Duluth Gaming & Alcohol Lawyer, Minnesota


Includes: Alcoholic Beverages, Casinos, Lotteries

David Colwell Pritchett

Commercial Real Estate, Electronic Commerce, Wills, Banking & Finance
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  33 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Erickson v. RED LAKE GAMING ENTERPRISES, INC.

In March 2010, the Commission learned that gross misdemeanor criminal charges had been brought against Erickson based on an incident in 2008. The Commission immediately suspended Erickson's license and notified Enterprises of this action. Because Erickson had been on ...

SHAKOPEE MDEWAKANTON SIOUX (DAKOTA) GAMING ENTERPRISE v. Prescott

After conducting hearings in May and June 1994, the commission issued an order affirming the suspension of Prescott's temporary license and denying his application for a permanent license. Prescott appealed the commission's decision to the tribal court (licensing case), ...

NORTHBIRD v. LEECH LAKE TRIBAL COUNCIL GAMING DIVISION

Relator Brian L. Northbird was employed as a mechanical engineer by respondent Leech Lake Tribal Council Gaming Division. When relator arrived at work one night, he saw a drawing on his supervisor's desk that depicted relator sitting in a chair and a coworker standing over ...