Gaming - Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

With offices in both Las Vegas and Atlantic City, Brownstein is at the heart of the dynamic gaming and entertainment industries. The rapid development of information technology and social media makes this sector an environment that is constantly changing. Entertainment giants count on our team to stay on top of new challenges, and manage regulatory, corporate, intellectual property and real estate matters, as well as First Amendment issues. We are among the nation's premier gaming and entertainment litigators—attorneys who not only argue the law, but help shape it.

Representative Matters
  • Represented Icahn Enterprises, L.P. in its sale of the unfinished development property and partially developed casino formally known as the Fontainebleau Las Vegas for aggregate consideration of $600 million.

  • Represented Eastern Investments, LLC and its principals to secure their gaming licenses in connection with the Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino.

  • Representation of subsidiaries of Caesars Entertainment Corporation in connection with use permits, design reviews, temporary commercial permits, and other land use entitlement applications for various development projects for their casino, restaurant and entertainment properties.

  • Advised Wynn Resorts as to Nevada real estate matters related to its joint venture with Crown Acquisitions to own and operate luxury retail space at Wynn Las Vegas.

  • Advised Red Rock Resorts Inc. on real estate matters related to its acquisition of Palms Casino Resort, including analysis and advice related to the hotel condominium regime at the resort.

  • Represented Galaxy Gaming in AAA arbitration proceeding involving table game High Card Flush. Prevailed on issues of intellectual property ownership, willful infringement, permanent injunction and attorneys’ fees.

  • Represents on-line gaming company bwin in patent infringement action involving eleven patents related to mobile gaming, six of which have been invalidated and dismissed under 35 U.S.C. § 101.

  • Represents gaming cabinet maker VSR in inter partes review in which the PTAB found all patent claims invalid.

  • Represented Full House Resorts, Inc. in connection with the amendment and restatement of its First Lien Credit Facility and a $30,000,000 upsize, amendment and restatement of its Second Lien Credit Facility in connection with the acquisition by Full House of all of the assets associated with Bronco Billy’s Casino.

  • Served as Nevada real estate counsel to MGM in connection with the formation transactions to establish its subsidiary MGM Growth Properties LLC, as a publicly traded real estate investment trust, and related financing transactions.

  • Assisted James Frey and Third Floor Fun, LLC to navigate the complex sweepstakes, contests, and promotional pieces throughout “Endgame: The Calling,” which is a story and global contest. Representation consisted of drafting rules of play for the contest and coordinating with local counsel in key international publications to ensure that the promotion was consistent with applicable law.

  • Represented MGM in the sale of Circus Circus Reno's assets and MGM's 50% equity interest in the Silver Legacy Resort Casino Reno.

  • Our Gaming Group serves as counsel to MacAndrews & Forbes Incorporated, a diversified holding company wholly owned by billionaire investor Ronald Perelman. Current investments include leading participants across a wide range of industries, from cosmetics and entertainment to biotechnology and military equipment. MacAndrews & Forbes became the majority shareholder and controlling beneficial owner of Scientific Games Corporation in 2010. Our representation includes preparing and filing gaming license applications and assisting MacAndrews & Forbes with all ongoing regulatory issues in all jurisdictions in which Scientific Games Corporation holds privileged gaming licenses.

  • Brownstein's Gaming Group is acting as gaming and regulatory counsel to William Hill PLC in its acquisition of 29.4% of NeoGames S.a.r.l. ("NeoGames"), a leading online lottery software and services provider. We advise William Hill PLC in applicable licensing criteria and are assisting in obtaining U.S. gaming regulatory approvals for its acquisition of a majority stake in NeoGames.

  • BHFS drafted, submitted, and lobbied for SB 124, a bill that amends Nevada Revised Statute 463.302 and permits the relocation of a gaming establishment and transfer of the nonrestricted gaming license to a location within 1 mile of the existing location if the move and transfer are necessary because the existing establishment (1) is adjacent to a military installation; and 92) has been designated by the Federal Government as necessary for the expansion of the military installation. The Bill was passed by the Nevada legislature and subsequently signed by the Governor on May 20, 2015.

  • Represented MGM in connection with the sale of the Gold Strike Hotel & Casino and related assets.

  • Represented a gaming company in connection with the purchase of a grandfathered casino in Southern Nevada.

