Michael G. Rossetti Presents During Panel at National Indian Gaming Association’s Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention
July 20, 2021 | Press Releases
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Michael G. Rossetti, Partner-in-Charge of Lippes Mathias’ Washington, D.C. office, presented during a panel at the National Indian Gaming Association’s Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention. The panel, titled “Surviving The Pandemic: The State Of Indian Country,” discussed the numerous impacts of the covid-19 pandemic on the tribal gaming industry, the ongoing post-pandemic recovery and more.
Michael, Lippes Mathias’ Indian Law Practice Team co-leader, focuses on advising tribal clients on economic development and Indian gaming, tribal governance matters, litigation matters, and the settlement of Indian water rights. He also lobbies on a broad range of tribal concerns, and advises clients on land use and other issues before the Department of the Interior, including the Bureau of Land Management, the Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Park Service. Additionally, Michael advises clients regarding state attorneys general issues and federal investigations.
About the National Indian Gaming Association’s Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention
As the longest running gaming tradeshow in history, the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention delivers the insight and strategies needed to rise to the top of the competitive gaming industry landscape. Meet industry leaders, access cutting-edge trends, and celebrate a proud tradition of success.
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