Greenberg Traurig’s Loretta Tuell Recognized at American Gaming Association Global Gaming Expo

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Shareholder Loretta A. Tuell, of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, was recognized for her leadership in Indian Country gaming during this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas.

Shareholder Loretta A. Tuell, of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, was recognized for her leadership in Indian Country gaming during this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas. Tuell is a member of Greenberg Traurig’s American Indian Law Practice and Global Gaming Practice. Tuell focuses her practice on American Indian law, governmental law and policy, and gaming matters.

Tuell was recognized by the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) during the annual Tribal Leaders’ reception. In recognition of her contributions, NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens presented Tuell with a turquoise squash necklace. NIGA is an inter-tribal association of 184 federally recognized Indian Tribes united with the mission of protecting and preserving tribal sovereignty and the ability of Tribes to attain economic self-sufficiency through gaming and other forms of economic development.

“Loretta’s broad background and commitment to Native American economic development through casino development, operation, and gaming is extensive,” said Jennifer H. Weddle, co-chair of the American Indian Law Practice. “She understands the future of the gaming industry on Indian lands and has the credentials that make her not only a conduit, but a leader in the field.”

For more than 20 years, Tuell has worked in the arena of federal Indian law and policy. She has devised strategies, executed legislative advocacy, developed national policy, and advocated before the U.S. Congress, the White House, and federal agencies such as the Department of the Interior, the National Indian Gaming Commission, and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.

About Greenberg American Indian Law Practice

Greenberg Traurig provides broad, multidisciplinary legal and governmental affairs representation to American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian governments, associated enterprises and other entities, as well as to private and public institutions that do business with Indian Tribes and Nations or invest in Indian country. The practice encompasses litigation and dispute resolution; corporate and transactional structuring; advice and counsel; banking and finance; civil and criminal investigations and compliance; and governmental affairs representation at the tribal, state and federal level.

About Greenberg Traurig’s Global Gaming Group

Greenberg Traurig’s Global Gaming Group focuses not only on casino operations, but also addresses lotteries, pari-mutuel wagering, charitable gaming, tribal gaming, and internet gaming, where permitted by law. Members of the group have varied backgrounds and are located throughout the firm’s offices, allowing them to assist gaming clients in this highly regulated industry across multiple U.S. jurisdictions and internationally. The group’s focus includes the representation of casino owners, operators and executives, gaming manufacturers and suppliers, private equity firms, and investment banks on gaming related matters.

About Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP is an international, multi-practice law firm with approximately 2,000 attorneys serving clients from 38 offices in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. The firm is No. 1 on the 2015 Law360 Most Charitable Firms list, second largest in the U.S. on the 2016 Law360 400, Top 20 on the 2015 Am Law Global 100, and among the 2015 BTI Brand Elite. More information at: http://www.gtlaw.com.

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