  • Represented MGM in connection with the dispostion of the Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino in Henderson, Nevada.

  • Organized and led coalition of third parties to successfully block a federal decision that would have negatively impacted tribal client’s business interests.

  • Served as gaming and Nevada counsel in connection with the purchase of prominent Las Vegas hotel casino and related acquisition financing.

  • Represented hotel casino operator in connection with the negotiation and drafting of a long term ground lease to a national retail tenant, including access and easement issues related thereto.

  • Represented hotel casino company in connection with the negotiation of a complex amendment to its ground lease for an existing hotel casino property.

  • Represented hotel casino company in connection with the purchase of several acres of real property located in Southern Nevada.

  • Obtained the final regulatory approvals for Scientific Games Corporation to purchase the Bally Technologies Inc.

  • Obtained the final regulatory approvals for Aristocrat Leisure Limited to purchase Video Gaming Technologies, Inc.

  • Represented Columbia Properties Laughlin and CP Laughlin Realty, LLC in connection with the sale of the real property and substantially all of the assets associated with the River Palms Resort Casino and a short-term leaseback of such real property and assets. Nevada Restaurant Services, Inc. and Laughlin Hotel, LLC purchased the River Palms Resort Casino for a purchase price of $6,750,000.

  • Represented Tropicana Entertainment Inc. (the gaming vehicle of Icahn Enterprises LP) in the acquisition of the Lumiere Place Casino, HoteLumiere, and Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis, from certain subsidiaries of Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc . through the purchase of all of the equity securities of the Pinnacle entities that hold the assets associated with such properties.

  • Intellectual Property counsel to Wynn Resorts and Palms Casino Resort, coordinating international and domestic branding and intellectual property enforcement in more than 20 countries.

  • Intellectual Property counsel to Caesars Entertainment, licensing Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville brand in connection with new casino, restaurant, hotel and nightlife venues in Las Vegas.

  • Represent several gaming entities regarding federal gambling policy.

  • Advised Wynn Resorts in all aspects of the licensing process, including comparative analysis of Massachusetts gaming laws to other commercial gaming jurisdictions to obtain the eastern Massachusetts gaming license.

  • Intellectual Property counsel to Boyd Gaming, Pinnacle Entertainment, and Tropicana Entertainment, coordinating multi-jurisdictional intellectual property strategies.

  • Served as counsel to a gaming company in connection with its purchase of a hotel casino located in Southern Nevada.

  • Advised William Hill plc, the UK's leading book maker, in its acquisition of 100 per cent of the equity of American Wagering (dba Leroy's) and Brandywine Bookmaking (dba Lucky's), and the race book and sports pool assets and inter-casino linked system of Sierra Development Company (dba Club Cal Neva). Our gaming and corporate/M&A teams represented William Hill in these acquisitions and continue to represent the company in obtaining all necessary licenses and regulatory approvals. Brownstein represents both William Hill and William Hill Online in their US operations.

  • Acting as gaming and regulatory counsel to SHFL Entertainment in its proposed acquisition by and merger with Bally Technologies, Inc. Our gaming group has advised SHFL Entertainment in applicable licensing criteria and assisted in obtaining regulatory approvals for its merger with Bally Technologies in 61 countries and over 70 state and tribal regulatory jurisdictions in the US.

  • Negotiated the $7 million sale of the River Palms Hotel Casino in Laughlin, Nevada to Reno-based M1 Gaming on behalf of Tropicana Entertainment Inc.

  • Served as counsel to Treasure Island, LLC in connection with an amendment and restatement of its credit facility secured by the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino.

  • Representing the third largest gaming company in the US, Penn National, on all gaming licensure and regulatory matters, including negotiation of definitive agreements for Penn National to develop and manage a casino for the Jamul Indian Tribe near San Diego, California. We also obtained all necessary Nevada regulatory approvals for Penn National to separate a portion of its 28 casinos and race track operations into a real estate investment trust.

  • Intellectual Property counsel to Station Casinos and its affiliate Ultimate Gaming, in connection with the launch of the country's first legal online poker site, Ultimate Poker.

  • Representing WMS Industries, in its proposed sale to and merger with Scientific Games Corporation. We have advised WMS in applicable licensing criteria and assisted in obtaining regulatory approvals for its merger with Scientific Games Corporation in 58 countries and over 100 state and tribal regulatory jurisdictions in the US.

