Foley Hoag’s Gaming Practice provides the industry’s knowledgeable counsel on the Massachusetts Gaming Act and working with the state Gaming Commission. The firm’s lawyers offer clients decades of experience in state government and detailed knowledge of the gaming law that comes from closely following the Gaming Commission since its inception, and interacting with its commissioner and staff.
The formation of the state’s gaming industry comes with many “firsts.” As a top legal firm with offices in Boston, New York, Paris and Washington D.C., Foley Hoag has helped gaming clients advance in the licensure process by clearing initial submission phases and representing an applicant at the Gaming Commission’s first suitability hearing. We represent casino resorts and slots applicants as well as vendors and suppliers of casinos in the licensing and registration process. In addition, our legal team has years of experience representing clients in the types of large-scale public infrastructure projects often linked to gaming proposals.More »