Seminoles Gain Legal, Political Edge In Gaming Compact Row

Law360, New York (January 12, 2016, 8:29 PM EST) -- A Florida federal judge's recent decision not to toss a lawsuit against the state by the Seminole Tribe over its exclusive right to offer banked card games gives the tribe a leg up in its bid to keep profiting from the games, as a battle in the state Legislature over a broader, $3 billion proposed gaming deal could drag on.

The tribe can continue to offer the banked card games, including blackjack, while its suit goes forward after U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle ruled on Jan. 6 that the definition of good faith negotiation under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act...

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