  • Serve as Nevada counsel to Caesars Entertainment in connection with $185 million financing to renovate the 199-room Bill's Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, into a "lifestyle" gaming hotel and casino featuring a 65,000-square-foot rooftop pool and dayclub/nightclub. Negotiate transaction documents for such rooftop pool and dayclub/nightclub.

  • Represented Resorts Entertainment in the negotiations of an operation and management agreement with Mohegan Gaming Advisors for the Resorts Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

  • Assist Caesars Entertainment Corporation affiliate with deed in lieu of condemnation transaction in Hammond, Indiana.

  • Brownstein's Entertainment and Defamation Litigation Team won a $19-million judgment for Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn in a defamation lawsuit against "Girls Gone Wild" creator Joe Francis. Brownstein's team proved that in today's digital world where stories, comments and images live online forever, the false and defamatory statements about Wynn could continue to damage Wynn's reputation and undermine his businesses in the highly regulated gaming industry. The Los Angeles jury originally awarded Wynn $20 million in damages for harm to Wynn's reputation and mental anguish and an additional $20 million in punitive damages because the jury found Francis' conduct to be intentional and despicable. After the verdict, the court granted Brownstein's request for an injunction to permanently prohibit Francis from repeating these false accusations. Recently, the judge adjusted the compensatory damages to $19 million, an amount Wynn "is very happy with."

  • Served as real estate and corporate counsel to Wynn Las Vegas, LLC in connection with the termination of its credit facility, the related release of liens on its assets and the distribution to its parent company all of the equity interests in Wynn Golf, LLC.

  • On behalf of a gaming company, negotiated a 10 year lease for a tavern space.

  • Assisted affiliate of Caesars Entertainment with disposition of real estate located in Bossier City, Louisiana.

  • Served as Nevada corporate and gaming counsel to Aristocrat Leisure Limited and its Nevada subsidiaries, including Aristocrat Technologies, Inc., as borrowers and/or as guarantors, under a new multicurrency credit facility and group guarantee.

  • Represented the buyer in connection with the purchase of 50 percent of the stock of a corporation with a gaming license.

  • Assisted Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas as Nevada corporate, real estate and gaming counsel in connection with a credit facility, including term loans and revolving loans, with Affinity Gaming, LLC (formerly Herbst Gaming, LLC), as borrower.

  • Represented bwin party digital entertainment plc in the California online poker services agreement with United Auburn Indian Community.

  • Represented Riviera Holdings Corporation, a Las Vegas casino operator, in negotiating the terms of the $76 million sale of its Riviera Black Hawk casino in Colorado to an affiliate of Monarch Casino & Resort, Inc. The transaction was structured as a sale of 100 percent of the common stock of the Riviera subsidiary operating the Black Hawk casino.

  • Assisted Ameristar Casinos, Inc. and its Nevada subsidiaries as special Nevada counsel and gaming counsel in connection with the private placement of $240,000,000 aggregate principal amount of 7.50% Senior Notes due 2021.

  • Acted as Nevada gaming and corporate counsel to Fertitta Entertainment LLC and certain of its subsidiaries, and issued a legal opinion in connection with a secured revolving credit facility.

  • Assisted Landry's, Inc. and certain of its subsidiaries as Nevada corporate and gaming counsel, and issued opinions to the agents and lenders, in connection with a new $1,200,000,000 term and revolving loan facility. Brownstein also assisted with the issue and sale of $425,000,000 of Landry's 9.375% Senior Notes due 2020.

  • Served as special counsel and issued local Nevada counsel opinion letter and Exhibit 5 opinion in connection with offer and sale of $325,000,000 principal amount of 7.75% Senior Subordinated Notes due 2022.

  • Served as special Nevada counsel to Tropicana Entertainment, Inc. and its subsidiaries and issued a legal opinion in connection with the refinancing of the company's existing term and revolving credit facilities.

  • Served as Nevada corporate, real estate and gaming counsel to Wynn Las Vegas, LLC and its subsidiaries, in connection with the issuance and sale of $900,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the 5.375% first mortgage notes due 2022 by Wynn Las Vegas, LLC and Wynn Las Vegas Capital Corp. and the concurrent amendment of the Wynn Las Vegas credit facility to permit such issuance and sale.

