Jed Nosal is a partner in Womble Bond Dickinson's Business Litigation Practice Group and focuses his practice on state regulatory oversight, investigations, compliance, and related litigation. He is regularly relied upon by his clients to navigate complex regulatory processes, government investigations, and enforcement litigation. In navigating these government processes and actions, Jed draws from over sixteen years of representing the government at the most senior levels, including as an Assistant Attorney General and Bureau Chief in the Office of the Attorney General, General Counsel to the Department of Telecommunications and Energy and Deputy Legal Counsel to the Governor. Jed advises and represents clients in all facets of the gaming regulatory process from suitability determinations through initial application and licensing including representing the Commonwealth's first resort style casino to be awarded a category 1 license in the state. Jed appears regularly before the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and provides counsel on Commission regulations and practice, litigation and compliance matters. Jed is a 1996 graduate of the New England School of Law in Boston and a 1993 graduate of Union College in Schenectady, New York.