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Hoenig steps down as NIGC general counsel

| By Robert Fletcher
The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) has announced the departure of Michael Hoenig as its general counsel.

Hoenig’s departure will take effect on 27 January.

Hoenig joined NIGC in 2006 and served in a number of roles, including as general counsel for the past seven years, working with tribes across the US and supporting them through the pandemic.

Prior to this, he was associate general counsel and also had a spell as senior attorney.

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