Gaming & Hospitality
Panza Maurer & Maynard’s attorneys have a strong practice area in gaming law. Drawing upon our expertise in administrative law and civil litigation, our firm routinely advises clients on operational issues, contract negotiations and variations in law regarding pari-mutuel tribal gaming issues. We have successfully represented the interests of gaming industry clients in the rule-making process, on open records and open meeting issues and in administrative hearings before the Florida Department of Administrative Hearings, the First District Court of Appeal, and the Florida Supreme Court.
Our attorneys also keep our clients updated on the changing landscape of gaming in Florida, including the laws regulating the pari-mutuel and casino industries; provide government relations services advocating our clients’ interests before state and local legislative and executive agencies, and help shape the laws and regulations to suit their needs.
PMM’s attorneys are also available to assist gaming industry clients on a wide variety of topics including Class 1 and Class 2 issues, and to help find workable solutions involving the gaming industry. The firm’s attorneys routinely appear before legislative committees and work closely with Executive Branch staff on behalf of gaming clients.
Our substantial experience in representing gaming industry clients include licensing and permitting issues, the compliance, interpretation, and enforcement of gaming regulations and statutes, and working with state gaming regulators and the Attorney General’s office to provide workable solutions for any issues that may arise.