Gaming Business Counsel and Indian Affairs Counsultants

Foley Quigley Law

Indian Affairs & Gaming Business Counsel

Sound Advice, Good Judgment, Quality Work

Welcome to Foley Quigley PLC. The core mission of our national gaming law and Indian affairs practice is focused on advising clients coast-to-coast with gaming law transactions and compliance matters, as well as Indian country business and regulatory issues. Our firm includes Tom Foley and Kevin Quigley, two of the most nationally prominent attorneys with gaming industry and Indian country experience, recognized by both U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in America for many years as leaders in the fields of Gaming Law and Native-American Law. With our headquarters located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, we are able to offer our services at a competitive advantage. At the same time, Tom Foley offices in the Washington DC area, providing our clients with direct access to key federal policy and law makers.  

Gaming/Casino law is complex and one of the fastest changing legal fields today. New gaming law and regulatory initiatives seem to be making headlines daily. Indian gaming law, with its many federal Indian law and policy aspects, is an even more challenging legal landscape. In assisting clients in navigating this ever shifting legal terrain, FQ Law attorneys combine their extensive gaming law expertise and business law experience to offer something unique in the gaming industry – gaming business counsel focused on providing sound advice, good judgment, and quality work

We have served as transaction and regulatory compliance counsel for a number of the leading casino management and development companies, gaming equipment vendors, state and tribal governments and their agencies in connection with matters related to federal, state and tribal gaming regulatory compliance, financing, taxation, jurisdiction, Indian lands and i-gaming issues. Our attorneys have provided professional services in connection with the financing, development, management and regulation of numerous Indian gaming projects in California, Minnesota, Michigan, New York, and Oklahoma.

Likewise, our Indian Affairs services extend beyond the traditional tribal governance practice, with FQ Law attorneys considered leaders in the development of the "New Tribal Economy” and dealing with its federal Indian law business implications. We know that business transactions, regulatory compliance and jurisdiction disputes arising in Indian country – with its many tribal regulatory, federal Indian law and policy aspects – constitute a uniquely complex and challenging legal landscape. Our depth of experience in the Indian country market helps us to serve the unique needs of clients with business opportunities in this growing service sector.

We have provided transaction advice and litigation services to tribal clients, financial institutions, public utilities and companies wanting to business with tribes with matters as diverse as tribal financing deals, right-of-way and tribal employment rights ordinances, taxation disputes, sovereign immunity waivers and business transactions, economic development initiatives, and contract/business disputes.

The depth and breadth of our knowledge of the many federal, state and tribal laws, regulations and policies affecting any gaming or Indian country business matter makes our firm the go-to choice for those looking for reasonably priced legal services when dealing with gaming industry or Indian country issues anywhere in the United States, or needing help in understanding the ever changing legal & policy landscape in these fields.


Areas of Practice

Indian Law

Public Law

Gaming Business Counsel


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