GAMING LAW2018-07-19T20:09:24-05:00

Gaming Law

Riess LeMieux has an understanding of gaming law that stretches back to the legalization of gaming in Louisiana. Our firm’s multi-disciplinary background has proven beneficial in matters involving gaming law and casinos, including workouts, reorganization, and other disputes.

Our attorneys have also assisted gaming clients in acquiring gaming assets through bankruptcy proceedings, which included structuring the transaction, developing agreements to purchase, managing the myriad gaming law issues, and addressing other outstanding legal matters that must be resolved prior to completing the acquisition. Our firm’s multi-disciplinary approach contributes to our ability to provide efficient and effective legal counsel and representation to our gaming clients.

Recent News

Riess LeMieux Receives National Recognition in Construction Industry

Riess LeMieux is pleased to announce that Construction Executive Magazine, one of the most respected publications in the construction industry, has selected the firm among The Top 50 Construction Law Firms in the nation. Competing with many older and larger firms from across the country, Riess LeMieux was ranked 40th after only a year of practice, making it the newest law firm in the inaugural report.

Riess LeMieux Welcomes Margaret Davis to the Firm

Riess LeMieux is pleased to welcome Margaret N. Davis to the firm.  A graduate of Tulane University Law School, her experience includes securities, maritime, and commercial litigation.  During law school, Margaret served as Managing Editor of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal and was a semifinalist on the Admiralty Moot Court team.  She also served as a judicial intern at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi.  Margaret is also a legal writing instructor in business law at Tulane’s Freeman School of Business.

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