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Cory Aronovitz

203 N LaSalle St, Suite 2100
Chicago, Illinois

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Cory Aronovitz, is the founder of Casino Law Group. CLG has over 25 years of experience in highly regulated industries including gaming, liquor and cannabis. CLG is also responsible for introducing electronic sweepstakes devices to Illinois. Cory also represents professional athletes and is a Certified NBA Agent. CLG appears before regulatory agencies related to licensing and game approvals, litigation on behalf of the casino industry and provides creative solutions to client needs. With over 25 years experience in all areas of gaming, Casino Law Group can assist in any manner. CLG currently concentrates in the following areas: Lottery. Video Gaming Terminals. Sports Wagering. Sweepstakes. Business formation, application, regulatory actions and litigation. Casino Law Group provides advice and counsel to those looking to enter the legal cannabis market and can assist in all aspects of this emerging industry. Casino Law Group offers general legal advice for professional athletes including asset protection, charitable foundations, marketing/promotional and endorsement opportunities including appearances.

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A Sigh of Relief as Illinois Gambling Expansion Passes Hurdle

Ever since this year’s historic gambling expansion bill passed, there have been concerns about whether state regulators will be able to meet important deadlines related to the bill. These concerns have been somewhat addressed now that a group has been hired to conduct a feasibility study relating to... […]

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What's Happening with Illinois Sports Betting?

One problem with legalizing sports betting is the stigma against gambling. Overcoming this hurdle is a crucial step in legalizing sports gambling at the state level, which many states are pursuing in light of a recent Supreme Court decision. Expansion of Legalized Gambling The U.S. Supreme Cou... […]

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All States Could Soon Legalize Gambling

Thanks to a recent SCOTUS decision, all states are now free to pursue legalizing gambling. But how long does that process take? What needs to be done? This legal brief features attorney Cory Aronovitz. Video Transcript: I’m Les... […]

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A Sigh of Relief as Illinois Gambling Expansion Passes Hurdle

A Sigh of Relief as Illinois Gambling Expansion Passes Hurdle

Ever since this year’s historic gambling expansion bill passed, there have been concerns about whether state regulators will be able to meet important deadlines related to the bill. These concerns have been somewhat addressed now that a group has been hired to conduct a feasibility study relating to the construction of a casino in downtown Chicago. The Illinois Gaming Board announced the hiring of Union Gaming Analytics of Las Vegas in early July. Three groups placed bids for the study, but the other two failed to meet filing deadlines. Cory Aronovitz, a gaming attorney with Casino Law Group in Chicago, said that the board has a history of making sound decisions. “This board, in partic... […]

What's Happening with Illinois Sports Betting?

What's Happening with Illinois Sports Betting?

One problem with legalizing sports betting is the stigma against gambling. Overcoming this hurdle is a crucial step in legalizing sports gambling at the state level, which many states are pursuing in light of a recent Supreme Court decision. Expansion of Legalized Gambling The U.S. Supreme Court made it relatively clear: legalized sports betting is okay. States would simply have to pursue the correct licenses and then rule in favor of supporting everything from the casino to the horse race track. And it should be an easy sell—after all, legalized sports betting is already a hefty revenue channel. The governor of Illinois is expecting more than $200 million in sports betting revenue.... […]

All States Could Soon Legalize Gambling

All States Could Soon Legalize Gambling

Thanks to a recent SCOTUS decision, all states are now free to pursue legalizing gambling. But how long does that process take? What needs to be done? This legal brief features attorney Cory Aronovitz. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKv02eF8C6c&feature=youtu.be Video Transcript: I’m Leslie Rhode, and this is an AskTheLawyers.com legal brief. In May 2018, the Supreme Court declared the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act unconstitutional, opening the floodgates for legalization of sports betting at the state level. Several states are now pushing legislation to take advantage of the economic benefits of sports betting. In Illinois, House Bill 3308 is making its wa... […]