Cooper Levenson gaming law attorneys Lloyd D. Levenson, Lynne Levin Kaufman, Kimberly Maxson-Rushton (l.) and their team are at the forefront of the newest developments in land-based and internet gaming law. Matters include all aspects of developing and opening casinos, gaming licensure, corporate financings, acquisitions, restructurings, software approvals, equipment approvals, compliance, lottery matters, parimutuel betting issues, sweepstakes and contests.

With the expectation of legalized sports wagering in New Jersey and elsewhere, Cooper Levenson has the experience to advise clients in that area. It is also anticipating the legalization of recreational marijuana in New Jersey, and will expand its existing cannabis practice. Cooper Levenson is poised to expand Pennsylvania representation with passage of the gaming expansion bill in Pennsylvania. It represented a lottery courier service in its successful efforts to obtain a bill to legalize lottery courier services in New Jersey, the first state in the U.S. to do so, and is continuing representation so the lottery courier service will be operational by November 1 when the legislation becomes effective.

Cooper Levenson is a co-founder and

co-organizer of the East Coast Gaming Congress, and recently concluded its 21st conference. The Lloyd D. Levenson Institute for Gaming Hospitality and Tourism of Stockton University continues to be a resource to the industry through its symposiums, conferences, surveys and research.

For more information about Cooper Levenson, visit www.gaminglawyers.com.

Author: GGB Staff

Staff writers for Global Gaming Business magazine, Las Vegas, Nevada.