Graydon Dean Luthey, Jr., attorney for Hall, Estill, Hardwick, Gable, Golden & Nelson, P.C., recently spoke at the annual conference of the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association addressing current legal issues in Oklahoma Gaming. Specifically, Luthey spoke on the drafting process of regulations on technical standards, minimum internal control standards and classification standards for Class II gaming.
Luthey has been with Hall Estill since 1992 and is an adjunct full professor of law at The University of Tulsa. In addition to Indian Law and Gaming Regulations, his practice areas include Corporate/Commercial Litigation, International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, Administrative Law, and Appellate Practice.
Founded in 1929, Hall Estill has offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Washington, D.C. and Northwest Arkansas.