Dan has practiced regulatory and government relations law for more than thirty years. His clients are in the commercial gaming industry, telecommunication, energy and water utility companies and their customers, and financial services institutions.
He focuses on helping businesses with transactions, regulatory compliance and in licensing and other proceedings before administrative agencies or other government bodies. Dan also has experience in government procurement disputes, judicial review of government action, and eminent domain cases.
Dan served in the Office of the Attorney General for Nevada as Chief Deputy for the Gaming Division, where he represented the Nevada Gaming Commission and the Nevada State Gaming Board. He was Chief Counsel to the Nevada Department of Transportation. During his tenure as a deputy attorney general, Dan was counsel to the Nevada Commissions on Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Protection, and the State Departments of Agriculture, Corrections, Minerals and Wildlife.
Business and Finance
Gaming and Hospitality
Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental
Government Affairs Update | June 6, 2018
A Missed Chance: Nevada's Rejection of Adaptive Play For Skill-Based Games
Nevada Energy Choice Alert
Notable Changes to Nevada's Financial Institution Laws
The Next Evolution in Gaming Law
Other Articles and Presentations
Dan spends his leisure time on the trails and waterways of the "Range of Light" (John Muri, The Yosemite, 1912). A worn pair of Vasque boots, a red Loon 111 kayak, snowshoes and a Rockhopper mountain bike are at the ready in every season.