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Gaming & Licensing - USA - Nationwide
"Greg has a strong understanding of the law and the execution required to deliver compelling results."
Gaming & Licensing - Nevada
"He has a strong understanding of the law and the execution required to deliver compelling results."
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Greg Giordano is a partner in the Gaming Law Practice with decades of expertise in Nevada gaming law and licensing and regulatory procedures. Prior to private practice, Mr. Giordano served as a Deputy Nevada Attorney General representing the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) and Nevada Gaming Commission, and then served, for four years, as the Chief of the Corporate Securities Division of the NGCB. In that position, he oversaw licensing investigations, analysis and monitoring of publicly traded corporations associated with Nevada gaming licensees. These included mergers and acquisitions, public and private financings, and compliance activities of business operations of publicly traded corporations and their subsidiaries. He also supervised the investigations for approvals and the subsequent monitoring of all gaming activities conducted outside the State of Nevada by Nevada gaming licensees, including multiple investigations conducted in foreign countries.
Mr. Giordano’s clients include gaming companies, financial institutions doing business with gaming companies, institutional investors and lenders from around the world, underwriters of gaming business leveraged buyouts and acquisition financings, lenders finding their loans to gaming companies requiring appointment of receivers or assistance in bankruptcy, and vendors to gaming companies having to address compliance obligations and possible licensing or gaming related approval issues.