, labor and employment, intellectual property, and litigation. 

We are well-positioned to assist clients with every need from securing land, structuring financing and obtaining contracts to licensing and contract closing. We provide the level of responsiveness and dedication that gaming clients require from the establishment, expansion, and operation of a project to all federal, state and local regulations that impact it.

Core Practice and Clients

We assist clients in securing land, structuring financing, and obtaining contracts to licensing, contract closings, and operations for:

  • Hotels / Resorts / Restaurants
  • Gaming Owners and Operators
  • Tribal and Riverboat Interests
  • Equipment Manufacturers and Distributors
  • Vendors and Suppliers
  • Technology Providers
  • Software Developers
  • Investors, Developers, and Private Equity Firms

Representative Matters:

  • Acquisitions
  • Transactions
  • Financing
  • Business reorganization
  • Lease agreements
  • Property procurement
  • Construction
  • Zoning and permits
  • Licensing
  • Local, state and federal representations before regulatory entities
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Tax issues
  • Vendor contracts