What We Do

Gaming Law

Well before Macau’s gaming boom started taking place, C&C Lawyers was already the adviser of one of the biggest gaming concessionaires. Our long experience in the field makes us stand out in the market, as we have been involved in several projects in the region.

We offer legal advice on the full range of gaming issues, including general advice for casino operations; compliance and regulatory advice for gaming concession holders, casino operators and gaming promoters, including anti-money laundering and terrorism financing requirements. We also assist with major project and infrastructure financing, including business formation, capital structure, shareholder agreements and security packages. In close relationship with the clients, we advise on gaming technology issues; negotiating, drafting and reviewing casino management, services and development agreements and advising ongoing projects. We also practice due diligence investigations concerning employees, vendors, gaming promoters, junket operators, investors and major financings; advise on gaming tax issues, including direct and indirect taxation and premiums; employment and work permits issues and also on gaming credit enforceability issues and litigation.

From licensing and regulatory work to advice in corporate and finance, intellectual property, employment, tax, real estate and litigation claims, we advise local and international clients – whether they are gaming operators or stakeholders, gaming suppliers, manufacturers or promoters, resort developers or investment banks in all their legal needs.

Gaming Law News and Media

September 16,2021 -

Public Consultation on the Amendment to Macau’s Gaming Law (Law 16/2001)

The Macau government has just launched a public consultation on a proposed amendment to the current gaming law, ahead of Macau's existing three gaming concessions (SJM, Wynn and Ga...

December 19,2018 -

Macau Legal Matters (IAG)

What is the future of the industry that makes Macau the gambling capital of the world? What model do we want for future decades? Is the continuation of today’s model justified? How...