Today’s casino and gaming industry is an evolving frontier of new technology, new projects, and new regulations.

Companies call on us to assist in gaming industry matters because we have seen the industry from virtually every angle and at every stage.   

Our clients range from casino and resort operators to game manufacturers and other gaming-related enterprises. Our Gaming team helps guide vast capital development projects and construction transactions, and advises on gaming company mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions. We help our clients navigate the regulatory compliance and permitting processes and assist companies to proactively manage the increasing threats related to cybersecurity and information privacy.

Members of our intellectual property team provide protection and defense to existing industry operators and innovators launching new digital technologies. We offer tax and real estate advice, address labor and employment concerns, and handle a wide range of litigation or arbitration when disputes arise. We have successfully guided large casinos through the process of withdrawing from the Nevada power grid to purchase power on the wholesale market.

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Best Lawyers® Gaming "Lawyer of the Year"

Prominent Gaming Industry attorneys have received Best Lawyers "Lawyer of the Year" honor:
Frederick Schmidt: Energy Law, Reno (2017)
David Garcia: Corporate Law - Reno (2012)

BTI's Law Firms with the Best Collaboration

One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”


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