  • Assisted gaming and hospitality company with sale of 298 acres of vacant land in Bossier City, Louisiana.

  • Served as Nevada corporate, gaming and real estate counsel to the lenders to Fiesta Palms, LLC, in connection with their acquisition and financing of the entities that own, and the assets and real estate that comprise, the Palms Hotel & Casino and Palms Place.

  • Represented a subsidiary of Caesars Entertainment in its sale of 10.89 acres of vacant land in Hammond, Indiana.

  • Represented Barden Nevada Gaming, LLC in the $18,000,000 sale, representing 100% of the equity, of the Fitzgerald's Casino and Hotel in Las Vegas.

  • Assisted Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: PNK), a casino operator, in conducting a value-for-value option exchange program where eligible employees could exchange certain 'underwater' options to purchase common stock for new options covering a lesser number of shares of common stock. The exchange offer expired in September 2011 and achieved 100% participation.

  • Assisted Caesars Entertainment with the transfer of various land parcels to a new subsidiary and addition of the property as collateral for a $450 million construction loan for Project Linq.

  • Served as counsel to Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc., as borrower in a $410,000,000 syndicated revolving credit facility in connection with a Fourth Amended and Restated Credit Agreement, with Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith and J.P. Morgan Securities LLC as Joint Lead Arrangers, and Barclays Bank PLC, as Administrative Agent.

  • Assisted Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: PNK), a casino operator, in registering a unique ongoing public offering of shares of common stock to customers under a customer loyalty program. The Securities and Exchange Commission declared the offering's registration statement on Form S-3 effective in July 2011. Brownstein believes this offering is only the second such registered offering becoming effective.

  • Represented a subsidiary of Caesars Entertainment in its sale of 1.3 acres of vacant land in Bossier City, Louisiana.

  • Served as Nevada gaming, corporate, real estate and intellectual property counsel in connection with Station Casinos, Inc. and its operating subsidiaries' emergence from bankruptcy. Brownstein also handled the restructuring, including both asset and equity transfers and new organizational documents with the new owners, and new or amended credit facilities.

  • Negotiated a lease on behalf of Wynn Resorts for the high-end retailer, Hermès, in its Encore Retail Promenade in Las Vegas.

  • Served as lead counsel to Treasure Island, LLC in connection with the refinancing of its existing credit facility.

  • Served as Nevada corporate, real estate and gaming counsel to Caesars Entertainment Operating Company, Inc. and its subsidiaries in connection with the amendment to its senior secured credit agreements and extension of the maturity date of approximately $800 million in loans from 2015 to 2018.

  • Served as Nevada counsel to Caesars Octavius, LLC and Caesars Ling, LLC with respect to a new $450 million credit facility to be used to complete the construction of the Octavius Tower at Caesars Palace and to develop a retail, dining and entertainment project between the Imperial Palace and Flamingo properties.

  • Represented and advised the special transaction committee of the Board of Directors of Ameristar Casinos, Inc., in connection with the repurchase of shares from the company's largest shareholder.

  • Served as local counsel to Ameristar Casinos and its subsidiaries and issued opinions in connection with tender offer for notes, notes offering and senior secured credit facility.

  • Represented a hotel property owner when an employee was wrongly accused of certain bad actions which were posted on an anonymous website. This accusation urged web users to boycott Brownstein's client's properties. The firm was successful in shutting down the defamatory website.

  • Negotiated a complex trademark settlement and consent agreement between the City of Las Vegas and Boyd Gaming Corporation regarding the use of the famous Fremont mark in connection with the City's downtown redevelopment district.

  • Represented AMG Entertainment, LLC in their merger with and financing related to a significant night club, restaurant and entertainment company with primary operations in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • Prepared Caesars Entertainment's retail lease form for use across its national hotel and casino network.

  • Served as counsel to the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino in negotiation of the intellectual property and other rights necessary to develop a Margaritaville-themed gaming area at the Flamingo. This area is approximately 15,000 square feet and includes 22 table games and 220 slot machines.

  • Assisted hospitality client with the acquisition of office and warehouse buildings in Las Vegas.

