Saiber has been at the forefront of the New Jersey gaming industry since our practice was established, becoming one of the first firms to work with casinos upon state’s legalization of gaming in 1978. In recent years, Saiber has built strong reputation beyond New Jersey, regularly advising clients throughout North America and worldwide.
Our lawyers have substantial experience in all facets of gaming law, covering a range of issues confronted by our clients within the industry. We represent casino operators, lottery companies, online gaming and technology companies, equipment manufacturers, race tracks and businesses that provide services to the industry.
We are well-versed in all areas of regulatory and compliance matters, including assisting our clients in obtaining licensing and regulatory approvals, drafting internal compliance procedures and, conducting internal investigations in connection with alleged regulatory violations. In addition, we represent our clients before numerous regulatory agencies in connection with hearings and regulatory enforcement matters throughout North America.
Saiber has built a niche in advising online gaming operators and technology providers. We regularly advise iGaming companies in all aspects of the law, from obtaining licenses and regulatory approvals for foreign gaming entities, to advising on general corporate and transactional matters. Saiber attorneys regularly speak at iGaming conferences and seminars, and we are a founding member of iDEA (iDevelopment and Economic Association), an industry association which seeks to grow jobs and expand online and interactive business in the United States through advocacy and education. Most recently, since the landmark Supreme Court decision in Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, Saiber has advised numerous sports-betting businesses in their efforts to obtain the necessary approvals to operate land-based and online sportsbooks in the states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, West Virginia, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, Colorado, Oregon, Tennessee, Illinois, Virginia, Washington, South Dakota, New York, and the District of Columbia.
Saiber counsels gaming businesses in a range of corporate matters, including financings, mergers & acquisitions, labor and employment matters, intellectual property matters, and when disputes arise, we represent our clients in all facets of litigation. Our attorneys also have significant experience on the business end of the gaming industry, having held senior level in-house positions at several gaming companies. This experience allows our attorneys to provide a unique perspective on corporate and regulatory matters, while also being sensitive of our clients’ objectives.
Chambers USA Ranks Saiber and its Attorneys in 2023 Edition
June 1, 2023
Jeremy Kleiman Serves on Judging Panel for EGR North America Awards 2023
April 12, 2023
Jeremy Kleiman Comments on US Sportsbook Advertising in Gambling.Re Article
February 28, 2023
Jeremy Kleiman Recognized in 2023 Edition of Chambers Global
February 16, 2023
Saiber Welcomes Daniel Arno to its Gaming Law Practice
February 13, 2023
Saiber’s Coviello, DiSomma and Kleiman Named to ROI-NJ Influencer Power List 2023
February 10, 2023
Saiber Recognized in 2023 "Best Law Firms" Rankings
November 3, 2022
Jeremy Kleiman Comments on the Recent Wire Act Decision in Gaming Publications
September 20, 2022
Jeremy Kleiman Comments on the Possibility of a PokerStars Reentry into the Nevada Market in PokerFuse Article
August 30, 2022
Best Lawyers Recognizes 27 Saiber Attorneys in 2023 Edition
August 18, 2022
Kevin Hayes Comments on the Skill Game Debate in Pennsylvania Bar News
July 6, 2022
Saiber Represents Bragg Gaming in the Closing of its Acquisition of Spin Games
June 3, 2022