I ama Member in Williams Kastners Seattle office. With a unique and vast experience... more
I ama Member in Williams Kastners Seattle office. With a unique and vast experience building relationships with Washington States Indian tribes,I concentrate my practice on providing legal and financial counsel to tribes in the areas of debt financing, corporate structure, economic development, natural resources, gaming, and tribal-state inter-local agreements, among others.
Rob Roy Smith advises Indian tribal clients and those doing business in Indian... more
Rob Roy Smith advises Indian tribal clients and those doing business in Indian Country on all aspects of federal law, including economic development, natural and cultural resource protection, taxation, tribal sovereignty and gaming. His work with tribes throughout the Pacific Northwest, Southwest and Oklahoma gives him unique understanding of the laws, regulations and relationships that affect ... view profile
Eric Eberhard is a partner in the Indian and Gaming Law practice group. His practice... more
Eric Eberhard is a partner in the Indian and Gaming Law practice group. His practice involves the representation of Indian tribes, Tribal organizations, and entities doing business with Indian tribes in federal, state and tribal judicial, legislative and administrative forums in regard to fee-to-trust transfers, gaming, federal contracts, federal recognition, the formation of Tribal corporation... view profile
Gaming lawyers understand and interpret gambling laws. All aspects of gambling are regulated, whether it's gambling at a racetrack, on a cruise ship off-shore, in a casino, or on the Internet. Gambling is highly regulated by numerous gaming laws, because large amounts of money are often involved. Gaming lawyers represent casinos, racetracks, gaming equipment manufacturers and distributors, and others. If you provide gaming industry services or products, or if you are more than a casual gambler, you may benefit from a gaming attorney's services.