Taft attorneys Paul T. Jenson, Anne Kremer, Erin Lynch Cordier, and Alexandra Van Dusen, authored a chapter in The International Comparative Legal Guide: Gambling 2024. The ICLG gives practical, cross-border insight into gambling laws from dozens of jurisdictions around the world. Taft’s chapter includes an analysis of gaming laws in Illinois. To read the chapter, click here.
Paul Jenson is co-chair of Taft’s Gaming practice. He has extensive experience in counseling local, national and international casino owners, terminal operators, manufacturers, suppliers, lenders and institutional investors in all aspects of gaming regulatory law, mergers & acquisitions, financing transactions and corporate governance. Jenson has been practicing law for over 20 years, and his practical advice and successful track record working with clients are among the reasons why he has been recognized by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business since 2017.
Anne Kremer specializes in gaming regulatory law, including licensing, compliance, and general corporate matters in multiple jurisdictions. She works closely with various state and local gaming regulatory agencies, and has significant experience with all areas of the gaming industry, including distributed gaming, sports wagering, and casino operations.
Erin Lynch Cordier focuses her practice in the area of gaming, where she has experience representing national and international casino owners in gaming regulatory law as well as terminal operators, manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors under the Illinois Video Gaming Act. She also has experience implementing sweepstakes and raffles in accordance with state and municipal requirements.
Alexandra Van Dusen focuses her practice in the area of gaming, where she advises on gaming regulatory law, including licensing, compliance, and general corporate matters in multiple jurisdictions. She also has experience in a variety of complex litigation matters, including representing entities and individuals in disputes involving contracts, fraud, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, professional negligence, and class action claims.