Taylor Anello is a native Las Vegan who practices gaming law and civil litigation with emphasis on the areas of gaming, financial services, construction law and employment law. Taylor represents gaming institutions in a variety of regulatory and civil litigation issues. In addition, Taylor represents businesses in general contract disputes and employment related litigation in both state and federal court. Taylor has also represented various financial institutions in disputes involving title, lender liability, wrongful liens and consumer protection claims, as well as businesses, owners, developers and contractors in contract disputes and construction claims.
Santa Clara University Law SchoolB.A., Political Science, 2009
- cum laude
University of Nevada, William S. Boyd School of LawJ.D., 2012
- Best Lawyers in America®
- "Ones to Watch," Financial Services Regulation Law, 2021
- The Legal 500 United States
- "Recommended Lawyer," Real Estate – Construction, 2019
- Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
- Honor Roll 2015
- Assisted in gaming counsel representation of Crane Payment Innovations in connection with its acquisition of Cummins Allison, which provides currency and coin counting equipment to financial institutions and casinos. Crane Payment Innovations provides a full range of unattended payment solutions for gaming, retail, transportation, vending and financial services applications. The parent company, Crane Co. (NYSE: CR) started in Chicago in 1855 and produced valves, fittings, and specialty castings. Crane Co. now operates four business segments, each of which designs and manufactures highly engineered industrial products. The deal was complex, including navigating gaming regulatory issues to license the combined entity across more than 200 state, provincial, and tribal jurisdictions.
- American Bar Association
- Clark County Legal Services Family Law Clinic (2010)
- Supreme Court of Nevada
- United States District Court, District of Nevada