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Casino & Gaming Law
The Zarwin Baum casino and gaming law group assists individuals and vendors who seek to be employed by or provide services to casinos.
In terms of employment, Zarwin Baum helps individuals with the application process for a casino / slot machine licensee. An application for a gaming license must be submitted for employees whose job duties will require day-to-day interaction with gaming patrons, equipment and revenues, such as:
Change personnel Auditors
Player services reps
Supervisors / managers
Our attorneys also assist with the application process for a non-gaming license. This must be submitted for employees whose job duties will require being on a gaming floor or restricted area, but who are not required to have contact with gaming equipment, including:
Slot hosts Janitorial personnel
Food / beverage cashiers
The goal of the casino and gaming law group is to make a complicated application process simpler by:
• providing the required gaming and non-gaming application forms
• assisting in the completion and submission of the application forms
• ensuring all required documents are provided with the application
• advising the applicant of the background investigation that will be conducted
• informing the applicant of all applicable fees that must be tendered
If an employment application is denied, Zarwin Baum assists with the appeal process, representing the applicant at an administrative hearing and/or in court. We also make sure individuals are free from unlawful discrimination throughout the application and selection process, during employment, and when the employment relationship ends.
The Zarwin Baum casino and gaming law group provides guidance to sponsored and un-sponsored vendors applying for registration or certification. The term “vendors” includes:
Alcoholic beverage suppliers
Vending machine providers
Linen and uniform suppliers
Janitorial and maintenance companies
Our attorneys represent vendors by:
• assisting in the completion of the registration / certification forms
• advising registered / certified vendors of their responsibilities
• ensuring that all required documents are provided with the forms
• informing the vendor of all applicable fees that must be tendered
• assisting in the development of a Diversity Plan Statement
We also assist vendors in obtaining registration / certification renewal.
For more information, please contact any of the practice members referenced in the Attorney Listing.