  • On behalf of several different casino and hotel owners for a variety of large projects throughout Las Vegas, performed transactional risk assessment and mitigation recommendations; handled all aspects of permitting; advised regarding environmental issues; made recommendations regarding on-site and off-site renewable and alternative energy facilities and power purchases; handled regulatory and all matters related to LEED Certification.

  • Represented casino hotels and resorts in various disputes with lessees and in eviction proceedings.

  • Represent an international asset management firm in obtaining regulatory approval in 38 states for the company to beneficially hold shares in 10 publicly-traded gaming companies. These approvals, which included applications for certification as an institutional investor in casinos, gaming manufacturers, gaming distributors and gaming suppliers, enabled the company and its affiliates and subsidiaries to passively invest in publicly-traded gaming companies.

  • Represent Tropicana Entertainment Inc. in all Nevada gaming licensure and regulatory matters. Brownstein handles amendments to Tropicana's order of registration and the preparing and filing of gaming license applications, as well as assists gaming compliance personnel with ongoing regulatory issues.

  • Served as local Nevada counsel in connection with Harrah's Entertainment Inc.'s (now Caesars Entertainment Corporation) restructuring of its multi-billion dollar CMBS debt.

  • Served as Nevada corporate, real estate and gaming counsel to Wynn Resorts, Limited and issued opinions in connection with a $1.3 billion first mortgage notes offering.

  • Defended a major gaming industry cash access supplier in a $900 million antitrust litigation case brought by former executives.

  • Acted as Nevada counsel to SC Michigan, LLC, a subsidiary of Station Casinos, and issued the Nevada law opinion in connection with the financing of the construction of the Gun Lake Gaming Tribal project.

  • Served as Nevada counsel to Aristocrat Leisure Limited in connection with the third variation deed amending and restating a credit facility and group guarantee.

  • Represented Icahn Enterprises and Carl Icahn in obtaining regulatory approval in Nevada, New Jersey, Louisiana, Mississippi and Indiana to become the majority shareholder and controlling beneficial owner of Tropicana Entertainment Inc. These approvals, which included findings of suitability for 10 Icahn principals and 15 Icahn subsidiaries, enabled Tropicana Entertainment to emerge from bankruptcy.

  • Served as local gaming, corporate and real estate counsel to Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. in connection with a $750 million second lien notes tack-on and issued Nevada counsel opinions.

  • Represented Global Cash Access, Inc. in connection with its acquisition of Western Money Systems, a manufacturer and distributor of redemption kiosk devices to more than 200 casinos nationwide. Brownstein handled the corporate due diligence materials, drafted and negotiated the stock purchase agreement. The firm handled the gaming and licensing process for Global Cash Access in more than 20 states and 60 Native American tribal nations.

  • Acted as Nevada counsel to gaming company in an exchange offer of first mortgage notes and amendment to a credit facility to permit the exchange offer.

  • Represented Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. in the sale of Bill's Lake Tahoe Resort in Nevada.

  • Served as Nevada corporate and gaming counsel to Harrah's Entertainment Inc. in connection with its $654 million acquisition of Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, and the subsequent modification of its credit facility.

  • Served as local counsel to Landry's Restaurants, Inc. in connection with Golden Nugget, Inc.'s amendments to its 1st and 2nd lien credit agreements, including certain covenants and restrictions. The Firm issued corporate and gaming opinions to the administrative agent for the lender, as to Golden Nugget, Inc. and its Nevada subsidiaries.

  • Represented a corporation holding a large number of trademarks and domain names in a variety of actions seeking recovery of infringing domain names and damages for trademark infringement.

  • Represented Tropicana Atlantic City Corp. in its online services agreement with Gamesys Limited.

  • Advised a publicly-traded gaming client on self-correcting distribution errors from its nonqualified deferred compensation plan utilizing the IRS' 409A Correction Program as described in IRS Notice 2008-113.

  • Assisted in the successful defense of Shuffle Master, Inc. in the alleged violation of an option agreement seeking damages in excess of $14 million.

  • The Firm served as temporary in-house counsel to Global Cash Access, a provider of cash access products to the gaming industry. Brownstein assists with day-to-day business and contracts.

  • Represented Treasure Island, LLC in connection with refinancing its acquisition financing for the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino.

  • Served as Nevada counsel to Ruffin Acquisition, LLC in connection with its $775 million acquisition of Treasure Island, LLC, owner of the Treasure Island Resort on the Las Vegas strip.

