Renowned gaming attorney responsible for shaping the Las Vegas gaming industry. More than 40 years representing the nation’s most respected public and private gaming entities. Former Nevada Gaming Commissioner.
Frank Schreck is one of the nation’s most distinguished gaming law attorneys. Drawing on more than four decades of experience working with the world’s leading gaming companies, he has been integral to the evolution and expansion of the gaming industry into what it is today. Frank’s work focuses on licensing matters and all other aspects of regulatory compliance. Working with noteworthy clients—Apollo Management, Scientific Games Corporation, Blackstone Real Estate Advisors, Wynn Resorts Ltd., and Caesars Entertainment, to name a few—he is known for his investigatory perspective and for getting gaming deals done by navigating complicated regulations, financial requirements and other challenges that arise. Frank is co-chair of Brownstein’s Gaming Law group.
Frank’s gaming work extends far beyond representing his client’s interests in Las Vegas. He is a pioneer in the licensing of companies involved in multijurisdictional transactions. Beginning in 2006 with his representation of Apollo Global Management and TPG in the purchase of Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc., Frank has utilized the “VoteCo” licensing structure he created to assist public companies, large financial institutions and private equity firms in numerous multijurisdictional projects throughout the U.S. and internationally. His gaming law work extends to Japan, Macau, Puerto Rico, Spain, Australia and Great Britain.
A pivotal player in shaping Nevada’s gaming regulations, Frank is a former member of the Nevada Gaming Commission—in fact, he is the youngest member ever appointed in its history. He also served in leadership roles at the International Association of Gaming Attorneys, including as president and chairman of its annual conference.