Tim Lowry provides legal and strategic advice to domestic and multinational clients in the gaming, entertainment and hospitality industries who draw on his experience in complex commercial transactions, general litigation, real estate acquisitions and financing, privatization and concession agreements, and general corporate M&A work. Tim is a member of DLA Piper’s Global Media, Sports and Entertainment sector, where he also assists professional sport franchises, content providers and brands.

Tim regularly represents state agencies and government units, real estate equity sponsors and funds, publicly-traded companies, energy generation companies, casino- and lottery-operating companies and high-net-worth investors. Aside from this corporate transactional practice, Tim counsels his clients in such specific subject matters as regulatory compliance, sweepstakes and marketing promotions, money service businesses, credit card and electronic payment processing, and the convergence between brick-and-mortar real estate development and Internet platforms in the gaming and lottery sector.

Tim has worked on a number of cross-border transactions, including projects in Canada, the Bahamas, Mexico, the Philippines and the United Kingdom. Before joining DLA Piper, he was corporate counsel to a multinational casino operator, maintaining  key licenses in a number of jurisdictions and managing legal, regulatory and governance matters.