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Our members of the Gaming Group possess a deep understanding of the commercial, tribal and lottery gaming industries, as well as the Indiana, Midwestern and broader gaming regulatory landscapes. Our professionals have been heavily involved in the gaming space since 1993, when Indiana’s casino gaming law passed and have years of experience in state government and administration that make them well-suited to provide exemplary regulatory compliance and licensing service to gaming operators, lottery companies, lenders, investors, gaming equipment suppliers, technology suppliers and more. We are equipped to assist with general corporate, employment, zoning, financing, construction, litigation, alcohol permitting and regulatory compliance matters. The government relations professionals of Bose Public Affairs Group also assist with state and federal lobbying, executive branch lobbying and strategic communications issues affecting gaming, supplier and investor organizations.
We have represented a large number of the most prominent companies operating in the gaming industry and have assisted in gaming work all over the world, and in gaming jurisdiction in the U.S. Our approach is always tailored to the particular circumstances at hand. We have working knowledge of the gaming laws and regulations in the various jurisdictions and assist clients in understanding the regulatory environment in each. We research gaming law questions and advise clients relative to the laws and regulations they must comply with in each jurisdiction. Sometimes, because an issue is particularly controversial, or in situations where formal regulatory actions are required, we engage and supervise local counsel as needed.
Our professionals are active members of the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL), the International Association of Gaming Advisers and Global Gaming Women. Membership in IMGL is by invitation only, and in the U.S., only two gaming lawyers from each state are invited or allowed to become members. For years, the two Indiana members of IMGL have been Bose McKinney & Evans partners Doug Brown and Greg Hahn. Members of the Gaming Group frequently are invited to present at conferences on the legal, regulatory and public affairs issues affecting the gaming industry.