Frank Schreck, Director
Frank Schreck obtained his B.A. from Yale University in 1965 and then went on to the University of California Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctorate in 1968.
was admitted to the Nevada Bar Association
At the age of 27, Frank assisted his mentor and high school teacher Mike O'Callaghan in his upset election as Nevada's Governor.
One of O'Callaghan's first appointments upon taking office in 1971 was making Frank
the youngest member ever appointed to the Nevada Gaming Commission
Frank is also a childhood friend and a key supporter of United States Senator Harry Reid of Nevada.
Frank is a shareholder and practicing attorney at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, a Denver-based firm with offices across the Western United States and in Washington D.C. Frank is chair of the firm's gaming law group and practices primarily in gaming law, hospitality and corporate finance.
is regarded as the premier attorney in the field of gaming.
nearly 40 years of experience includes personally representing premier public and private gaming companies and financial institutions as it relates to licensing matters and all other aspects of regulatory compliance.
He has served in leadership roles at the International Association of Gaming Attorneys, including president and chairman posts at the 4th International Association of Gaming Attorneys Conference in Vienna, Austria.
In addition to representing his
clients' gaming interests in Nevada
coordinated the licensing of Apollo Management and Texas Pacific Group
in the purchase of Harrah's Entertainment, Inc.
, and Fortress Investment Group in the purchase of Penn International, Inc.
, throughout the United States.
also has participated in gaming-related matters in Japan, Macau, Puerto Rico, Spain and Great Britain.
has annually been recognized as a top gaming lawyer in numerous publications including Chambers and Partners
(U.S. & Global) and Best Lawyers