Marc Dunbar is a partner in the firm's Government Relations Practice Group. For more than a decade, Mr. Dunbar has served as counsel to a host of gaming clients. His practice focuses on gaming and governmental law, as his gaming practice is Florida’s largest, encompassing both lobbying and litigation for casinos, gaming suppliers, pari-mutuels, Native American tribes, sweepstakes and charities. He has been very active in assisting gaming companies and private equity firms in exploring and evaluating internet and social gaming opportunities. Mr. Dunbar is regularly asked to appear before legislative and administrative panels to comment on changes to Florida’s various gaming laws, as well as to provide assistance in drafting changes to Florida’s gaming rules and statutes.
Mr. Dunbar is a former Assistant General Counsel and Communications Director for the Florida Department of State. During his tenure with the Department, he was recognized for his exceptional legal work by Florida Tax Watch with a Davis Productivity Award, which honors state employees for exemplary service to Florida's taxpayers. He has been inducted into the International Masters of Gaming Law, an invitation only non-profit association of gaming attorneys, regulators, educators, executives and consultants from around the world who are dedicated to education and the exchange of professional information concerning all aspects of gaming law.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Marc Dunbar