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Nevada gaming attorney: It is a new world in gaming law

Updated: Dec 17, 2020


John F. O’Reilly of O’Reilly Law Group, a highly respected and experienced Nevada gaming attorney, explains how he stays on the cutting edge of gaming law by traveling the world.


O'Reilly travels on a regular basis to gaming destinations throughout the world, including Asia, to stay on top of the latest developments in the fields of gaming and gaming law.


"The world is a lot smaller and a lot more competitive than it ever used to be" in gaming, according to O'Reilly, which is why it may be helpful to consult with a firm experienced in gaming law such as O'Reilly Law Group.


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