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Published: June 30, 2023
(Tallahassee, FL) In their article “DC Circuit Opinion Favorable to Seminole Tribe, Reinstating 2021 Compact”, co-authors Marc Dunbar, Daniel Russell, and Daniel McGinn review the Circuit Court’s favorable ruling for Secretary Haaland and its impact on the Florida gaming industry.
“Gaming options within the lucrative Florida market have been a high-profile issue for several years,” write the authors. “As a result of this ruling, Florida can now receive the benefit of the $2.5 billion revenue share pledged to the State over the course of the first five years of the Compact term, as well as additional revenue sharing provisions based on future gaming revenue.” To read the full article visit the following link: bit.ly/3NSmrXa.
With more than 25 years of practice, Marc Dunbar has drafted, passed, and defended in court some of the most comprehensive legislation impacting Florida’s regulated industries, including a rewrite of Florida’s gambling statutes. To learn more about Marc visit: bit.ly/3ETv7HK.
A member of the International Masters of Gaming Law, Dan advises clients on issues ranging from challenges to proposed agency rules, up to and including complex federal class action litigation. To learn more about Dan visit: bit.ly/3M7xTfo.
Daniel McGinn’s practice focuses on the regulated industry environment, within which he navigates regulatory frameworks to get to his client’s desired outcome and devises creative solutions for his client’s concerns. To learn more about Daniel visit: bit.ly/3jQZPdt.