Stephen Schrier co-chairs the firm’s Gaming practice and is chair of the firm’s Sports practice. He concentrates on complex litigation, regulatory proceedings, transactions, and advice involving all aspects of gaming and related businesses, including casino, internet, racing, social gaming, and sports betting. He has vast experience handling matters of anti-money laundering, gaming licensing, regulatory violations, compliance, employment law, restrictive covenants, insolvency proceedings, and construction law.
With over 30 years of experience at the trial and appellate levels, Stephen maintains a special emphasis on gaming law and and regulatory matters for casino and horse racing licensees, internet gaming operators and sports betting companies, as well as investors, developers, lenders, equity holders, and vendors in this industry.
Since 1990, Stephen has been an adjunct professor at Rutgers Law School, where he teaches gaming law.
Prior to entering private practice, Stephen was a deputy attorney general for the State of New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement, where he was responsible for ensuring that New Jersey gaming establishments and vendors were in compliance with state regulations during their initial license investigations and ongoing operations. He is former Chair and current Trustee of the Casino Law Section of the NJ State Bar Association, and member of the Gaming Law Committee of the PA Bar Association, as well as frequent lecturer on gaming topics nationally and internationally.