Dan M. McDaniel Jr. has more than 20 years' experience representing domestic and international gaming clients, including casinos, manufacturers, distributors, lessors, shareholders, officers, directors, key employees and others. Mr. McDaniel practices exclusively in gaming law and is the chair of Baker Donelson's Gaming Industry Service Team.
Mr. McDaniel represents clients before gaming authorities with regard to licensing, registration, findings of suitability, transfers of ownership, work permits, patron disputes, investigations, disciplinary proceedings and other regulatory matters. Mr. McDaniel also has experience representing clients in proposed gaming legislation.
Mr. McDaniel launched his gaming law practice while at Heidelberg and Woodliff in 1991, later moving in 1996 to Phelps Dunbar, where he began that firm's gaming practice and grew it to one of the largest gaming practices in the country. In 2010, he moved to Baker Donelson to form the Firm's Gaming Industry Service Team.