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Counsel, Regional Operations Duties: Assist the SVP and Chief Counsel, Operations with providing day-to-day legal advice and guidance to the property management teams for the properties located in northern and southern Nevada, including matters and questions concerning: Contract preparation, negotiation and interpretation Patron disputes and gaming administrative/disciplinary matters Gaming and non-gaming collections matters Preparation of company policies and procedures Corporate communications and press release review and comment Local land use permits and approvals General legal advice concerning federal, state and local laws applicable to day-to-day operations (i.e., ADA, OSHA, NV Live Entertainment Tax, etc.). will provide best-in-class legal services efficiently and in a timely and a cost-effective manner to achieve desired business objectives within the framework of the Companyâ€™s compliance, regulatory and code of commitment obligations. acts as the propertiesâ€™ primary point of contact with the Law Department to connect operators with other divisions of the Law Dept. (i.e., Labor & Employment, Litigation, Development, etc.) as needed. will also manage outside counsel working on projects for the properties on an as-needed basis. Will be a champion the Law Dept.â€™s commitment to honesty, integrity, and responsible corporate behavior. Support the Law Dept.â€™s culture of compliance, projecting it to the properties and other departments throughout the company. Assist and advise in all manner of contracts involving the properties including contract negotiation and subsequent interpretation of services contracts, purchases of goods, venue license agreements, site licenses, sales and convention contracts, etc. Assist property operators in managing third party contractual relationships, including required notices and dispute resolution. Provide advice to propertyâ€™s various operations teams (Security, Hotel, Casino Operations, Risk Management) to mitigate risks, preserve evidence and conduct investigations Interpret and advise property operators with respect to applicable Federal, State and County laws and regulations including Nevada Gaming Control Act, Regulations of the Nevada Gaming Commission, Nevada in-keeper statutes, Nevada LET, ADA, OSHA, etc. Evaluate issues and concerns and retain and manage the appropriate outside counsel, subject matter experts on an as-needed basis. Manage gaming patron disputes including possible representation in front of the Nevada Gaming Control Board Research, review and respond to inquiries made to properties by gaming regulatory agencies, act as liaison with gaming regulators, and assist properties in their efforts to respond to requests for information and inquiries by gaming regulators. Assist with non-ordinary course gaming and non-gaming collections litigation concerning debts owed to the Nevada properties. Provide Nevada operations perspective to other divisions of the Law Dept. and departments of the company for regional or enterprise-wide initiatives, including enterprise-wide transactions or proposed new legislation. Assist with various Entertainment development projects affecting the Nevada properties. Assist Litigation Division of the Law Dept. on cases affecting the Nevada properties. Assist the Development Division of the Law Dept. on due diligence and other requests in the context of various development projects Assist with the preparation of various company policies and procedures with a view toward ethical conduct, legal and corporate compliance, efficiency and limiting liability. Review and comment on various public disclosures and press releases involving the Nevada properties. Assist in preparing the Operations Division budget.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. 10+ years of experience as an attorney, some of which with a major law firm. Member in good standing with a state Bar, Nevada preferred (but not required). Exceptional academic credentials. Experience in transactional work, land use, licensing, and/or gaming preferred (but not required). Experience as in-house legal counsel preferred. Simultaneously manage, prioritize and follow up on numerous projects. Issue spot and independently make reasoned and well-informed decisions quickly, including when matters should be escalated or outside counsel consulted, while still working as part of a team. Interpret federal, state and local statutes, rules, and regulations. Critically analyze information and requests from business leads and provide advice in a clear, user-friendly format. Critically analyze problems, situations, and procedures from an operational perspective, identify any relevant concerns, and formulate or provide input for solutions. Propose alternative solutions for achieving desired business objectives when appropriate. Manage outside counsel and critically consume legal advice provided Excellent interpersonal, communication, drafting and negotiation skills. Detail oriented and organized. Enjoyable to work with. Ability to work in a dynamic, fast paced, metric-driven environment and adapt quickly to changing priorities. Ability to uphold and demonstrate the highest level of integrity in all situations and recognize standards required by a regulated business.
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