Jeremy Kolman concentrates his practice on general litigation and gaming law matters.
Jeremy advises a broad range of clients on business and contractual disputes, employment litigation, complex tort matters, gaming compliance and licensing issues. Jeremy also works regularly with gaming industry clients, including casinos, internet gaming operators, sports betting companies, gaming related vendors, and other stakeholders. He provides strategic advice on regulatory, compliance, and licensing issues across multiple jurisdictions. His practice includes guidance to U.S.-based and global executives on licensing applications for state and tribal gaming regulatory bodies.
Jeremy is actively involved in Blank Rome’s pro bono initiatives, including working to secure Social Security disability benefits for multiple individual clients with severe mental health disorders and advising on issues relating to prisoners’ rights litigation.
Before joining Blank Rome, he served as an intern to The Honorable William J. Manfredi in the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania. During law school, Jeremy was an associate editor for the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (Vol. 16), and served as a board member of The Prison Education and Advocacy Project, Penn Law’s central organization for criminal justice-related pro bono work.