Jeremy P. Kleiman


18 Columbia Turnpike, Suite 200
Florham Park, NJ 07932
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Jeremy Kleiman focuses his practice on gaming, regulatory and business law, representing casino operators, gaming equipment suppliers, technology providers and financial institutions involved in the gaming and lottery industries.  He specializes in gaming-related corporate, regulatory, licensing and compliance matters, with an emphasis on the online and mobile gaming industry.

Prior to rejoining the firm, Jeremy served as Executive Vice President, Regulatory & Business Affairs for Coastal Development, LLC, a developer, investor and operator in casino resorts and racetracks.  In that role, he was responsible for the company’s legal affairs, government relations and compliance functions, as well as sourcing, negotiating and executing on a number of business transactions.  Jeremy’s background and experience on the business side of the gaming industry uniquely positions him to counsel and advise clients on transactional and regulatory matters while understanding the clients’ business objectives.

Jeremy had previously been a member of the Firm and head of its Gaming Law Practice Group prior to his time at Coastal Development.  He advised financial institutions, gaming equipment manufacturers, lottery providers and casino operators on all matters related to licensing, compliance and other regulatory matters.

Jeremy is a past Chair of the Casino Law Section of the New Jersey Bar Association and is a member of the International Association of Gaming Advisors and the International Masters of Gaming Law. He is a frequent panelist at gaming industry conferences.


10/23-25/16 - Panelist at the Autumn Conference of the International Maters of Gaming Law in Dublin, Ireland.

Intellectual Property Considerations for Entering Online Gaming Markets

Because the scope of patent protections in the US for game features differ from European protections, companies entering the US iGaming market face unique issues. Likewise, US content providers must understand the limited IP protections available in Europe. This panel will discuss:

IP protections in the US, the scope of patent protections on game features that are available to game developers in the US that are not available in the rest of the world;

- How European content providers work with US companies in obtaining IP licenses
- How the process of “clearing” content differs between European and US markets
- Additional considerations in evaluating what content an operator utilizes, and types of indemnities from game developers
- Brand licensing and related IP rights

Moderator:  Jeremy Kleiman, Member, Saiber LLC
Jon Fallon, SVP and General Counsel at High 5 Games
Kaisa Patsalides, Olswang
Joe Borg, Senior Adviser, WH Partners
John Cahir, Partner, A&L Goodbody
Bill Gantz, Partner, Dentons US LLP

Presenter:  "Opportunities and Challenges: Gaming Expansion in New York and the Northeast" at the Albany Law School - The Saratoga Institute for Equine, Racing & Gaming Law in Albany, New York - August 10, 2016

Moderator:  “Is Grey the New White: Impact of New Jersey’s Policy Statement on ‘Grey markets’ and What it means for Other Jurisdictions” IAGA/GREF International Gaming Summit held May 31 – June 2, 2016 at the Westin Dragonara Resort, St. Julian’s, Malta

Panelist:  “Lotteries: What Does the Future Hold?” IAGA/GREF International Gaming Summit held May 31 – June 2 at the Westin Dragonara Resort, St. Julian’s, Malta

Moderator:  “Designing for Millenial Customer Loyalty” Global Gaming Expo held Sept. 29 – Oct. 1, 2015 at Sands Convention Center and Expo, Las Vegas, Nevada