In our gaming practice, we advise local and international sector clients in all legal needs of their gaming businesses: licensing and regulatory, corporate, securities and finance, real estate, intellectual property, compliance, employment, tax and litigation.
Our dedicated multi-disciplinary team represents casino operators and stakeholders, gaming manufacturers and suppliers, sports wagering companies, online and mobile gaming operators, integrated-resort developers, gaming promoters and investment banks.
We have developed our sector expertise along-side our clients during the unparalleled growth of the Macau gaming industry. This has allowed us to be involved in implementing the concept of the Asian integrated-resort, in structuring gaming promotion operations across the region, as well as to be a part of breakthrough industry innovations in technology and mobility.
Our international level experience and in-depth knowledge of regional markets, has led to our engagement in multiple projects across Asia-Pacific. We have advised operators, as well as government agencies in jurisdictions such as Australia, Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, Korea and Vietnam.
MLGTS Legal Circle – Gaming Law Practice: with leading offices in Portugal, Macau, Angola and Mozambique, the Gaming Law Practice of the MLGTS Legal Circle is in a unique position to advise gaming sector clients throughout the Portuguese speaking world. Our multidisciplinary team of experts draws its experience from representing a wide range of industry players operating on a global marketplace. This international perspective allows us to bring our clients specialised knowledge and local market insights, in both matured and emerging markets.
Lex Mundi Gaming Solution: The Lex Mundi gaming solution reflects the collective insight, knowledge and experience of its premier member firms, in both matured and emergent gaming jurisdictions. The gaming industry of today is global and clients’ businesses and investments are spread through multiple jurisdictions. To navigate in a highly-regulated industry through different legal environments with substantial cross-border implications is a challenge. By constantly sharing information with each other, Lex Mundi member firms and member firm lawyers stay on top of industry, regulatory and jurisdictional issues that impact client’s strategy and tactical approach to their businesses.
MdME’s Contributed article to the Lex Mundi Global Gaming Guide 2017 – Macau Chapter – can be accessed here.
To navigate through the Interactive Comparative Gaming Law Guide, click here.