Lexington Gaming & Alcohol Lawyer, Mississippi


Includes: Alcoholic Beverages, Casinos, Lotteries

E Tucker Gore

Litigation, Admiralty & Maritime, Criminal, Personal Injury
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  32 Years

C Mike Quick

Corporate, Freedom of Information, Energy, Public Utilities
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  44 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Ameristar Casino Vicksburg, Inc. v. Duckworth

... Before WALLER, PJ, DICKINSON and RANDOLPH, JJ. DICKINSON, Justice, for the Court. ¶ 1. The lawsuit underlying this appeal addresses the Mississippi Gaming Commission's ("MGC") jurisdiction to resolve a dispute arising from a casino's promotional drawing. ...

MISSISSIPPI GAMING COM'N v. Simon

¶ 1. This appeal arises out of the Mississippi Gaming Commission's denial of Edward Simon's work permit application. After the Commission denied the application, Simon appealed to the Tunica County Circuit Court, which reversed and found that the Commission's denial was ...

Moore v. Mississippi Gaming Com'n

¶ 5. The Moores owned and operated the Paradise Isle Internet Café, which provided internet access at an hourly rate and sold long-distance telephone cards. Telephone cards could be purchased using a point-of-sale register operated by an internet-café employee for a ...