In light of the rapidly changing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, Troutman Sanders and Pepper Hamilton have postponed the effective date of their previously announced merger until July 1, 2020. The new firm – Troutman Pepper – will feature 1,100+ attorneys across 23 U.S. offices. Read more.
Pepper Hamilton LLP is experienced in helping gaming industry clients navigate the complex regulatory and legal environment that confront these businesses.
Pepper lawyers include former federal and state law enforcement officials with deep knowledge of laws affecting the gaming industry, experience they bring to bear to solve client problems. Pepper also has significant experience in providing transactional legal services to the gaming industry.
Pepper’s gaming group includes lawyers with extensive knowledge of laws affecting the gaming industry, as well as corporate governance. The gaming group also includes highly experienced litigators, former federal and state prosecutors and expert business lawyers, all of whom have significant experience advising gaming businesses.
Pepper offers unparalleled experience to businesses in the gaming industry including:
investigating allegations of misconduct by vendors, insiders and employees, including matters relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
advising on board governance and oversight of institution management, and advising management on effective risk management programs and policies
investigating allegations of sexual harassment, criminal matters, discrimination, financial improprieties, violations of federal and state regulations, safety and security problems, due diligence inquiries and related issues
advising on the wide range of day-to-day legal issues that confront today's gaming business, from labor and employment to construction, intellectual property, and procurement
helping gaming businesses meet their transactional legal needs, including mergers, acquisitions, financings and securities law matters
creating, revising and implementing compliance programs, disciplinary codes, and policies
defending gaming clients against inquiries arising from regulatory and law enforcement authorities, including civil and criminal litigation; and
investigating and marshaling the evidence regarding suitability issues.