Gaming Law

Parimutuel Racing • Casino Gaming • Non-Profit Gaming

Pierce, Couch, Hendrickson, Baysinger & Green, L.L.P. offers experienced legal counsel to the gaming industry in Oklahoma and across the United States. We can capably assist in all facets of licensure, administration, and regulatory compliance of gaming operations, including administrative law proceedings before gaming commissions.

Based in Oklahoma City, our established law practice has a reputation for sound, veteran legal representation dating to 1923. Our Oklahoma City gaming law attorney represents Oklahoma’s largest race track and casino.

In the course of our representation we deal extensively with Indian casinos, other parimutuel tracks in Oklahoma and nationally, horsemen’s representative groups, as well as other gaming groups in Oklahoma and nationally. We also assist the gaming industry on drafting proposed legislation, and advise clients on the repercussions of new state or federal gaming laws.

Knowledgeable and Experienced in Gaming Laws and Casino Lawyers

Attorney Dan Hoehner offers extensive knowledge in all areas of horse racing and gaming law. He has significant experience in administrative and civil practice relating to pari-mutuel wagering, casino gaming operations, and drafting administrative rules and legislation on behalf of the gaming industry.

Our firm represents clients in matters relating to:

  • Parimutuel wagering regulations in various venues
  • The Oklahoma Horse Racing Act
  • The Interstate Horse Racing Act
  • The Oklahoma Horse Racing Commission Rules of Racing
  • Casino Gaming

PCHB&G is also extensively familiar with casino gaming regulations and administrative agencies in Oklahoma and nationwide:

  • The National Indian Gaming Regulatory Act
  • Oklahoma State-Tribal Gaming Act
  • Gaming machine contracts
  • Charitable gaming

We have advised and represented charities and non-profit organizations in all matters relating to:

Mr. Hoehner has experience in all areas regarding the application and interpretation of state and federal laws and regulatory bodies, including the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission, which oversees charitable gaming.

No matter what your gaming law needs are, get the experienced help you need. Contact our firm to schedule a consultation with attorney Dan Hoehner. We work with clients in communities throughout Oklahoma and Kansas, Missouri, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Colorado and nationwide.

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