  • Represented Station Casinos in a dispute over unauthorized third-party use of the trade dress and trademarks used in their distinctive Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa striped design.

  • Served as local Nevada counsel for Harrah's Entertainment in connection with an exchange offer related to the existing notes issued by Harrah's Operating Company, Inc. in order to reduce its total debt burden.

  • The Firm successfully defended the largest casino in Colorado in various employment suits including two that resulted in week-long trials. In the first, a jury returned a complete defense verdict against a former employee who alleged his termination was both discrimination because of his marriage to a co-worker and retaliation for his wife filing a complaint with OSHA. In the second trial, the judge entered a complete defense verdict after the plaintiff presented his case alleging the casino reassigned him to part-time status in violation of the ADA.

  • Represented Progressive Gaming International Corporation as local counsel in connection with its sale of assets, stock, warrants and notes to IGT, a gaming machine manufacturer.

  • Represented Icahn Associates Corp. in the $1.3 billion sale of its membership interests in American Casino and Entertainment Properties LLC, owner of the Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas and other gaming properties. The sale was to ACEP Holdings, LLC, an Affiliate of Whitehall Street Global Real Estate Limited Partnership 2007, the affiliated private equity group of Goldman Sachs.

  • Represented Station Casinos in its acquisition of real estate.

  • Served as Nevada counsel with respect to PITG Gaming Investor Holdings, LLC and Jurat Holdings, LLC preconstruction financing.

  • Served as Nevada counsel with respect to Station Casinos, Inc.'s $8 billion going private transaction, including the various related layers of financing: CMBS financing, revolver financing and mezzanine financings.

  • Served as Nevada counsel to Wynn Resorts on its refinancing including a mortgage notes tack-on and a credit agreement amendment.

  • Represented CIM Group in the acquisition of Lady Luck Casino, a $150 million casino and hotel business in Las Vegas.

  • Defended providers of public accommodations and services against claims brought pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Represented Gordon Gaming Corporation in the $345 million sale of the Sahara Hotel & Casino.

  • Represented the Fitzgerald's Hotel & Casino in its financing.

  • Represented Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc. in the negotiation of a casino lease at Four Seasons, Great Exuma in the Bahamas.

  • Represented Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc. in the acquisition of 1.5 acres of vacant land in Central City, a gaming community in the mountains outside of Denver.

  • Handled the construction financing for various hotels including Hooters Casino Hotel and the Cannery Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

  • Won a summary judgment while defending an antitrust action in the gaming industry.

  • Obtaining for certain gaming and lodging companies the ability for their operating companies to spin off, tax free, their real estate holdings.

  • Represented a client in the acquisition and transfer of real property comprising Twain Road to Clark County.

  • Representing Wynn Las Vegas in a multimillion dollar collection action spanning across several states.

  • Counsel to PCL Construction Services in contract formation, design and construction claims and disputes related to the Black Hawk Casino by Hyatt Project.

Meet The Team

Frank A. Schreck Shareholder T 702.382.2101 fschreck@bhfs.com
Mitchell J. Langberg Shareholder T 310.500.4631 mlangberg@bhfs.com
Paul M. O'Gara Shareholder T 609.241.0174 pogara@bhfs.com
David R. Arrajj Shareholder T 702.464.7053 darrajj@bhfs.com
Pacifico S. Agnellini Shareholder T 609.241.0188 pagnellini@bhfs.com
Jennifer Carleton Shareholder T 702.464.7086 jcarleton@bhfs.com
Erin Elliott Associate T 702.464.7016 eelliott@bhfs.com
Matthew D. Francis Shareholder T 775.324.4100 mfrancis@bhfs.com
Erin Lewis Shareholder T 702.464.7087 elewis@bhfs.com
Rebecca L. Miltenberger Shareholder T 702.464.7052 rmiltenberger@bhfs.com
Christine A. Samsel Shareholder T 303.223.1133 csamsel@bhfs.com
Elizabeth D. Paulsen Shareholder T 303.223.1187 epaulsen@bhfs.com
Ellen Schulhofer Shareholder T 702.464.7059 eschulhofer@bhfs.com
Michael D. Rounds Shareholder T 775.398.3800 mrounds@bhfs.com
Sonia Church Vermeys Of Counsel T 702.464.7066 svermeys@bhfs.com