Casino Gaming Law

The attorneys in Cooper Levenson’s Internet Gaming and iGaming Law practice group are at the forefront of the newest developments in legal matters related to iGaming, mobile sports wagering, esports wagering, skill gaming and social gaming. Our clients operate in jurisdictions nationally and internationally. We not only assist them in the licensing and going-live process, we help them navigate legislative and other developments.

Counsel And Representation In A Spectrum Of Interactive Gaming Matters

  • Sports wagering 
  • Esports wagering
  • Interactive casino and other gaming
  • Online poker/
  • Online skilled and social gaming
  • Sweepstakes, contests and promotions
  • Licensing and employee qualification
  • Software and Equipment approval
  • Corporate structuring
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Criminal liability
  • Contracts
  • Compliance

Mobile Gaming Matters

With clients ranging from sovereign governments to luxurious casino hotel resorts to a broad array of gaming industry vendors, Cooper Levenson’s gaming and igaming practice focuses on high quality client service. Since the inception of casino gambling in Atlantic City, we have provided legal representation to all departments of casinos, including security, construction, facilities, operations and personnel.

Respected Gaming Advisors

Cooper Levenson serves as the legal and regulatory partner to SBC Summit North America. The firm served as the legal and regulatory Advisor to Global Gaming Expo (G2E) for a dozen years as well as two other conferences, WrB and GIGse.

Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr., former President and CEO of the American Gaming Association said: “Cooper Levenson led the genesis of gaming law as a field of practice back in the 1970s, and since then the firm has been instrumental in both developing and implementing all aspects of gaming law. Their valuable experience in setting gaming standards will influence the way complex regulatory and legal matters are represented on behalf of the industry now and in the future as the number of gaming operations continues to expand worldwide.”

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