It's the Invasion of The Casino Lawyers

Goldstein, Scott
March 2005
njbiz;3/7/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p10
Addresses the increased number of casino lawyers in New Jersey. Purpose of the gambling industry in the hiring of casino lawyers; Role of casino lawyers in the establishment of slot machines in the state; Status of the gambling law and legislation in the state as of March 2005.


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