Lazarus Charbonneau, and its founding partner Morden C. Lazarus in particular, is synonymous with both online and conventional land-based gaming law. We are regularly consulted on gaming law and regulation, have authored and assisted in the drafting of gaming regulations in various jurisdictions, and currently represent some of the biggest brands in the US and Canadian gaming industry.

Over the years, our firm played a crucial role in defending the gaming rights of First Nations communities. We advised and provided extensive legal opinions to Aboriginal Peoples, helping them exercise their rights under Section 35(1) of the Constitution Act of Canada (1982). As internationally-respected pioneers in the field, we continue to counsel and assist all gaming professionals as the industry evolves and new challenges arise.