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Cache Creek Casino, Howard Dickstein, James Brosnahan, Jeannine English, Joe Dunn, Judy Johnson, Morrison & Foerster, Richard Blum -- Regent of the University of California; Husband of California Senator Dianne Fienstein, Station Casinos, Thomas Girardi, Thunder Valley Casino, Tony West, United Auburn Indian Community, United States Arizona Senator John McCain, Voice of OC

Morrison & Foerster Advises Boyd Gaming on $1.45 Billion Casino Buy (TLR Note: MoFo – Girardi Connection ; Station Casinos Behind Many of Howard Dickstein’s Indian Gambling Clients in California ; Educated Guess — Judy Johnson, The Nisperoses, and Ronald

Morrison & Foerster is advising Boyd on the transaction with a team that includes corporate partner Brandon Parris, financial transactions partner Kathryn Johnstone, tax partners Stephen Feldman and Remmelt Reigersman, executive compensation partner Michael Frank, employment partner Eric Akira Tate, real estate partner Peter Aitelli, technology transactions partner Paul Jahn and antitrust partner Jeff Jaeckel. The firm previously represented the company on its unsuccessful bid for assets owned by the bankrupt Las Vegas–based Station Casinos.

Brian Larson serves as general counsel for Boyd, which also owns half of the Borgata Hotel Casino in Atlantic City. The company’s executive chairman, William Boyd, is a lawyer who cofounded the company in 1974 with his father. Thomas Girardi, a founding partner of Los Angeles–based Girardi & Keese, serves on the Boyd board.

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