Law360, New York (April 22, 2015, 2:15 PM EDT) -- When states and Native American tribes meet to hash out the terms of a gaming compact, everything from revenue-sharing demands to long-standing issues over fishing rights between the sovereign parties can threaten to derail negotiations.
Whether it's negotiating a new compact from scratch or wrangling a renewal or amendment of an existing deal, these six strategies can help ensure a relatively smooth negotiation conference, experts say.
Here, seasoned attorneys offer five tips to help keep the talks on track.
Start Talks at Least a Year in Advance
Kick-starting talks at least a year before an existing compact is about to expire...
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