Fleming Stage represents gaming entities, supplier licensees, entities which serve as vendors to the Indiana Gaming Commission, and municipalities in which gaming facilities are located.
Our attorneys have a wide array of experience in the regulatory area, several having worked for administrative agencies including the Indiana Gaming Commission. We have experience in drafting the rules used to regulate the riverboat industry, developing and completing applications, reviewing and preparing applications, participating in the review of license applications and hearings, dealing with compliance issues, reviewing riverboat expenditures with minority and women business enterprises, and both the prosecution and defense of disciplinary actions.
Fleming Stage attorneys also have experience in representing municipalities in which riverboats are located and have assisted with issues that can arise between the casinos and the municipalities in which the casinos are located. Our attorneys bring a unique perspective to the gaming practice having served as regulators and now as the attorneys representing the regulated entities.
With its diverse background, Fleming Stage can provide gaming companies with regulatory assistance before the Indiana Gaming Commission and other administrative agencies. Fleming Stage can also provide assistance with supplier diversity and compliance, corporate issues, employment law, and litigation.
We can provide assistance in the following areas:
- Gaming regulatory issues
- Administrative law issues
- Business transactions
- Debt transaction reviews
- Employee benefits
- Gaming litigation
- Labor and employment disputes
- Labor and employment practices
- Tax issues
- Worker's compensation