Top Rated Gaming Lawyer Intermill Law Serving Saint Paul, MN (Minneapolis, MN)
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Are you the owner of a casino or race track?
Do you work for a company that provides products for lotteries?
The gaming industry is a unique and complex industry requiring knowledgeable expertise.
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Gaming attorneys handle individuals and businesses that operate or provide services and equipment for casinos, greyhound and horse race tracks, sweepstakes and lotteries.
They advise clients on a broad range of topics including regulatory compliance, licensing, and general business matters.
Often gaming lawyers have a wide knowledge of state, federal, Internet, and Native American gaming laws.
Gaming attorneys listed here are recognized by their peers for their professional achievements making it easy to find a reputable lawyer that fits your needs.
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