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Carter Ledyard Partner Steven Paul McSloy Presents at the 2020 Connecticut Legal Conference
The conference, which was sponsored by the Connecticut Bar Association and this year held virtually, had a “Hot Topics” panel on Gaming Law. Steve, a partner in Carter Ledyard’s Corporate Department and Chair of our Native American Practice Group, was a featured speaker, providing his expertise and experience in Native American Law and corporate transactions involving casinos. Steve introduced the basics of gaming law, addressed tribal gaming regulation and issues of state versus tribal jurisdiction, and spoke on gaming regulation in New York.
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Carter Ledyard client Rita Gluzman, a 71-year-old federal inmate, successfully petitioned the Southern District of New York for compassionate release after spending nearly a quarter century in federal custody.