When it became clear that billionaire Carl Icahn would be interested in selling his Trump Taj Mahal Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, Greenberg Traurig’s client Hard Rock International quickly reached out.

Orlando-based Hard Rock International, acquired by the Seminole Tribe of Florida 10 years ago for a reported $965 million, had been looking for opportunities in Atlantic City for years. But with multiple casinos in that area having closed in recent years due to increased competition from new gambling destinations elsewhere, an Atlantic City deal had to be just right.

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