Fox Rothschild is home to one of the largest gaming law practices in the United States. With many ranked by Chambers Global among the top gaming lawyers worldwide, Fox attorneys are skilled practitioners with decades of experience helping clients domestically and internationally achieve success in this highly regulated industry. From Las Vegas to Atlantic City, England to Australia, we have guided companies on regulatory, licensing, compliance, financing and operational issues.

Our attorneys are known in the industry and are well respected by both clients and regulators. We have testified by invitation on gaming technology, regulatory and other issues before state legislatures. We routinely – and successfully – represent casino licensees and related vendors before various gaming control agencies.

We have also been at the forefront of Internet gaming in the United States and are actively involved in guiding companies that operate in this realm. In New Jersey, Fox attorneys are the go-to team for Internet gaming service providers and possess more experience representing clients in this area than any other law firm.

We serve a broad range of gaming-related entities, including:

  • Casinos
  • Foreign and domestic gaming equipment and software manufacturers, suppliers and distributors, including manufacturers of slot machines, table games, playing cards and shuffling machines
  • Private equity funds and other investors
  • Internet gaming companies
  • Institutional investors
  • Banks and other financial services companies
  • Casino management and marketing companies
  • Racetrack owners and operators
  • Restaurants and food service providers
  • Lotteries

Regulated Products

Fox Rothschild attorneys work with clients in the legal marijuana industry, helping them to secure cultivation licenses and dispensary licenses as well as to comply with all necessary operational regulations. We provide growers and dispensaries with general business representation, and for financial industry clients, we assist with U.S. Department of Treasury issues related to the funding and operation of cannabis businesses.

Energy and Natural Resources

Fox Rothschild’s multidisciplinary Energy and Natural Resources group provide an array of regulatory and administrative law services to companies throughout the United States engaged in all sectors of the energy and natural resources industry.

Our clients include oil and gas companies in the exploration, production, midstream, downstream, and service sectors. We have a deep understanding of the regulatory and political contexts in which our clients operate and provide valuable guidance enabling them to keep their businesses moving forward. With extensive and hands-on industry experience, leadership positions in pivotal industry organizations and long-standing relationships with key individuals, we are powerful advocates for our clients.

We also represent public utilities, clean energy companies and banks, private equity companies and other financial institutions in a wide variety of energy and natural resource matters.

Health Care

Few industries undergo the type of continual transformation that defines the health care industry in the United States. Whether your company provides health care, develops information technology or researches and develops new medical drugs and devices, you are subject to complex regulatory and business risks at multiple levels. Likewise, if you are a physician and other non-institutional provider, you need timely and practical advice that can help you not only grow your practice but also potentially avoid costly legal pitfalls.

Responding to these issues with experience and personalized service has earned Fox Rothschild its reputation as a leading national health law practice. We work with our clients -- locally, regionally and across the nation -- carefully reviewing each situation to determine options and tailor solutions to fit the circumstances at hand and the individuals involved.

Federal Government Contracts and Procurement

Every aspect of a federal government contractor’s operations – from how they procure business to how they hire and manage a workforce, as well as a myriad of other issues – is influenced by complex rules and regulations. Understanding and navigating the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) and the various agency FAR Supplements is essential to surviving, and ultimately thriving, in a hyper-competitive environment.

The core of a federal contractor’s operations is shaped by the statutes and regulatory requirements governing performance and compliance, such as the Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA), DCAA’s Contract Audit Manual, the False Claims Act, the Fraud Enforcement Recovery Act (FERA) and the Contract Disputes Act (CDA). Securing equitable treatment and fairness under these regulatory and statutory regimes requires experienced legal counsel. Fox Rothschild is that legal counsel. We know the complex web of rules and regulations and work with our clients to help them avoid risks and perform successfully.

Our attorneys provide strategic counsel in the development and submission of proposals as well as fulfillment of federal contracts and grants. We also litigate performance and payment claims on behalf of our clients, both in the courts and before administrative tribunals. We partner with clients throughout the process – from initial review of procurement documents through to source selection, contract performance and negotiations. One of our strengths is the proactive approach we take by designing and conducting understandable and business-friendly in-house training programs. We regularly assist clients in the development and implementation of their business ethics and compliance programs and help them understand the seemingly ever-changing federal regulations and requirements.

Environmental Law

Businesses of every size and in a broad range of industries recognize the need to comply with environmental laws and regulations. Whether clients are facing complex litigation involving issues like toxic torts or air pollution, seeking to go “green” for efficiency, looking for energy and utility advice, or buying or selling a business or property, we can help them navigate increasingly difficult challenges.

Our attorneys know the science, regulations and case law that impact environmental concerns. We know how to work, negotiate and litigate with federal and state environmental agencies. We know your business and are responsive and flexible in meeting your needs.

Our lawyers are also well-versed in developing areas of environmental law and policy, including climate change and greenhouse gases, chemical restriction and registration rules, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification and green building.

Government Relations

Fox attorneys are significantly involved in legislative, administrative and regulatory matters in the states in which we have offices and at the local and federal levels. We consider how to best accomplish a client's objectives in all branches of government and then proactively aid clients in seeking successful outcomes.

We assist clients in complying with state ethics and lobbying registration requirements; research and analyze proposed bills, rules and legislative issues; draft legislation, resolutions and amendments; identify funding opportunities within the federal and state budgets; obtain government contracts; and communicate with legislators and executive branch officials.

Our lawyer-advocates are skilled draftspersons who consider constitutional questions and other potential statutory or administrative law conflicts. Our lawyers also have extensive experience with complicated election, ethics, lobbying and contracting law and work with clients and their legislative representatives to create and maintain laws and regulations designed to help their businesses prosper.

Our team has success working with clients on a number of different issues, including appropriations, education, immigration, agriculture, emergency relief, the Department of Justice, environment and water, aviation, transportation, infrastructure, health and human services, housing, public safety, workforce and economic development and energy matters.