is a shareholder of the Greenberg Traurig law firm and focuses his practice on the gaming industry. Mark has over 25 years of experience working for casinos, sports betting and iGaming operators, fantasy sports operators, social game operators, suppliers of gaming systems and services (both bricks-and-mortar and online), and investors in and lenders to gaming businesses. He has structured several international and domestic joint venture arrangements involving gaming operators and has managed the regulatory approval process with respect to numerous gaming-related transactions. Mark is a frequent writer and speaker on developments in gaming law and related regulatory actions, and has authored several articles on developments in the laws relating to sports betting, fantasy sports and gaming generally. Mark has been recognised by several legal ranking institutions for his work in gaming law.
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